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Andrew Hines

NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle racer – 30 wins

2011: Set career-best E.T. and speed; won Indianapolis and Pomona 2; finished third in championship points standings

2010: Won five races, tying his career best wins in a season; Raced to seven consecutive final-round appearances with three wins and four runner-up finishes; Made the playoffs for the fourth consecutive season; Set a career-best for elapsed time (Indianapolis); Won multiple races for the seventh consecutive season

2009: Was the No. 1 qualifier four times during the season; Made the Playoffs for the third consecutive season; Posted career best elapsed time (St. Louis); Won multiple races for the sixth consecutive season

2008: Went to the final round at three of the first four races with wins in Atlanta and St. Louis; Led the points from Race 3 through Race 10; Matched his second-best round-win total (31); Competed in his 100th career race

2007: Earned appearance in inaugural Countdown to 4 and Countdown to 1; Won a career best five of seven final round appearances; Set career best elapsed time

2006: Earned his third consecutive world championship title; Won three of five final round appearances; Set career best elapsed time

2005: Earned second consecutive world championship title; Became first rider to run sub six seconds; Set national records for elapsed time (6.968 seconds) and speed (197.45 mph); Won two of five final round appearances; Topped the qualifying fields at nine of 15 events

2004: Won first career POWERade world championship and first for Harley-Davidson; recorded category E.T. record; led the point standings for the entire season; had a category-best eight No. 1 qualifying positions; won three of four final-round appearances

2003: Was the runner-up at Sonoma, the first final round appearance of his career; recorded his career-best time and speed

2002: Made professional debut at Denver; Qualified for all seven events he entered; Advanced to the semifinals at Reading, his fifth career race; Finalist for the Auto Club Road to the Future award honoring the sport’s Rookie of the Year


Eddie Krawiec
NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle racer – 19 wins

2011: Won his second career world championship; Set the national speed record in Gainesville

2010: Bookended the season with wins at Gainesville and Pomona 2; Set the national elapsed time record at Pomona 2; Set career best time and speed

2009: Won his first career NHRA Full Throttle series points race (Atlanta); Recorded career-highs in wins (5) and final rounds (11); Won more rounds (46) than in previous two seasons combined (42); Earned two No. 1 qualifying positions; Set career-bests for time and speed

2008: Earned first career Full Throttle Series world championship; Won Ringers Gloves Pro Bike Battle (bonus event in Indianapolis); Became only second driver and first since Rob Bruins (TF) in 1979 to win a championship without winning a race; Set career bests for time and speed

2007: Earned appearance in inaugural Countdown to 4; Finished in the POWERade top 10 point standings; Posted career-best time and speed

2004: Made NHRA debut at Englishtown

1999: Started racing in the AMA Prostar series Finished a career-best second place in Prostar standings twice (2002-'03) Earned nine wins in 23 career final rounds in Prostar


Jason Line

NHRA Pro Stock racer – 31 wins

2011: Won his second NHRA Full Throttle Series championship; Won a personal-best six races; Was the No. 1 qualifier for seven events, which tied a personal best; Was the points leader for 19 of the 22 events; Set the national e.t. record at Reading with a pass of 6.477 seconds; Finished in the top five for eighth consecutive season

2010: Won at least one race for the seventh straight season; Was as high as second in points after runner-up finish at Charlotte 1; Earned 17th career No. 1 qualifier at Charlotte 2; Qualified into top 5 of field at 13 of 23 events; Finished top 5 in points for seventh consecutive season

2009: Topped 50 round-wins in a single season for the first time in his career; Raced to a career-high five victories in nine finals; Notable regular season wins included Pomona 1 and Gainesville; Won sponsor’s event at Norwalk; Claimed playoff victory at Memphis

2008: Raced to victories in Las Vegas 1 and Seattle; Earned two No. 1 qualifying awards (St. Louis and Norwalk); Finished in the top five in points for fifth consecutive time

2007: Competed in the inaugural Countdown to 4; Finished in the POWERade Series top five for fourth consecutive season; Established national record for speed at 211.69 mph; Posted career bests for speed and time

2006: Earned his first career POWERade Series world championship title; Won four of nine final-round appearances; Ended teammate Greg Anderson’s streak of three consecutive world championship titles; Posted national record performances for time and speed

2005: Won four events in seven final rounds; Set career-best time and speed; Runner-up at the King Demon Crown bonus event for top Pro Stock drivers; Posted two No. 1 qualifiers

2004: Honored as Rookie of the Year; Claimed four victories in eight final round appearances; Recorded career-best numbers in time and speed; One of only two drivers to beat champion Greg Anderson in a final-round match-up

