NHRA Reading Results: Doug Kalitta FINALLY Reaches 50-Win Plateau in Top Fuel

Top Fuel’s Doug Kalitta picked up his milestone 50th career win on Monday at Maple Grove Raceway, earning his first victory in nearly three years after driving past Steve Torrence in the final round of the 38th annual Pep Boys NHRA Nationals, the first race in the NHRA Countdown to the Championship playoffs.

Robert Hight (Funny Car), Matt Hartford (Pro Stock) and Matt Smith (Pro Stock Motorcycle) also won the 16th of 21 races during the 2023 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season, and the first of six events in the Countdown to the Championship playoffs. The points lead changed hands in every class this weekend as well, with three of the four winners (Hight, Hartford and Smith) taking over the top spot.

Top Fuel

Kalitta powered past Torrence with a run of 3.662-seconds at 336.99 mph in his 11,000-horsepower Mac Tools dragster to open the Countdown to the Championship playoffs, picking up his first win since October of 2020 in St. Louis. Kalitta knocked off Josh Hart, Shawn Langdon and Leah Pruett on Sunday before inclement weather pushed the final round to Monday.

nhra reading results: doug kalitta finally reaches 50-win plateau in top fuel

Doug Kalitta notched his 50th career win and moved into contention for a championship on Monday at Maple Grove.

After a wild ride in the final round of qualifying, Kalitta was forced to go his backup car, but that didn’t stop the veteran, who made the fastest run of his career in the final round to get the memorable victory. He also jumped to third in points to kick off the Countdown to the Championship in style.

“This is huge. To get that monkey off my back and get that 50th win, now we can concentrate on the next five (playoff) races,” Kalitta said. “Getting this victory, that’s been big on my list. It was a great job for my team and I’m real proud of their effort. To run like that and go in the 60s in the final, it shows their talent and I couldn’t be happier. I love running here and my guys worked their tails off. It never hurts to have a thrash and I’m just really proud of this team.”

Torrence took over the points lead with his fifth trip to the finals this year and 86th overall. He beat Mike Salinas, Antron Brown and Tony Schumacher and now leads Justin Ashley by seven points.

Funny Car

In his 100th career Funny Car final round, Hight made it one to remember, picking up his 64th victory thanks to an incredible pass of 3.854 at 330.39 in his Cornwell Tools/AAA Chevrolet Camaro SS to defeat Chad Green in the championship round. It also sent Hight into the lead by three points over Ron Cappas, as the three-time world champion won at Maple Grove Raceway for the second straight year to kick off the Countdown to the Championship.

nhra reading results: doug kalitta finally reaches 50-win plateau in top fuel

Robert Hight’s win on Monday put him into the points lead in Funny Car.

It was also Hight’s third win this season, as the veteran raced past Jim Campbell, Matt Hagan and Capps to get to the finals, posting a string of incredible runs during eliminations. His thrilling win against Hagan, where Hight went 3.852, came by a mere.001, and he went 3.861 against Capps before taking down Green to celebrate for the third time in 2023.

“This car is running good at the right time and we did exactly what we needed to do today,” Hight said. “But we have to stay focused on the task at hand. We learned a lot of things, but we have to keep working and keep our heads down because it’s not going to get any easier. You’re probably going to have to win three, maybe four times in the Countdown to win a championship, so we can’t get too carried away yet. It was a job well done by this team this weekend and we’re excited about that, but it takes major work to win a championship.

“That race against Hagan, when it’s that close, it can go in either direction. You’ve got to be mentally prepared and ready against all these guys. We’re thrilled to win and we can use it as a confidence-builder, but we have to continue to work hard.”

Green reached his second final round this season, also moving to fifth in points, thanks to round wins against Terry Haddock, Tim Wilkerson and No. 1 qualifier Bob Tasca III.

Pro Stock

Pro Stock’s Matt Hartford overcame all sorts of adversity leading into the race and then during the weekend, but ended up with the points lead for the first time in his career after beating Kyle Koretsky in the final round with a run of 6.532 at 208.91 in his Total Seal/CIP1 Camaro.

