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Antron’s Stats

2012 NHRA Top Fuel World Champion

NHRA RACING STATISTICS

Year Races W R/U Semi Qtr 1st Rd No 1 DNQ Wins-Losses
1998 14 0 0 4 4 5 0 1 12-13
1999 14 3 1 4 4 2 0 0 27-11
2000 14 3 0 3 5 3 0 0 23-11
2001 14 3 4 3 2 2 6 0 32-11
2002 14 1 2 5 5 1 0 0 25-13
2003 15 1 1 3 3 7 0 0 16-14
2004 15 2 4 2 6 1 3 0 30-13
2005 15 1 2 3 3 6 1 0 19-14
2006 15 2 3 3 5 2 1 0 28-13
2007 16 0 0 2 5 9 0 0 9-16

2008 24 2 3 5 9 4 3 1 36-21
2009 24 6 4 4 7 3 7 0 51-18
2010 23 1 6 3 9 4 5 0 36-22
2011 22 6 2 6 8 0 3 0 50-16
2012 23 6 6 2 4 5 3 0 49-17
2013 24 4 2 4 3 10 2 1 33-19
2014 24 6 2 6 2 9 3 0 41-18
2015 24 7 3 6 3 5 7 0 51-17
2016 24 7 4 5 6 2 3 0 55-17
2017 1 1 2-1
Total 359 61 47* 74 93 80 47 3 625-295

CAREER FINAL-ROUND RECORD

2016

Vegas 1 WINNER (def. Troy Buff)
4- Wide (Brittany Force)
Topeka (Kalitta)
Epping WINNER (def. Torrence)
Chicago WINNER (def. Todd)
Denver (Schumacher)
Seattle WINNER (def. Torrence)
Brainerd (Force)
Charlotte Fall WINNER (def. Kalitta)
Maple Grove WINNER (def. Force)
Dallas WINNER (def. Torrence)

2015

Pomona 1 (Langdon)
4- Wide WINNER (def. Crampton/Millican/Torrence)
Atlanta WINNER (def. Pritchett)
Englishtown WINNER (def. Force)
Norwalk (Kalitta)
Sonoma WINNER (def. Connolly)
Charlotte Fall WINNER (def. Todd)
St. Louis WINNER (def. Connolly)
Maple Grove WINNER (def. Schumacher)
Finals (Langdon)

2014

Phoenix WINNER (def. Brittany Force)
Gainesville runner-up (Doug Kalitta)
Charlotte 1 WINNER (def. Langdon/Todd/Kalitta)
Houston WINNER (def. Khalid alBalooshi)
Joliet WINNER (def. Brittany Force)

2013

Gainesville WINNER (def. Clay Millican)
Las Vegas 1 runner-up (Tony Schumacher)
Atlanta WINNER (def. Brandon Bernstein)
St. Louis WINNER (def. Khalid alBalooshi)
Reading runner-up (Shawn Langdon)
Las Vegas 2 WINNER (def. Clay Millican)

2012

Pomona 1 runner-up (Spencer Massey)
Phoenix WINNER (def. Tony Schumacher)
Las Vegas 1 runner-up (Spencer Massey)
Charlotte 1 runner-up (Spencer Massey and Tony Schumacher)
Houston runner-up (Morgan Lucas)
Joliet WINNER (def. Steve Torrence)
Denver WINNER (def. Brandon Bernstein)
Sonoma WINNER (def. Spencer Massey)
Brainerd runner-up (Morgan Lucas)
Dallas WINNER (def. Spencer Massey)
St. Louis WINNER (def. Spencer Massey
Reading runner-up (Khalid alBalooshi)

2011

Las Vegas 1 WINNER (def. Brandon Bernstein)
Atlanta WINNER (def. Tony Schumacher)
Bristol runner-up (Larry Dixon)
Sonoma WINNER (def. Tony Schmacher)
Brainerd WINNER (def. Tony Schumacher)
Indianapolis WINNER (def. Del Worsham)
Charlotte 2 WINNER (def. Spencer Massey)
Phoenix runner-up (Larry Dixon)

2010

Gainesville runner-up (Tony Schumacher)
Charlotte 1 runner-up (Cory McClenathan)
Houston runner-up (Larry Dixon)
Englishtown runner-up (Larry Dixon)
Norwalk runner-up (Larry Dixon)
Seattle runner-up (Cory McClenathan)
Pomona 2 WINNER (def. Shawn Langdon)

