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Kalitta Motorsports News

**Note: Both of Friday's qualifying sessions and the second Saturday qualifying session were cancelled due to inclement weather.

Doug Kalitta

Doug Kalitta, driver of the DEWALT FLEXVOLT Top Fuel Dragster

Q1: 3.750 sec. at 326.54 MPH
Starting Position: 4th
First Round Matchup: Ike Maier
Quotable: "Definitely is not fun to only get one lap on the track, but I am glad we got a solid run under our belts in this DEWALT FLEXVOLT Toyota. Tomorrow holds a lot of uΩnknowns, but I have the best team in the business and I know we will be prepared."

JR Todd

J.R. Todd, driver of the SealMaster Top Fuel Dragster

Q1: 5.589 sec. at 125.19 MPH
Starting Position: 15th
First Round Matchup: Antron Brown
Quotable: "We had some great fans at Maple Grove this weekend, and I wish we could have given them a better show. We only had one run, so we are not qualified where we would like. However, I know these SealMaster Toyota guys will be ready to go regardless of what the conditions hold for tomorrow."

Del Worsham

Del Worsham, driver of the DHL Toyota Camry Funny Car

Q1: 3.904 sec. at 325.77 MPH
Bonus Points: 1 pt. (Third-best of the first session)
Starting Position: 3rd
First Round Matchup: John Force
Quotable: "Great to get a solid number on the board there in our only pass, but we have a tough draw in round one. We are ready to make some noise tomorrow in this DHL Toyota."

Alexis DeJoria

Alexis DeJoria, driver of the Tequila Patrón Toyota Camry Funny Car

Q1: 12.151 sec. at 81.44 MPH
Starting Position: 13th
First Round Matchup: Ron Capps

#NHRAonFOX Telecast information:
10/02 Race (FS1) - 2:00pm - 5:00pm - LIVE All times are EST.

Doug Kalitta

Halfway through the Countdown, Kalitta desires trophy

Reading Highlights: One win (2002); One no.1 qualifier (2004)

2015 Reading Event Recap: Qualified sixth; First round defeat (Lost to Dom Lagana in the first round)

Previous Event Recap (St. Louis): Qualified fourth; Quarter-final finish (Defeated Terry McMillen in the first round, lost to Shawn Langdon in the quarter-finals)

Quotable: "My team is incredibly focused. This Mac Tools/DeWalt FlexVolt Toyota is running strong and we are limiting mistakes. We are right there and know we have what it takes to compete with all of the other teams out here that are chasing that title."

Career Stats: 430 starts, 582 round wins (11th all-time), 41 wins (Fifth all-time in Top Fuel), 86 finals, 47 no.1 qualifiers (13th all-time)

Countdown Stats: Ninth appearance (Kalitta has appeared in every Countdown for the Championship); 50 overall Countdown starts; 2 wins; 2 no. 1 qualifiers; 44 total Countdown round wins

2016 Season Stats: Three wins (Houston, Atlanta, Topeka); Four no.1 qualifiers (Phoenix, Atlanta, Norwalk, Charlotte-2); Two finals (Pomona, Charlotte-2); 37 round wins

Point Standings: Second (-13); trails first-place Antron Brown by 13 points, leads third-place Tony Schumacher by 41 points

Noteworthy: has won his first round pairing in 17 of 20 events this season; more round wins than season round win total from 2015; clinched his 19th consecutive top ten finish; only driver that has ranked among the top three in the point standings after every race this season

JR Todd

Former Reading victor Todd looks for second win

Reading Highlights: One win (2006)

2015 Reading Event Recap: Qualified 11th; First round defeat (lost to Tony Schumacher in the first round)

Previous Event Recap (St. Louis): Qualified third; Semi-Finalist (Defeated Kyle Wurtzel in the first round and Pat Dakin in the quarter-finals, lost to Tony Schumacher in the semi-finals)

Quotable: “We ran well in St. Louis, and we are planning on continuing that in Reading. Connie and Rob have a great handle on this SealMaster Toyota machine. The weather looks like it could produce some prime racing conditions, so we will race hard and see if we can pick up the win."

