Jun. 1, 2014; Englishtown, NJ, USA; NHRA funny car driver Cruz Pedregon (near) defeats Del Worsham in the funny car final round of the Summernationals at Raceway Park. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

NHRA: Toyota Summernationals final results from Old Bridge Township Raceway Park

The 2014 Toyota Summernationals from Old Bridge Township Raceway Park in Englishtown, New Jersey started with Cruz Pedregon setting the record for the quickest Funny Car run in history on Friday night (3.959 seconds), and ended with Pedregon and other top racers earning a spot in the winner’s circle on Sunday.

Richie Crampton (3.819 seconds, 320.51 mph) became the 100th different winner of a Top Fuel final by defeating Doug Kalitta (3.848 seconds, 317.34 mph).

After the final, Crampton celebrated with The Wally (winner’s trophy named after NHRA founder Wally Parks), and a Mello Yello drink, courtesy of @NHRA:

Cruz Pedregon (Toyota Camry, 4.126 seconds, 301.33 mph) defeated Del Worsham (Toyota Camry, 4.189 seconds, 296.70 mph) to win the Funny Car final. Pedregon has 35 career victories, and is tied for fourth all-time with Don Prudhomme. Pedregon celebrated in style after the final, courtesy of @NHRA:  

Jeg Coughlin Jr. (Dodge Dart, 6.510 seconds, 213.94 mph) defeated Greg Anderson (Chevy Camaro, 10.314 seconds, 88.65 mph) his 58th career Pro Stock victory.

Coughlin Jr. was a big fan of the perfect conditions, courtesy of @NHRA:

Andrew Hines (Harley-Davidson, 6.828 seconds, 196.56 mph) defeated Eddie Krawiec (Harley-Davidson, 6.837 seconds, 196.30 mph) to win the Pro Stock Motorcycle Wally. Hines is proud to be back on top of the points standings after a lackluster 2013 season, courtesy of @NHRA:

 

NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Championship Points Standings.

Final results provided by the Associated Press.

 

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