2009

Pomona 1 runner-up (Doug Kalitta)
Phoenix WINNER (def. Brandon Bernstein)
St. Louis WINNER (def. Brandon Bernstein)
Joliet runner-up (Spencer Massey)
Englishtown runner-up (Larry Dixon)
Denver WINNER (def. Doug Kalitta)
Seattle WINNER (def. Tony Schumacher)
Sonoma WINNER (def. Cory McClenathan)
Richmond runner-up (Brandon Bernstein)
Pomona 2 WINNER (def. Spencer Massey)

2008

Houston WINNER (def. Larry Dixon)
Las Vegas 1 runner-up (Cory McClenathan)
Atlanta WINNER (def. Tony Schumacher)
Denver runner-up (Tony Schumacher)
Charlotte runner-up (Tony Schumacher)

2006

Gainesville runner-up (Angelle Sampey)
Atlanta WINNER (def. Andrew Hines)
Sonoma runner-up (Chip Ellis)
Brainerd WINNER (def. Steve Johnson)
Memphis runner-up (Andrew Hines)

2005

Englishtown WINNER (def. Karen Stoffer)
St. Louis runner-up (Angelle Sampey)
Denver runner-up (Ryan Schnitz)

2004

Houston runner-up (Karen Stoffer)
Sonoma runner-up (Angelle Sampey)
Memphis WINNER (def. Matt Smith)
Indianapolis WINNER (def. Shawn Gann)
Reading runner-up (Angelle Sampey)
Pomona 2 runner-up (Angelle Sampey)

2003

Atlanta runner-up (Geno Scali)
Brainerd WINNER (def. John Smith)

2002

Englishtown WINNER (def. Craig Treble)
Chicago 1 runner-up (Angelle Sampey)
Columbus runner-up (Craig Treble)

2001

Atlanta WINNER (def. Matt Hines)
Chicago 1 WINNER (def. Angelle Sampey)
Columbus runner-up (Angelle Sampey)
Pomona 3 runner-up (Angelle Sampey)
Denver runner-up (Angelle Sampey)
Brainerd WINNER (def. GT Tonglet)
Las Vegas 2 runner-up (Shawn Gann)

2000

Chicago WINNER (def. Craig Treble)
Brainerd WINNER (def. Tony Mullen)
Indianapolis WINNER (def. John Smith)

1999

Dallas 1 WINNER (def. Angelle Sampey)
Columbus WINNER (def. Dave Schultz)
Denver runner-up (Dave Schultz)
Pomona 2 WINNER (def. Craig Treble)

CAREER NO. 1 QUALIFIER RECORD

2014

Las Vegas 2                 3.768 ET, 325.14 MPH
Epping                          3.770 ET, 323.58 MPH
Las Vegas 1                 3.780 ET, 320.43 MPH

2013

Indianapolis                  3.811 ET, 320.58 MPH

2012

Topeka, Kan.                3.797 ET, 324.98 MPH
Bristol, Tenn.                3.814 ET, 323.12 MPH
Madison, Ill.                  3.737 ET, 326.79 MPH

2011

Kent, Wash.                  3.809 ET, 321.58 MPH
Clermont, Ind.               3.818 ET, 322.96 MPH
Reading, Pa.                 3.766 ET, 325.30 MPH

2010

Gainesville, Fla.                        3.803 ET, 318.09 MPH
Las Vegas                    3.881 ET, 316.60 MPH
Topeka, Kan.                3.785 ET, 321.96 MPH
Bristol, Tenn.                3.856 ET, 314.24 MPH
Morrison, Colo.             3.961 ET, 286.19 MPH

2009

Pomona, Calif.              3.708 ET, No Speed
Baytown, Texas                        3.819 ET, 316.75 MPH
Topeka, Kan.                3.841 ET, 315.71 MPH
Joliet, Ill.                      3.826 ET, 317.94 MPH
Morrison, Colo.             3.862 ET, 315.05 MPH
Reading, Pa.                 3.854 ET, 315.71 MPH
Clermont, Ind.               3.835 ET, 319.22 MPH

2008

Pomona, Calif.              4.495 ET, 330.07 MPH
Englishtown, N.J.          4.502 ET, 326.24 MPH
Sonoma, Calif.              3.805 ET, 316.45 MPH

PSM

2006

Commerce, Ga.

2005

Englishtown, N.J.

2004

Madison, Ill.
Brainerd, Minn.
Reading, Pa.

2001

Gainesville, Fla.
Baytown, Texas
Englishtown, N.J.
Madison, Ill.
Morrison, Colo.
Brainerd, Minn.

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