Career Stats: 144 starts, 141 round wins, 9 wins, 17 finals, 8 no.1 qualifiers

Countdown Stats: Fourth appearance; third consecutive appearance; 20 Countdown starts; 3 finals; 4 No. 1 qualifiers; 22 total Countdown round wins

2016 Season Stats: One win (Sonoma); Three finals (Atlanta, Norwalk, Chicago); 29 round wins

Point Standings: Seventh (-106); trails sixth-place Steve Torrence by nine points, leads seventh-place Shawn Langdon by 25 points

Noteworthy: Currently has 29 round wins, which is a career-high (previous high was 25; earned 20 round wins in 2015); seven semi-finals or better in the last nine races

Del Worsham

Worsham wants to cross Maple Grove off his list

Reading Highlights: One final (2011-TF)

2015 Reading Event Recap: Qualified sixth; First round defeat (Lost to Tommy Johnson Jr. in the first round)

Previous Event Recap (St. Louis): Qualified seventh; First round defeat (Lost to John Force in the first round)

Quotable: “We really learned a lot with his DHL Toyota Camry in testing on Monday. I think we have our car back. I am really excited to head to Reading and have some success."

Career Stats: 503 starts, 554 round wins, 39 wins (31 in Funny Car, 8 in Top Fuel), 66 finals (55 in Funny Car, 11 in Top Fuel), 20 no.1 qualifiers (13 in Funny Car, 7 in Top Fuel)

Countdown Stats: Seventh appearance (6 in Funny Car, 1 in Top Fuel); Fourth consecutive appearance; 38 overall Countdown starts; eight wins (6 FC, 2 TF); 3 no.1 qualifiers (1 FC, 2 TF); 58 total Countdown round wins (43 FC, 13 TF)

2016 Season Stats: One win (Brainerd); Four finals (Pomona, Las Vegas, Seattle, Indianapolis); Three no.1 qualifiers (Norwalk, Sonoma, Seattle); 32 round wins

Point Standings: Fifth (-84); trails fourth-place John Force by 10 points, leads sixth-place Matt Hagan by 12 points

Noteworthy: Six semi-finals or better in the last seven events; 2015 Funny Car Champion, 2011 Top Fuel Champion; one of three drivers with championships in both nitro classes; second in the Funny Car class with 16 first round wins this season; One of three tracks Worsham has yet to claim a win (Epping, Topeka)

Alexis DeJoria

DeJoria Reading pre-race notes

2015 Reading Event Recap: Qualified 14th; First round defeat (Lost to Jack Beckman in the first round)

Previous Event Recap (St. Louis): Qualified ninth; First round defeat (Lost to Tommy Johnson Jr. in the first round)

Career Stats: 113 starts, 81 round wins, 4 wins, 7 finals, 4 no.1 qualifiers

Countdown Stats: Third consecutive appearance; 14 overall Countdown starts; 2 no.1 qualifiers; 11 total Countdown round wins

2016 Season Stats: One win (Las Vegas); One semi-final (Bristol); One no. 1 qualifier (Charlotte-1); 12 round wins

Point Standings: 10th (-205); trails ninth-place Tim Wilkerson by 76 points

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 JR Todd

Todd rebounds in Gateway

Race Recap: After a rough start to the Countdown in Charlotte, Todd and the SealMaster team were looking to go rounds at Gateway Motorsports Park.

After just missing out on the bonus points in both the second and third qualifying sessions, Todd laid down a stellar pass in the final qualifying pass. Crew chiefs Connie Kalitta and Rob Flynn guided Todd to a 3.750 second pass that bumped Todd all the way up to the third qualified spot and two bonus points.

Todd's first opponent was Kyle Wurtzel. Wurtzel, competing in his fourth event of the season, made some solid passes to get his way into the 16-car qualified field. However, Todd got off of the line first and continued to drive away from Wurtzel scoring his first 2016 Countdown round win. Todd and the SealMaster team did not end there. They exacted a little revenge on the driver that took them out just one week ago: Pat Dakin. Todd's SealMaster Toyota Top Fuel dragster ran 3.798, which was enough to get around Dakin's 3.827. That sent Todd to his seventh semi-final or better in the last nine events.

