2020 AAA Texas NHRA FallNationals

Ennis, TX – The 2020 AAA Texas NHRA FallNationals were contested under nearly perfect race conditions throughout the entire weekend. At the end of the day on Sunday, Steve Torrence, Jack Beckman, Matt Hartford and Larose, LA’s Jerry Savoie took home the wins in the four professional categories. A strong contingent of Louisiana racers made their presence felt in a number of the sportsman categories. Raceland’s Holden Laris pulled double duty, advance to the semi-finals in both Super Comp and Top Dragster. Randal Andras of Morgan City continued his domination of the Top Fuel Harley category, winning his fifth race of the season, wrapping up the season championship in the process. For complete race coverage, log onto https://www.nhra.com/nhra

Metairie’s Craig Bourgeois powered his A/ND to a number 10 qualifying position before falling to Taylor Chomiski by .06 seconds in round one of eliminations.

Marrero’s Mark Jones advanced to the second round in Top Dragster were he narrowly missed a perfect reaction time, red lighting by a mere .001 seconds
Leah Pruett, seen here getting ready for her round one matchup with Scott Palmer, bounced back from a horrific crash in St. Louis to advance to the second round this weekend.
The White Alligator Racing team from Cut Off, LA celebrates after their rider Jerry Savoie took home another title from the AAA Fallnationals.
Raceland’s Holden Laris had plenty to smile about as he advanced to the semi-finals in both Super Comp and Top Dragster
Steve Torrence claimed yet another win in Top Fuel, defeating his father Billy in the final. Torrence extended his points lead over Doug Kalitta with only two races remaining in the Camping World NHRA season.
Jerry Savoie of Cut Off rode his White Alligator Racing Suzuki to the win in Pro Stock Motorcycle with a 6.91, 191mph victory over Joey Gladstone in the final
Brad Plourd drove his uinique AA/AM altered to a convincing win in Competition Eliminator. His 6,27, 216mph run in the final took down Don Thomas in his B/ED
Wayne Landry brought his Top Dragster to Ennis from St. Bernard. Landry advanced to the second round of competition.
Jack Beckman blasted to a win in Funny Car, taking down teammate Matt Hagan in the final 3.90 – 328 mph to Hagan’s 3.94 – 324 mph.
Raceland’s Ross Laris fouled out in round one of Super Comp
Matt Hartford claimed his second career win in Pro Stock.
Scott Spies, crew chief for the Raceland, La based Laris Racing Team, makes a last minute adjustment to Holden Laris’ car.