The NHRA Arizona Nationals concludes with Sunday eliminations at 11 a.m. Mountain Time. Get all the information you need, including television broadcast time, qualifying times and how to get an NHRA.tv account.
Rain affected the scheduled start times today. Check back on this page or the official NHRA Twitter account for the most up to date information. You can see the original and in full weekend schedule here.
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Sunday, Feb. 22 FS1 will televise one hour of qualifying coverage at 3:00 p.m. (ET).
Sunday, Feb. 23, FS1 will televise three hours of finals coverage starting at 9:00 p.m. (ET).
2019 EVENT WINNERS:
Top Fuel: Billy Torrence
Funny Car: Matt Hagan
Pro Stock: Jeg Coughlin Jr.
MOST VICTORIES AT WILD HORSE PASS MOTORSPORTS PARK
John Force, 8, FC; Bob Glidden, 5, PS; Tony Schumacher, 5, TF; Jack Beckman, 3, FC; Kenny Bernstein, 3, TF/FC; Antron Brown, 3, TF; Ron Capps, 3, FC; Larry Dixon, 3, TF; Cory McClenathan, 3, TF; Darrell Alderman, 3, PS; Jeg Coughlin, 3, PS; Kurt Johnson, 3, PS; Warren Johnson, 3, PS
3.649 seconds by Tony Schumacher, Feb. ’18; 336.57 mph by Schumacher, Feb. ‘18
3.826 seconds by Courtney Force, Feb. ’18; 337.16 mph by C. Force, Feb. ‘18
6.498 seconds by Mike Edwards, Feb. ’13; 213.77 mph by Edwards, Feb. ‘13
3.623 sec. by Brittany Force, Sept. '19, Reading, Pa.; 338.17 mph by Brittany Force, Nov. '19, Las Vegas
3.793 sec. by Robert Hight, Aug. '17, Brainerd; 339.87 mph by Robert Hight, July ’17, Sonoma, Calif.
6.455 sec. by Jason Line, March ’15, Charlotte, N.C.; 215.55 mph by Erica Enders, May ’14, Englishtown N.J.