Unfortunately for the SealMaster team, the semi-finals are were it ended. Todd had a solid reaction time off of the starting line, but his opponent, Tony Schumacher, steadily pulled away stopping the SealMaster driver from reaching his fifth final round of the season.

Statistics:
Qualified: No. 3 (3.750 sec., 321.80 mph)

  • E1: Todd defeated Wurtzel - 3.818 sec., 320.28 mph to 5.595 sec., 119.26 mph
  • E2: Todd defeated Dakin - 3.787 sec., 319.22 mph to 3.827 sec., 316.90 mph
  • E3: Todd defeated by Schumacher - 3.802 sec., 326.71 mph to 3.757 sec., 326.71 mph

Quotable: "We were hoping to rebound with a win today but we did gain some ground on the top spot with this SealMaster Toyota team. The guys are working hard and are focused. We will go home for a couple days and plan to run hard at Maple Grove."

Point Standings: Seventh (-106); trails sixth-place Steve Torrence by nine points, leads eighth-place Richie Crampton by 25 points

Doug Kalitta 

Kalitta closes on points lead

Race Recap: Kalitta returned to Gateway sporting new colors as the traditionally red and white Mac Tools dragster turned to the yellow and black DEWALT FLEXVOLT machine for the next two races.

Kalitta was stellar in qualifying. He earned six bonus points throughout the weekend and started fourth overall with his 3.752 second pass which he ran in Friday evening's session. However, the DEWALT FLEXVOLT dragster was consistent in the heat of Saturday as well earning bonus points in each session.

The fourth qualifying spot meant Kalitta would draw the 13th seeded Terry McMillen and the DEWALT FLEXVOLT team was ready. The Jim Oberhofer tune-up gave Kalitta low elapsed time of round one and reset his own top speed of the weekend with their 328.22mph effort.

A dropped cylinder meant Kalitta's day would end in round two, but Kalitta closed the Brown's points lead to just 13 points heading into the third race of the NHRA Countdown for the Championship.

Statistics:
Qualified: No. 4 (3.752 sec., 325.92 mph)

  • E1: Kalitta defeated McMillen - 3.751 sec., 328.22 mph to 6.426 sec., 105.64 mph (328.22 was Top Speed on the weekend)
  • E2: Kalitta defeated by Langdon - 3.861 sec., 310.91 mph to 3.782 sec., 322.27 mph

Quotable: “It's disappointing to go out in the second round because we thought the DEWALT FLEXVOLT Toyota was capable of winning today. We were very solid in qualifying and, in the end, we gained some decent points today and only 13 out of the lead heading into Reading. Maple Grove qualifying starts in five days and that's where our focus needs to be."

Point Standings: Second (-13); trails first-place Antron Brown by 13 points, leads third-place Tony Schumacher by 31 point

Del Worsham

Worsham suffers his first opening round defeat since July

Race Recap: Worsham came into St. Louis as the defending race winner and looking for his fourth Gateway win. The DHL team, led by Jon Oberhofer and Nicky Boninfante, were strong off of the trailer. The DHL Toyota Camry ran a 3.970 second pass in the first qualifying pass, earning two bonus points. He added two more bonus points and qualified solidly in the top half of the field. Worsham's reward: John Force.

Worsham and Force were the seventh pair to see the drag strip. The driver of the DHL Toyota Camry left the line first, but Force drove around him by the finish line to end Worsham's streak of six straight semi-final finishes of better.

Statistics:
Qualified: No. 7 (3.929 sec., 324.75 mph)

  • E1: Worsham defeated by J. Force - 3.989 sec., 320.28 mph to 3.958 sec., 327.43 mph

Quotable: "Tough day for this DHL Toyota team. We had a solid pass, but just got out run. To lose in the first round is not fun. We are down, but we know we still have a shot. Reading is always fast. We will head there and plan to rebound."