He won his second straight race in the process, but it didn’t come easy for the new points leader. Hartford had an appendectomy the Thursday after his U.S. Nationals victory, but was determined to be ready for the playoff opener in Reading. The team, though, struggled throughout qualifying, making a litany of changes throughout the weekend before coming alive during eliminations.

nhra reading results: doug kalitta finally reaches 50-win plateau in top fuel

Matt Hartford leads the Pro Stock points for the first time in his career.

He knocked off Greg Anderson, Camrie Caruso and defending world champ Erica Enders to reach the final round, getting past his KB Titan Racing teammate to win for the third time this season and eighth time in his career. Hartford leads Enders by 30 points with five races remaining, feeling plenty of satisfaction with the win and the journey to get there.

“The last week and a half has not been fun until today,” Hartford said. “Our team had to work harder this weekend than they have in years and they really pulled together. Things went our way and we had a really good day today. We’ve got a good car and a car that can run well in all conditions.

“It was a grueling weekend for everybody and the emotions were high. Our team never gave up and now there’s 20 win lights left in the year. If I just keep doing my job and keep my head on straight, I think we walk out of here with a white (world championship) hat after five more races.”

Koretsky, racing at the track his family owns, reached the championship round for the second time this season and eighth time overall thanks to round wins against Jerry Tucker, Aaron Stanfield and Troy Coughlin Jr.

Pro Stock Motorcycle

The weekend couldn’t have ended any better for defending Pro Stock Motorcycle world champion Matt Smith. He took down teammate Chip Ellis in the final round with a run of 6.807 at 198.50 on his Denso Auto Parts Suzuki. Coupled with Gaige Herrera’s surprising second-round defeat, it sent Smith into the points lead for the first time this season as he earned his second straight victory.

Chasing what would be a PSM record seventh world championship, Smith followed his Indy victory with a strong opening statement in the Countdown to the Championship.

He knocked off Chris Bostick, Marc Ingwersen and teammate Jianna Evaristo to reach the final round and picked up his 38th career victory a round later. With five races remaining, Smith now holds a 17-point lead over Herrera.

nhra reading results: doug kalitta finally reaches 50-win plateau in top fuel

Matt Smith is the new points leader in Pro Stock Motorcycle.

“Today was exciting. We’ve won races on Monday before and we pulled it off today,” Smith said. “All in all, we had a great weekend. Personally, my bike still isn’t the bike I need out here to win a seventh championship. We just have to get my bike better. My bike isn’t 60-footing the way it needs to. We know we have really good power, even though we qualified fourth, we’re still way behind.

“(But) we’ve won six championships because we play our cards right and we’re smart and we do what we need to do. We brought a fourth bike (to this race) and that was our goal. When you don’t have the best stuff, you have to bring other stuff in to try to learn. All in all, that’s why we brought that bike to Reading and Chip knocked out some people that we needed him to knock out.”

Ellis, who qualified second and was hired by Matt Smith Racing to ride a team bike during the Countdown, took down Cory Reed, Eddie Krawiec and Hector Arana Jr. to reach the championship round.


Final finish order (1-16) at the 38th annual Pep Boys NHRA Nationals at Maple Grove Raceway. The race is the 16th of 21 events in the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series.


1. Doug Kalitta; 2. Steve Torrence; 3. Leah Pruett; 4. Tony Schumacher; 5. Justin Ashley; 6. Antron Brown; 7. Shawn Langdon; 8. Brittany Force; 9. Austin Prock; 10. Mike Salinas; 11. Doug Foley; 12. Josh Hart; 13. Jacob Opatrny; 14. Clay Millican; 15. Dan Mercier; 16. Scott Farley.


1. Robert Hight; 2. Chad Green; 3. Bob Tasca III; 4. Ron Capps; 5. Matt Hagan; 6. Alexis DeJoria; 7. John Force; 8. Tim Wilkerson; 9. J.R. Todd; 10. Terry Haddock; 11. Alex Laughlin; 12. Cory Lee; 13. Blake Alexander; 14. Cruz Pedregon; 15. Dave Richards; 16. Jim Campbell.


