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Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals Friday preview

The 60th anniversary of the Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals kicks off the 2020 season at Auto Club Raceway in Pomona.
07 Feb 2020
NHRA National Dragster staff
Race coverage

The 60th running of the Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals presented by ProtectTheHarvest.com begins the 2020 Mello Yello NHRA Drag Racing season. Get all the information you need, including television broadcast time, qualifying time and how to get an NHRA.tv account. 

Racing begins with Lucas Oil Sportsman eliminations at 8:30 a.m. Mello Yello professional eliminations starts with Pro Stock at 12:15 p.m. Pacific Time. You can see the full weekend schedule here

You can catch the action all weekend on FOX Sports 1 and NHRA.tv.

Whether you’re in Pomona, Indianapolis, or anywhere else around the world, you can follow NHRA on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram to get a closer look at the action.

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Live Timing Standings | Tickets


Friday, February 7 / 6:00pm - 7:30pm / FS1
Saturday, February 8 /7:00pm - 8:00pm / FS1
Sunday, February 9 / 5:00pm - 8:00pm / FS1


Top Fuel: Doug Kalitta

Funny Car: Robert Hight

Pro Stock: Bo Butner


John Force, FC, 16; Greg Anderson, PS, 12; Bob Glidden, PS, 12; Warren Johnson, PS, 9; Don Garlits, TF, 6; Tony Schumacher, TF, 6; Matt Hagan, FC 6; John Myers, PSM, 5; Eddie Krawiec, PSM, 4.


Top Fuel

3.628 sec. by Clay Millican, Feb. ’18 and 334.40 mph by Mike Salinas, Feb. ‘19

Funny Car

3.822 sec. by Matt Hagan, Feb. '17 and 336.99 by Robert Hight, Feb. '18
Pro Stock

6.480 sec. by Erica Enders, Nov. '14 and 213.84 mph by Drew Skillman, Nov. ’15


Top Fuel

3.623 sec. by Brittany Force, Sept. '19, Reading, Pa.; 338.17 mph by Brittany Force, Nov. '19, Las Vegas

Funny Car

3.793 sec. by Robert Hight, Aug. '17, Brainerd; 339.87 mph by Robert Hight, July ’17, Sonoma, Calif.

Pro Stock

6.455 sec. by Jason Line, March ’15, Charlotte, N.C.; 215.55 mph by Erica Enders, May ’14, Englishtown N.J.