Point Standings: Fifth (-84); trails with fourth-place John Force by 10 points, leads sixth place Matt Hagan by 12 points

Alexis DeJoria

Early exit for DeJoria, Patrón team

Race Recap: The second of three straight races for DeJoria saw a Saturday celebration as the team celebrated her birthday. On the race track, DeJoria just missed qualifying in the top half. Her Patrón-backed Toyota Camry Funny Car was a part of the last pair to see the race track in the Funny Car class with her opponent, Tommy Johnson Jr. DeJoria ran a solid 3.985, but Johnson Jr. ran his quickest pass of the weekend to defeat the Countdown driver in round one.

Statistics:
Qualified: No. 9 (3.945 sec., 323.19 mph)

  • E1: DeJoria defeated Johnson Jr. - 3.985 sec., 321.65 mph to 3.940 sec., 323.35 mph

Point Standings: 10th (-205); trails ninth-place Tim Wilkerson by 76 points\

JR Todd

J.R. Todd, driver of the SealMaster Top Fuel Dragster

Q1: 3.901 sec. at 310.77 MPH
Q2: 3.772 sec. at 322.04 MPH
Q3: 3.781 sec. at 320.28 MPH
Q4: 3.750 sec. at 321.58 MPH

Bonus Points: 2 pts. (Second-best of the fourth session)
Starting Position: 3rd
First Round Matchup: Kyle Wurtzel
Quotable: "I said I would be happy with a .75 before that run, and that is exactly what it ran. Hats off to Connie, Rob and the SealMaster team; they just laid down a great pass. This really has us set up well for tomorrow and I am excited about our chances."

Doug Kalitta

Doug Kalitta, driver of the DEWALT FLEXVOLT Top Fuel Dragster

Q1: 4.006 sec. at 238.89 MPH
Q2: 3.752 sec. at 325.92 MPH
Q3: 3.771 sec. at 324.36 MPH
Q4: 3.765 sec. at 320.36 MPH

Bonus Points: 6 pts. (Second-best of the second session, best of the third session, third-best of the fourth session)
Starting Position: 4th
First Round Matchup: Terry McMillen
Quotable: "Great qualifying efforts by this entire DEWALT FLEXVOLT team. It is very cool to run these colors for the next couple races and we would love to put them in the winner's circle tomorrow."
Notes: Kalitta's 325.92 MPH was Top Speed this weekend.

Del Worsham

Del Worsham, driver of the DHL Toyota Camry Funny Car

Q1: 3.970 sec. at 320.05 MPH
Q2: 3.929 sec. at 324.75 MPH
Q3: 3.989 sec. at 320.97 MPH
Q4: 4.749 sec. at 168.53 MPH

Bonus Points: 4 pts. (Second-best of the first session, second-best of the third session)
Starting Position: 7th
First Round Matchup: John Force
Quotable: "Not necessarily the run that we were looking there at the end of qualifying but the DHL team knows the line now. We will work hard and get prepared for round one of eliminations tomorrow. I am confident this DHL Toyota team will be ready."

Alexis DeJoria

Alexis DeJoria, driver of the Tequila Patrón Toyota Camry Funny Car

Q1: 5.604 sec. at 125.37 MPH
Q2: 3.974 sec. at 323.27 MPH
Q3: 4.417 sec. at 201.10 MPH
Q4: 3.945 sec. at 323.19 MPH

Starting Position: 9th
First Round Matchup: Tommy Johnson Jr.

#NHRAonFOX Telecast information:
9/25 Race (FS1) - 2:00pm - 5:00pm - LIVE

All times are EST.

Doug Kalitta

After strong Countdown start, Kalitta wants to reach Gateway winners' circle

St. Louis Highlights: Three wins (2004, 2003, 2001); One final (2010); Two no.1 qualifiers (2014, 2005)

2015 St. Louis Event Recap: Qualified fifth; Quarter-Final finish (Defeated Wayne Newby in the first round, lost to Brittany Force in the quarter-finals)

Previous Event Recap (Charlotte): Qualified first; Finalist (Defeated Ike Maier in the first round, Leah Pritchett in the quarter-finals and Wayne Newby in the semi-finals, lost to Antron Brown in the finals)

Quotable: “We did what we set out to do in Charlotte, and now my team is looking forward to continue having fun and doing our very best. Gateway has been a strong place for me in the past and I am looking forward to continuing our strong Countdown start there."  

