Post-Race Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals

“It was good day for us in the points. We made seven solid runs here in hot and humid conditions. Overall, we are moving in the right direction in the Direct Connection Dodge SRT Hellcat Funny Car. Wow, Blake (Alexander) cut .028 light and we would have had to run a 3.88 there. It’s one of those days and you can’t win them all. But we should want to win them all. I’m happy for Blake. He has been a friend for a long time. The car and crew did a great job this weekend with Dickie (Venables – crew chief) and guys. I’m super excited for Leah (Pruett) to win today in Top Fuel. It’s a great feeling here with TSR with what Tony, Leah, Dodge and both teams have put together. She is doing a great job behind the wheel. TSR walks away with a huge win in Top Fuel and the points lead in Funny Car. We will keep digging and we go to Denver for the last race of the Dodge Power Brokers Mile-High Nationals. It’s emotional because Dodge has been there for over 30 years and now it’s the last one. I think this is our first time to the Final with TSR. We’re hoping to do a double win event for TSR very soon.”

  • Earned No. 3 provisional qualifying position in Q1 on Friday (3.905 ET at 328.70 mph)
  • Scored one bonus point for third-quickest run of the session
  • Fell to No. 5 provisional qualifying position based off of Friday’s Q1 run. In Q2 on Saturday, Hagan ran a 3.923 ET at 329.10 mph.
  • Secured No. 3 qualifying position in Q3 on Saturday (3.892 ET at 327.82 mph)
  • Advanced to the Finals on Sunday:
  • Round 1: 3.962 ET at 323.43 mph, defeated Dale Creasy Jr. (4.629 ET at 183.12 mph)
  • Round 2: 3.912 ET at 329.18 mph, defeated Robert Hight (3.931 ET at 322.81 mph)
  • Semifinals: 3.959 ET at 328.30 mph, defeated J.R. Todd (3.954 ET at 324.20 mph)
  • Finals: 3.991 ET at 327.90 mph, lost to Blake Alexander (3.935 ET at 321.96 mph)
  • Currently leading the Funny Car championship standings, four points ahead of Ron Capps