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Hey, how was your Valentine's Day? How about those New England Timberlakes? And for that matter those Carolina Nipples? Is this a sick show or what? Anyway, on the subject of sick here is the February quiz.

1. The late Blaine Johnson won four NHRA Alcohol Dragster world
championships. He went Top Fuel and replacing him as the World Champion in 1994 was:
A.) Tom Conway
B.) Gary Taylor
C.) Jay Payne
D:) Chuck Baird
2. The last winner of Top Fuel at the Cajun Nationals (1990) was:
A.) Gary Ormsby
B.) Kenny Bernstein
C.) Pat Austin
D.) Gene Snow
3. The first Top Fuel winner of the annual (NHRA) Keystone Nationals in 1986
A.) Darrell Gwynn
B.) Dick LaHaie
C.) Dennis Forcelle
D.) Mike Dunn
4. The last Top Fuel winner at the (1992) NHRA LeGrandnational Molson was:
A.) Pat Austin
B.) Kenny Bernstein
C.) Joe Amato
D.) Don Prudhomme
5. The first NHRA Super Gas World Champion was:
A.) Sheldon Gecker
B.) Tommy Costales
C.) Sherman Adcock Jr.
D.) Steve Eckard

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Last Month's Quiz

In a last-minute upset, Brian Lihani wins our February quiz with a best four out of five answers correct. Congratulations!

  1. Based on the above, the first 7.6-second run was a 7.69 at Atco, New
    Jersey on July 24, 1982. Who was the driver? B.) Warren Johnson (WJ Starfire)

  2. The first 7-second match-race Pro Stock time was turned in June of 1978
    at another New Jersey track, Raceway Park in Englishtown. The time was a 7.99
    and the driver was ... A.) Don Nicholson

  3. Kurt Johnson ran the first legal NHRA Pro Stock "6" at the
    Summernationals in Englishtown. What was the year? B.) 1994

  4. Who won Pro Stock at the first NHRA Mile-High Nationals back in 1979? C.) Randy Humphrey

  5. The first 7.1-second NHRA Pro Stock time was run at the 1990 Chief
    Nationals at the Texas Motorplex. The driver was ... D.) Darrell Alderman
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