Career Stats: 429 starts, 581 round wins (11th all-time), 41 wins (Fourth all-time in Top Fuel), 86 finals, 47 no.1 qualifiers (13th all-time)

Countdown Stats: Ninth appearance (Kalitta has appeared in every Countdown for the Championship); 49 overall Countdown starts; 2 wins; 2 No. 1 qualifiers; 43 total Countdown round wins 

2016 Season Stats: Three wins (Houston, Atlanta, Topeka); Four no.1 qualifiers (Phoenix, Atlanta, Norwalk, Charlotte-2); Two finals (Pomona, Charlotte-2); 36 round wins

Point Standings: Second (-42); trails first-place Antron Brown by 42 points, leads third-place Steve Torrence by 58 points

Noteworthy: will campaign the DEWALT FLEXVOLT™ colors for the next two races; has won his first round pairing in 16 of 19 events this season; 12 semi-final or better finishes in 17 events this season; more round wins than season round win total from 2015; clinched his 19th consecutive top ten finish; only driver that has ranked among the top three in the point standings all season

JR Todd

Todd looks to start another streak of success in St. Louis

Highlights: Six semi-finals or better in the last eight races

2015 St. Louis Event Recap: Qualified eighth; First round defeat (lost to Dave Connolly in the first round)

Previous Event Recap (Charlotte): Qualified sixth; First round defeat (lost to Pat Dakin in the first round)

Quotable: “We did not get off to start in the Countdown we were hoping for in Charlotte, but the SealMaster team is still strong. We get another shot it this weekend, and we plan on going rounds this weekend in Gateway."

Career Stats: 143 starts, 139 round wins, 9 wins, 17 finals, 8 no.1 qualifiers

Countdown Stats: Fourth appearance; third consecutive appearance; 19 Countdown starts; 3 finals; 4 No. 1 qualifiers; 20 total Countdown round wins 

2016 Season Stats: One win (Sonoma); Three finals (Atlanta, Norwalk, Chicago); 27 round wins

Point Standings: Sixth (-152); trails fifth-place Tony Schumacher by 25 points, leads seventh-place Shawn Langdon by seven points

Noteworthy: Currently has 27 round wins, which is a career-high (previous high was 25; earned 20 round wins in 2015); qualified top half in every start with Team Kalitta at Gateway

Del Worsham

St. Louis brings back fond memories for Worsham

St. Louis Highlights: Two wins (2015, 2009); 2 finals (2007, 2003); 

2015 St. Louis Event Recap: Qualified second; Winner (Defeated Tony Pedregon in the first round, Tim Wilkerson in the quarter-finals, Cruz Pedregon in the semi-finals and Matt Hagan in the final)

Previous Event Recap (Charlotte): Qualified 12th; Semi-Finalist (Defeated Jack Beckman in the first round and John Bojec in the second round, lost to Tommy Johnson Jr. in the semi-finals)

Quotable: “Last season, Gateway was an awesome race for this DHL Toyota team. After struggling a bit in qualifying, we had a solid race in Charlotte and I am looking for more this weekend." 

Career Stats: 502 starts, 554 round wins, 39 wins (31 in Funny Car, 8 in Top Fuel), 66 finals (55 in Funny Car, 11 in Top Fuel), 20 no.1 qualifiers (13 in Funny Car, 7 in Top Fuel)

Countdown Stats: Seventh appearance (6 in Funny Car, 1 in Top Fuel); Fourth consecutive appearance; 37 overall Countdown starts; eight wins (6 FC, 2 TF); 3 No.1 qualifiers (1 FC, 2 TF); 58 total Countdown round wins (43 FC, 13 TF) 

2016 Season Stats: One win (Brainerd); Four finals (Pomona, Las Vegas, Seattle, Indianapolis); Three poles (Norwalk, Sonoma, Seattle); 32 round wins

Point Standings: Second (-42); trails first-place Ron Capps by 42 points, leads third-place John Force by eight points 

