We've got some photos from the Arby's NHRA Southern Nationals courtesy of Randy Anderson for your viewing pleasure that range from Funny Car action to the stars of NHRA serving up Arby's. Enjoy.
Austin Prock, Angelle Sampey, Brittany Force and Steve Torrence took over an Arby's in Commerce before the Friday qualifying session. You can see more from that wild afternoon on the NHRA's Twitter account.
Noted Hobbyist Racer Steve Johnson read up on the Pro Stock Motorcycle (formerly known as Pro Stock Bike) rules and regulations before hitting the track.
All the Pro Stock Motorcycle stars lined up for an autograph session at the Arby's NHRA Southern Nationals.
Paul Lee returned to Funny Car racing with his long-time sponsor McLeod on the hood. He made a half-track pull, which probably felt pretty darn good for the veteran racer.
Ron Capps rocked a new paint scheme in Georgia -- the NAPA Brakes wrap that he's run down the strip from time to time over the years.
Antron Brown wore a big smile ahead of the first qualifying session and backed it up with the second-quickest run of the group.
Steve Torrence whipped out some cash and covered a fan's meal while running the cash register at Arby's ... with supervisor Angelle Sampey keeping a watchful eye.