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Photo gallery: NHRA at the SEMA Show

NHRA has taken part in every SEMA Show since its inception in 1967, and 2019 is certainly no exception. Headquartered in Booth 10,000, the NHRA display hosted autograph sessions and a four-day live video stream that hosted racers, manufacturers, and other notables from the hot-rodding world.
07 Nov 2019
Posted by NHRA.com staff

Photos by Larry Chen

Antron Brown's Matco Tools Top Fueler, Robert Hight's Auto Club Funny Car, Erica Enders' Melling Pro Stocker, and Andrew Hines Pro Stock Motorcycle were all on display at the NHRA booth.

After Wednesday's annual NHRA SEMA Breakfast celebrating 2020's 50 Years of Pro Stock program, the participants, incuding the class' all-time wins leader, Warren Johnson, signed autographs at the NHRA booth.

Herb McCandless, who took competed in the inaugural NHRA Pro Stock season in 1970, was among the legends greeting fans.

Ctrrent-day stars Greg Anderson and Erica Enders were also among the Pro Stock royalty.

The NHRA booth was also a great place to conduct business. Brad Gerber, NHRA Vice President - Sales & Chief Development Officer, center, met with new and existing partners.

David Kennedy, NHRA's Director of Multimedia Content & Contingency Program, chatted with Motor Age's Jim Savas.

A four-day live video stream from the booth welcomed racers, including Top Fuel championship hopeful Mike Salinas (pictured) to talk about their seasons, as well as manufacturers and sponsors, who talked about their products and their involvement at the SEMA Show [live stream archive]

Drag racing's winningest driver, 16-time world champion John Force, talked shop with NHRA President Glen Cromwell.

Top Fuel championship challenger Brittany Force, fresh off her victory days earlier at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, greeted friends and fans.