1. Matt Hartford; 2. Kyle Koretsky; 3. Troy Coughlin Jr.; 4. Erica Enders; 5. Aaron Stanfield; 6. Bo Butner; 7. Cristian Cuadra; 8. Camrie Caruso; 9. Dallas Glenn; 10. Fernando Cuadra Jr.; 11. Greg Anderson; 12. Jerry Tucker; 13. Chris McGaha; 14. Val Smeland; 15. Deric Kramer; 16. Eric Latino.


1. Matt Smith; 2. Chip Ellis; 3. Jianna Evaristo; 4. Hector Arana Jr; 5. Eddie Krawiec; 6. Angie Smith; 7. Gaige Herrera; 8. Marc Ingwersen; 9. John Hall; 10. Cory Reed; 11. Chris Bostick; 12. Ron Tornow; 13. Kelly Clontz; 14. Steve Johnson; 15. Chase Van Sant.

Final Round Results

MOHNTON, Pa. — Monday’s final results from the 38th annual Pep Boys NHRA Nationals at Maple Grove Raceway. The race is the 16th of 21 in the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series:

Top Fuel — Doug Kalitta, 3.662 seconds, 336.99 mph def. Steve Torrence, 3.695 seconds, 332.34 mph.

Funny Car — Robert Hight, Chevy Camaro, 3.854, 330.39 def. Chad Green, Ford Mustang, 3.928, 327.27.

Pro Stock — Matt Hartford, Chevy Camaro, 6.532, 208.91 def. Kyle Koretsky, Camaro, 7.133, 208.26.

Pro Stock Motorcycle — Matt Smith, Suzuki, 6.807, 198.50 def. Chip Ellis, EBR, 6.727, 199.37.

Top Alcohol Dragster — Tony Stewart, 5.213, 271.19 def. Madison Payne, 5.253, 276.69.

Top Alcohol Funny Car — Sean Bellemeur, Chevy Camaro, 5.462, 266.27 def. Matt Gill, Camaro, 5.514, 265.80.

Competition Eliminator — Steve Szupka, Dragster, 7.723, 127.38 def. Mark Hopkins, Chevy Beretta, Foul – Red Light.

Super Stock — Dan Fletcher, Chevy Camaro, 9.732, 135.21 def. Michael Iacono, Camaro, 9.823, 132.78.

Stock Eliminator — Joe Santangelo, Chevy Camaro, 10.625, 120.76 def. Kenneth Miele, Ford Mustang, 8.476, 160.10.

Super Comp — Chase Fahnestock, Dragster, 8.920, 167.97 def. Ed McCleaft, Dragster, 8.913, 171.47.

Super Gas — Keith Mayers, Porshe, 9.938, 146.65 def. Bill Trum, Chevy Camaro, 9.948, 144.23.

Top Sportsman — George Forster, Chevy Monte Carlo, 7.487, 181.76 def. Michel Bastien, Dodge Daytona, 7.015, 198.23.

Top Dragster — Vince Musolino, Dragster, 6.563, 192.17 def. James Glenn, Dragster, 7.315, 179.80.

Factory Stock Showdown — Aaron Stanfield, Chevy Camaro, 7.671, 165.46 def. Del Holbrook, Ford Mustang, 9.845, 128.11.

Junior Dragster Shootout — Greyson St. Jean, Bos, 9.031, 73.58 def. Maddox Mason, Halfscale, Foul – Red Light.