Noteworthy: Six straight semi-finals or better; 2015 Funny Car Champion, 2011 Top Fuel Champion; one of three drivers with championships in both nitro classes; second in the Funny Car class with 16 first round wins this season

Alexis DeJoria

DeJoria St. Louis pre-race notes

2015 St. Louis Event Recap: Qualified 12th; Quarter-final finish (Defeated Tommy Johnson Jr. in the first round, lost to Ron Capps in the quarter-finals)

Previous Event Recap (Charlotte): Qualified fourth; First round defeat (Lost to John Bojec in the first round)

Career Stats: 112 starts, 81 round wins, 4 wins, 7 finals, 4 no.1 qualifiers

Countdown Stats: Third consecutive appearance; 13 overall Countdown starts; 2 No.1 qualifiers; 11 total Countdown round wins

2016 Season Stats: One win (Las Vegas); One semi-finals (Bristol); One pole (Charlotte-1); 12 round wins

Point Standings: 10th (-158); trails ninth-place Tim Wilkerson by 31 points

The Dewalt Top Fuel Dragster

ST. LOUIS (September 21, 2016) – For the second consecutive season, NHRA Countdown for the Championship contender Doug Kalitta will showcase the colors of DEWALT. The black and yellow scheme will be campaigned for the next two events: the AAA Midwest Nationals in St. Louis and the NHRA Keystone Nationals in Reading, Penn.

Stanley Black & Decker, the parent company of both Kalitta’s traditional primary sponsor, Mac Tools, and DEWALT, will use the space to promote their new line of DEWALT FLEXVOLT™ products. The DEWALT FLEXVOLT™ line, which includes new battery technology, was launched earlier this season to much acclaim. 

“I am excited to showcase DEWALT’s new FLEXVOLT™ line on my Top Fuel dragster,” said Kalitta, who has clinched his nineteenth consecutive top 10 points finish. “The technology has proven to be a breakthrough for every jobsite and we are proud to utilize both Mac Tools and DEWALT products in our pit area on these 11,000 horsepower machines.” 

DEWALT will utilize the primary placement to educate both consumers and sales representatives on the advantages of the FLEXVOLT™ System, in which a proprietary battery technology platform provides users with multiple voltage outputs from a single DEWALT battery pack – 20V MAX*, 60V MAX*, and 120V MAX* when two 60V MAX* batteries are combined – giving users the power of corded with the freedom of cordless. 

The 2016 season has already been memorable for Kalitta as he scored three consecutive victories earlier this season for the first time of his career. Just days ago, Kalitta recorded a strong performance in the 2016 Countdown for the Championship debut race in Charlotte. He recorded his fourth no.1 qualifier of the season and his fifth final round appearance. Kalitta currently ranks second in the standings. 

“Kalitta Motorsports is pleased to highlight this new line of FLEXVOLT™ products on our 330-mph dragster,” said Jim Oberhofer, Vice President of Operations, Kalitta Motorsports. “Team Kalitta puts our tools through strenuous tests with the engine rebuilds and their reliability is incredible.”

*With respect to 20V MAX* - Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20 volts. Nominal voltage is 18. With respect to 60V MAX* - Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 60 volts. Nominal voltage is 54. With respect to 120V MAX* - Based on using 2 DEWALT 60V MAX* batteries, combined having a maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) of 120 volts and a nominal voltage of 108.

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Top Fuel (Unofficial)

1. Leah Pritchett (494)
2. Antron Brown (440)
3. Tony Schumacher (438)
4. Doug Kalitta (358)
5. Steve Torrence (352) 
6. Brittany Force (292)
7. Clay Millican (269)
8. Troy Coughlin Jr. (228)
9. Terry McMillen (195)
10. Scott Palmer (180)
17. Shawn Langdon (32)
 

Funny Car (Unofficial)

1. Matt Hagan (400)
2. Ron Capps (398)
3. John Force (371)
4. Tommy Johnson Jr. (357)
5. Robert Hight (301)
5. Courtney Force (301)
7. Jack Beckman (282)
8. Jonnie Lindberg (235)
9. J.R. Todd (222)
10. Jim Campbell (211)
11. Alexis DeJoria (208)

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