Race Reports

Good vibes coming from the McLeod Clutches FTI Performance pit. Here’s to 4 W’s on this last race day of 2020. Thank you to all of you for the support throughout the wildest year of racing. Jim O and the boys are ready to be a player in some Championship upsets!

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The FTI Performance Funny Car suffered from tire spin near 150 ft, & Tasca was able to get the E1 win at the #SpringNats.  We've got one more chance to hoist a Wally this year, & our sights are set on the World Finals in Las Vegas next weekend!


Had a solid 3.932 @ 330.39 in E1, but came up a bit short to J.R.'s 3.881 @ 331. We've got a great racecar, just need a bit of luck on our side one of these days! We'll be back for more in Houston next weekend!


By Wearing a green NHRA hat for the first time in his Funny Car career, you could almost see the smile through Paul Lee’s mask on Saturday at brisk World Wide Technology Raceway in St. Louis.

After pushing through one rain delay after another – which put off qualifying nearly eight hours on Saturday – Lee made his lone run count, vaulting to the No. 1 spot under the lights with an impressive pass of 3.913-seconds at 326.95 in his 11,000-horsepower FTI Performance Dodge Charger at the NHRA Midwest Nationals in St. Louis.

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