Round-by-Round Results

Final round-by-round results from the 38th annual Pep Boys NHRA Nationals at Maple Grove Raceway, the 16th of 21 events in the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series:


ROUND ONE — Tony Schumacher, 3.701, 330.88 def. Austin Prock, 3.716, 329.91; Leah Pruett, 4.362, 254.66 def. Clay Millican, 5.910, 103.63; Shawn Langdon, 3.723, 333.82 def. Dan Mercier, 6.159, 104.15; Doug Kalitta, 3.658, 335.73 def. Josh Hart, 3.783, 328.46; Justin Ashley, 6.496, 91.75 def. Scott Farley, Broke; Brittany Force, 3.714, 333.25 def. Jacob Opatrny, 4.328, 203.92; Steve Torrence, 3.701, 325.45 def. Mike Salinas, 3.739, 332.59; Antron Brown, 3.758, 322.96 def. Doug Foley, 3.771, 323.50;

QUARTERFINALS — Pruett, 3.744, 324.20 def. Force, 3.768, 317.05; Torrence, 3.690, 334.48 def. Brown, 3.728, 333.00; Schumacher, 3.716, 329.26 def. Ashley, 3.707, 333.41; Kalitta, 3.692, 329.58 def. Langdon, 3.733, 332.92;

SEMIFINALS — Kalitta, 3.684, 332.84 def. Pruett, 3.677, 333.33; Torrence, 3.685, 329.34 def. Schumacher, 4.420, 196.42;

FINAL — Kalitta, 3.662, 336.99 def. Torrence, 3.695, 332.34.


ROUND ONE — Tim Wilkerson, Ford Mustang, 3.900, 329.67 def. Alex Laughlin, Dodge Charger, 4.303, 294.88; Chad Green, Mustang, 5.309, 156.37 def. Terry Haddock, Mustang, Foul – Red Light; John Force, Chevy Camaro, 4.657, 277.37 def. Cruz Pedregon, Charger, 5.423, 131.19; Bob Tasca III, Mustang, 4.381, 198.38 def. Cory Lee, Mustang, 4.523, 211.66; Robert Hight, Camaro, 3.875, 331.20 def. Jim Campbell, Chevy Monte Carlo, 6.603, 98.93; Ron Capps, Toyota GR Supra, 3.903, 325.77 def. Dave Richards, Mustang, 6.589, 98.16; Matt Hagan, Charger, 3.871, 336.15 def. J.R. Todd, GR Supra, 3.930, 332.75; Alexis DeJoria, GR Supra, 3.879, 334.57 def. Blake Alexander, Mustang, 4.684, 179.23;

QUARTERFINALS — Green, 4.005, 277.94 def. Wilkerson, 12.626, 79.60; Hight, 3.852, 327.66 def. Hagan, 3.859, 335.48; Capps, 3.899, 326.40 def. Force, 3.953, 328.62; Tasca III, 3.867, 334.40 def. DeJoria, 3.904, 332.67;

SEMIFINALS — Green, 3.886, 330.23 def. Tasca III, 5.043, 159.17; Hight, 3.861, 330.31 def. Capps, 11.331, 59.00;

FINAL — Hight, 3.854, 330.39 def. Green, 3.928, 327.27.


ROUND ONE — Cristian Cuadra, Ford Mustang, 6.539, 210.31 def. Dallas Glenn, Chevy Camaro, Foul – Red Light; Bo Butner, Camaro, 6.556, 210.64 def. Fernando Cuadra Jr., Mustang, 6.547, 210.08; Kyle Koretsky, Camaro, 6.531, 209.07 def. Jerry Tucker, Camaro, 6.557, 209.04; Camrie Caruso, Camaro, 6.537, 209.36 def. Deric Kramer, Camaro, 10.932, 82.16; Matt Hartford, Camaro, 6.535, 209.49 def. Greg Anderson, Camaro, 6.555, 209.46; Aaron Stanfield, Camaro, 6.524, 210.90 def. Chris McGaha, Camaro, 6.583, 209.79; Troy Coughlin Jr., Camaro, 6.512, 210.08 def. Eric Latino, Camaro, Foul – Red Light; Erica Enders, Camaro, 6.497, 210.83 def. Val Smeland, Camaro, 6.604, 209.10;

QUARTERFINALS — Hartford, 6.542, 209.30 def. Caruso, 6.624, 186.77; Koretsky, 6.537, 208.65 def. Stanfield, 6.525, 209.36; Coughlin Jr., 6.510, 209.62 def. Butner, 6.545, 208.75; Enders, 6.503, 210.24 def. C. Cuadra, 6.555, 209.95;

SEMIFINALS — Koretsky, 6.557, 207.27 def. Coughlin Jr., 6.547, 209.04; Hartford, 6.541, 208.97 def. Enders, 25.511, 30.98;

FINAL — Hartford, 6.532, 208.91 def. Koretsky, 7.133, 208.26.


