2022 Texas NHRA Fallnationals – Ennis, TX – October 13-16

Ennis TX – Full fields and stellar competition were on display at the 2022 Texas NHRA Fallnationals. Louisiana racers were out in force and several had a very successful weekend. The biggest winner was Ponchatoula’s Adam Hickey who took home the Wally in Competition Eliminator. The win catapulted Hickey into the top spot of the season long Division 4 Comp Eliminator Bonus Fund standings earning him a cool $100,000. Jerry Savoie and Robert Cool also had strong outings with Savoie claiming runner up honors in Pro Stock Motorcycle and Cool finishing in the runner up spot in Top Dragster. Complete coverage of the race can be found at NHRA.com

Ponchatoula’s Adam Hickey claimed the Competition Eliminator title and in the process laid claim to the $100,000 Division 4 Comp Eliminator Bonus Fund top prize.
Jerry Savoie of Cut Off raced to a runner up finish in Pro Stock Motorcycle.
St. Amant’s Cole Prejean drove his 2005 Pontiac to a semi-final finish in Top Sportsman.
Ron Capps racked up another win in his Napa Funny Car.
Top Fuel racer Mike Salinas (l) celebrated his daughter Jasmine’s win in Top Alcohol Dragster along with his other daughter, PSM racer Jianna.
The Top Fuel final featured two of the “young guns” of the sport with Justin Ashley(near lane) getting the better of Austin Prock.
Two of the winningest drivers in Pro Stock history squared off in the final with Erica Enders (near lane) getting the best of Greg Anderson to collect her 8th win of the year.
Bossier City’s Aaron Stanfield collected the win in the Factory Stock Showdown class. He also drove to a semi-final finish in Pro Stock.
Jerry Savoie (r), his brother Cory (l) and other members of the Savoie family served up fried alligator on Saturday following qualifying.
Metairie’s Craig Bourgeois raced to a semi-final finish in Comp Eliminator
The Napa crew celebrated yet another Funny Car win by their driver Ron Capps.
Pro Stock rookie Camrie Caruso bowed out of competition in the first round with a red light.
Metairie’s LE Tonglet made a rare appearance in PSM but failed to crack the tough 16 bike field.
#2 qualifier Clay Millican warms up his Top Fuel dragster under the watchful eye of crew chief Jim Oberhofer.
Shawn Langdon raced to a semi-final finish in his Kalitta Motorsports Top Fuel dragster.
(L-R) Ron Capps, Justin Ashley, Hector Arana Jr and Erica Enders share the post race winner’s circle