NHRA Northwest Nationals Event Information

33nd annual Flav·R·Pac NHRA Northwest Nationals

The Flav·R·Pac NHRA Northwest Nationals is the 16th of 24 events in the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series. Drivers in three categories – Top Fuel, Funny Car and Pro Stock – earn points leading to 2020 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series world championships. The NHRA Lucas Oil Series also will be featured at this event.

WHERE: Pacific Raceways, Kent, Wash. The track is located 10 miles east of Interstate 5 on Highway 18. From I-5, use Exit 142A (Auburn exit) and travel east 10 miles on Highway 18, following the signs to the track. From other points, use Highway 18 and exit S.E. 304th St. or S.E. 312th St.

COURSE:   Championship drag strip; Track elevation is 280 feet above sea level; Track direction is east to west.

WHEN: Friday through Sunday, July 31st – Aug 2nd.


  • Renewals
  • Upgrade/Seat Relocation
  • Public On-Sale

2020 Flav·R·Pac NHRA NW National Event Schedule (not yet published)

 July 31, 2020 Pacific Time
August 1, 2020  

Top Fuel – Austin Prock
Funny Car – John Force
Pro Stock – Matt Hartford
Top Alcohol Dragster – Shawn Cowie
Top Alcohol Funny Car – Chris Marshall
Competition Eliminator – Brian Hyerstay
Super Stock – Kyle Rizzoli
Stock Eliminator – Andy Morris
Super Comp – Randy Beck
Super Gas – Michael Dalrymple
Super Street – Matt Kielman
Top Sportsman – Doug Bracey
Top Dragster – Jeff Havens
Top Fuel Harley – Doug Vancil
West Coast Grudge – Ben Mills

John Force, 8, FC; (bio)
Bob Glidden, 6, PS; (bio)
Joe Amato, 5, TF; (bio)
Warren Johnson, 4, PS; (bio)
Tony Schumacher, 4, TF. (bio)

Top Fuel – 3.685 sec. by Antron Brown, Aug. ‘16; 330.47 mph by Steve Torrence, Aug. ‘16.
Funny Car – 3.832 sec. by Del Worsham, Aug. ’16; 334.15 mph by Jack Beckman, Aug. ‘16.
Pro Stock – 6.488 sec. and 213.40 mph by Chris McGaha, Aug. ‘15.

Top Fuel
3.628 sec. by Clay Millican, Feb. ’18, Pomona, Calif.;
336.57 mph by Tony Schumacher, Feb. ‘18, Phoenix

Funny Car
3.793 sec. by Robert Hight, Aug. ’17, Brainerd;
339.87 mph by Robert Hight, July ’17, Sonoma, Calif.

Pro Stock
6.455 sec. by Jason Line, March ’15, Charlotte, N.C.;
215.55 mph by Erica Enders, May ’14, Englishtown N.J.