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Challenger Drag Pak Drivers Aim To Maintain Factory Stock Showdown Dominance:

Joe Welch's Challenger Drag Pak Is Ready To Go...

Mopar Dodge Challenger Drag Pak drivers will see their first NHRA Factory Stock Showdown competition since a historically dominant performance at the NHRA Norwalk, Ohio, event in late June, in which Drag Pak racers swept the top four qualifying spots and claimed victory in the first-ever all-Mopar Dodge Factory Stock final round.

Mark Pawuk launching his Dodge Challenger Drag Pak. (Mopar).

Don Schumacher Racing (DSR) Mopar Dodge Challenger Drag Pak drivers Mark Pawuk, runner-up at Norwalk, and Leah Pritchett, who will again pull double-duty in Top Fuel and Factory Stock, are seeking their first class wins. Joe Welch, owner of back-to-back Factory Stock wins, will go for three in a row at Indy. Pro Stock champion Allen Johnson raced to the quarterfinals at Norwalk, his best outing since his transition to Factory Stock, and will look to advance deeper in the field. Geoff Turk made history in his Drag Pak earlier this year by becoming the first driver to break into the seven-second range in a Factory Stock car and will also return to action at the U.S. Nationals.

Joe Welch’s Dodge Challenger Drag Pak damaged after his crash a few weeks ago. (Jason Dietsch).

We are happy to say that Joe Welch’s Challenger Drag Pak has been repaired after it’s crash at the NMCA/NMRA Super Bowl in Joliet, Illinois three weeks ago.

Joe Welch’s Dodge Challenger Drag Pak fixed after his crash a few weeks ago. (Jason Dietsch).

 

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