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Posted on 02/22/2010


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50 yrs. of NHRA Winternationals

50 yrs. of NHRA Winternationals
Scan of 8x10 hand out card I got in the pits at the Winternationals.
Don "The Snake" Prudhomme @ 1978 Winternationals

Prudhomme's Career Accomplishments:
49 victories (driver)
59 victories (owner)
Sixth winningest driver in NHRA history (49 wins)
Second winningest Funny Car driver in NHRA history (John Force)
Four NHRA championships (driver)
Two NHRA championships (owner)
1989 Skoal Showdown winner
Three Skoal Showdown wins as team owner (Ron Capps 1998-99, 2002)
Three Budweiser Shootout wins as team owner (Larry Dixon 1995, 2001-02)
First member of Cragar 5-Second Funny Car Club (5.98 seconds, Oct. 12, 1975, Ontario, Calif.)
First member of Crane Cams Funny Car 250-mph Club (250.00 mph, May 29, 1982, Baton Rouge, La.)
15th member of Cragar 4-Second Club (4.980 seconds, Feb. 2, 1991, Pomona, Calif.)
Third member of Slick 50 300-mph Club (301.60 mph, March 6, 1993, Baytown, Texas)
One of 13 drivers to have earned victories in both Top Fuel and Funny Car
2000 Inductee into Int’l Motorsports Hall of Fame
One of three driver/owners (John Force and Warren Johnson) to have reached 100 wins.
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