2003: Made NHRA debut at Columbus; suffered a spectacular crash in the first round of eliminations at Columbus; qualified No. 2 at Las Vegas 2

1997: Won Stock eliminator at Brainerd

1993: Won NHRA National Stock Championship; Won NHRA Division 5 Stock Championship

1992: Won Stock eliminator at Brainerd

1989-1993: Raced a 1970 Buick Grand Sport in E Stock Automatic


Greg Anderson

NHRA Pro Stock racer – 73 wins

2011: Finished in Full Throttle Series top three for 10th consecutive year; won K&N Horsepower Challenge bonus event for the fourth time; won the Mac Tools U.S. Nationals for the sixth time; finished the season with five wins; extended his season winning streak to 11 consecutive with at least one win, the longest among active drivers

2010: Won his fourth NHRA Full Throttle Series championship (2003-05, '10); Won K&N  Horsepower Challenge bonus event; Finished in Full Throttle Series top three for ninth consecutive time; Won three of six races in the Countdown to emerge from fourth-place finish in regular season; Maintained NHRA-best .729 winning percentage (among active drivers); Was a perfect 6-0 in races decided by red-lights; Took over points lead with win at Reading and never relinquished it; Extended his season winning streak to 10 consecutive with at least one win, the longest among active drivers

2009: Finished in Full Throttle Series top three for eighth consecutive time; Won his “home” race at Brainerd for the second time; Finished runner-up in the K&N Horsepower Challenge bonus race; Became sixth NHRA driver to reach 60 career wins; Extended his season winning streak to nine consecutive with at least one win, the longest currently active streak

2008: Finished in Full Throttle Series top three for seventh consecutive time; earned victories at Pomona 1 and Pomona 2; runner-up in the NHRA K&N Horsepower Challenge

2007: Competed in inaugural Countdown to 4 and Countdown to 1; Finished in POWERade Series top three for sixth consecutive time; Earned 50th consecutive career win; Passed Joe Amato for fifth place on career No. 1 qualifiers; Established national record for time (6.536)

2006: Finished in the POWERade Series top three for the fifth consecutive time; Passed the 300 mark for career round wins (305); Earned four victories in seven final-round appearances including the prestigious U.S. Nationals; Qualified No.1 at 11 events; Clocked first 6.5-second run in history at Richmond.

2005: Clinched his third consecutive Pro Stock world championship; Earned eight victories in 11 final-round appearances; Clocked national record performances for elapsed time (6.633 seconds) and speed (208.23 mph) at Gainesville, Fla.; Was the No. 1 qualifier at seven events

2004: Earned his second consecutive NHRA POWERade Pro Stock world championship; Claimed an NHRA record 15 event victories; Earned the most No. 1 qualifying awards in one season (16) in NHRA history; Set the national record for time and speed (Chicago 2); Recorded the most elimination round wins in NHRA history (76); Appeared in the most final rounds in one season in NHRA history (19); Moved into the No. 4 spot on all-time win list in Pro Stock history; Earned the Pro Stock championship by the largest margin of victory in history (742 points); Moved from 29th to 13th place on the all-time Pro Stock wins list; Set 20 track records; Has been the Pro Stock points leader since Columbus 2003; Earned third Mac Tools U.S. Nationals victory; Won the King Demon Crown bonus event worth $50,000 – also won Topeka, earning the double-up bonus from NHRA worth an additional $25,000; Voted national motorsports Driver of the Year in balloting by nationwide motorsports media

2003: Earned his first NHRA POWERade Pro Stock championship; won a Pro Stock record 12 events; earned an NHRA record 67 round wins; set the national record for time and speed; recorded 19 track records; earned 14 No. 1 qualifying spots; was one of only two Pro Stock drivers to qualify for all 23 national events

2002: Earned two victories and two No. 1 qualifying spots in his first full season of racing

2001: Won first career NHRA national event (Bristol); Recorded first career No. 1 qualifying position (Atlanta); Won at Indianapolis

2000: Recorded the best average reaction time in Pro Stock, 0.435-of-a-second

1999: Became seventh member of the Speed Pro 200-mph Pro Stock Club with a 200.11-mph pass (Richmond)

1998: Began Pro Stock driving career


Dan Runte
Bigfoot driver – 10 time Champion

Dan started out at Bigfoot as a crew member and ended up loving it so much, he then became Team Bigfoot’s most daring and accomplished driver. Dan has won 10 Championships and is most proud of the Guinness World Record that he holds for the “Longest ramp jump in a monster truck.” He claimed the record for jumping a 214-foot long airplane. He also holds the record for the fastest speed in a monster truck at 86.56 mph, which was done in just 1/8th of a mile. Dan is the best in the monster truck industry, but he never forgets his fans re the most important part!.  




 







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