ROUND ONE — Gaige Herrera, Suzuki, 6.695, 202.24 was unopposed; Angie Smith, 6.779, 199.46 def. John Hall, 6.866, 196.04; Eddie Krawiec, Suzuki, 6.743, 201.04 def. Kelly Clontz, Suzuki, 7.046, 186.74; Chip Ellis, 6.766, 197.83 def. Cory Reed, Suzuki, 6.948, 189.87; Hector Arana Jr, 6.745, 199.11 def. Ron Tornow, 7.024, 183.47; Marc Ingwersen, 6.881, 193.77 def. Chase Van Sant, Suzuki, 8.318, 104.02; Matt Smith, Suzuki, 6.807, 199.67 def. Chris Bostick, Foul – Red Light; Jianna Evaristo, Suzuki, 6.853, 197.22 def. Steve Johnson, Suzuki, 7.727, 125.45;

QUARTERFINALS — M. Smith, 6.793, 200.26 def. Ingwersen, Foul – Red Light; Arana Jr, 6.745, 200.62 def. A. Smith, 6.808, 199.02; Ellis, 6.738, 201.46 def. Krawiec, 6.771, 200.83; Evaristo, 6.894, 196.44 def. Herrera, 7.069, 194.07;

SEMIFINALS — Ellis, 6.801, 198.32 def. Arana Jr, Foul – Red Light; M. Smith, 6.856, 198.20 def. Evaristo, 6.890, 196.04;

FINAL — M. Smith, 6.807, 198.50 def. Ellis, 6.727, 199.37.

Updated Points Standings

Point standings (top 10) following the 38th annual Pep Boys NHRA Nationals at Maple Grove Raceway, the 16th of 21 events in the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series –

Top Fuel

1. Steve Torrence, 2,189; 2. Justin Ashley, 2,182; 3. Doug Kalitta, 2,163; 4. Leah Pruett, 2,135; 5. Antron Brown, 2,133; 6. Brittany Force, 2,118; 7. Mike Salinas, 2,064; 8. Austin Prock, 2,058; 9. Tony Schumacher, 2,055; 10. Clay Millican, 2,050.

Funny Car

1. Robert Hight, 2,197; 2. Ron Capps, 2,194; 3. Bob Tasca III, 2,155; 4. Matt Hagan, 2,146; 5. Chad Green, 2,132; 6. Alexis DeJoria, 2,100; 7. J.R. Todd, 2,090; 8. Tim Wilkerson, 2,076; 9. John Force, 2,068; 10. Cruz Pedregon, 2,032.

Pro Stock

1. Matt Hartford, 2,194; 2. Erica Enders, 2,164; 3. Troy Coughlin Jr., 2,149; 4. Dallas Glenn, 2,141; 5. Kyle Koretsky, 2,118; 6. Aaron Stanfield, 2,108; 7. Deric Kramer, 2,091; 8. Greg Anderson, 2,073; 9. Camrie Caruso, 2,063; 10. Cristian Cuadra, 2,053.

Pro Stock Motorcycle

1. Matt Smith, 2,200; 2. Gaige Herrera, 2,183; 3. Hector Arana Jr, 2,156; 4. Eddie Krawiec, 2,116; 5. Angie Smith, 2,112; 6. Jianna Evaristo, 2,083; 7. Steve Johnson, 2,075; 8. Marc Ingwersen, 2,072; 9. Chase Van Sant, 2,067; 10. Kelly Clontz, 2,032.

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