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Accomplishments

1970: Don Schumacher wins the first NHRA Wally for DSR in Indianapolis

1999: Tony Schumacher wins DSR’s first Top Fuel Wally at Dallas

1999: Tony Schumacher wins DSR’s first Top Fuel World Championship

2003: Tony Schumacher and Whit Bazemore win TF and FC in Chicago marking DSR’s first double-up victory

2003: Antron Brown wins DSR's first Pro Stock Motorcycle Wally in Brainerd

2004: Tony Schumacher, Gary Scelzi and Angelle Sampey win in Reading, bringing home DSR’s first triple-up victory

2005: Jeg Coughlin Jr. wins DSR’s first Pro Stock Wally in Pomona

2005: Tony Schumacher and Gary Scelzi win the TF and FC World Championship. Marking DSR’s first double-up Championship

2007: Tony Schumacher wins trophy No. 100 for DSR in Seattle

 2013: Antron Brown wins trophy No. 200 for DSR in Gainesville

2017: Antron Brown wins trophy No. 300 for DSR in Las Vegas

2018: Leah Pruett wins DSR’s first Factory Stock Showdown Wally from the pole in Indy

2018: Leah Pruett wins the Sam Tech Factory Stock Showdown Series Championship bringing home DSR’s first championship in the class

2020: Matt Hagan wins trophy No. 350 for DSR in Indy

NHRA Firsts Accomplished by DSR

Matt Hagan was the first Funny Car driver to crack into the 3-second barrier when he completed a run of 3.995 in 2011 at Charlotte

Matt Hagan was the first Funny Car driver to break the 3.8-second barrier when he completed a run of 3.879 seconds at Brainerd in 2015

At the 2015 St. Louis event, Matt Hagan was the first Funny Car driver to reach 330 mph on a 1,000-foot racetrack

Matt Hagan was the first Funny Car driver to reach 335 mph (2016, Topeka)

Tony Schumacher leads the Top Fuel class in 11 different categories:

Total NHRA Series Championships: 84

Consecutive NHRA Series Championships: Six

Event wins: 84

Event Wins in a single season: 15 in 2008

Consecutive victories in a single season: 7 in 2008

Round wins: 842

Round wins in a single season: 76 in 2008

Consecutive round wins in a single season: 31 in 2008

Final rounds in a single season: 18 in 2008

Consecutive final rounds: 11 in 2008

No. 1 qualifiers: 87

Qualifying streaks: 267 beginning with Topeka 2003

DSR Totals

Total Number of Wins: 366

Total Double-Up Wins: 68

Total Number of DSR Triple-Up Wins: 2

Total Championships: 19

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