Jack Beckman t f

Doug Chandler’s
Infinite Hero Foundation

Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat
Funny Car

Doug Chandler’s
Infinite Hero Foundation Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat
Funny Car



Infinite Hero Foundation Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat Funny Car


• Residence: Norco, Calif.
• Hometown: Granada Hills, Calif.
• Date of birth: June 28, 1966
• Wife: Jenna
• Children: Jason, Layla 
• Height/weight: 6-foot-0, 185 pounds
• Hobbies: surfing, automotive mechanics
• On the Internet: twitter.com/fastjackbeckman, facebook.com/fastjackbeckman, Instagram/fastjackbeckman_fc


• Category: NHRA Funny Car
• Sponsor/car: Infinite Hero Foundation Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat sponsored by Doug Chandler
• Crew chiefs: Dean Antonelli and John Medlen
• Team owner: Don Schumacher
• NHRA world championships 2 (Funny Car 2012, Super Comp 2003)
• NHRA professional event titles: 31
• NHRA professional final rounds: 67
• Career No. 1 qualifying positions: 28
• Career best elapsed time: 3.825 second (Pomona 2, 2016)
• Career-best speed: 335.57-mph (Las Vegas 2, 2017)


• Owns two NHRA world championships: Funny Car in 2012 and Sportsman Super Comp in 2003
• On May 2, 2013, was presented with the U.S. Air Force Wall of Achievers honor in Enlisted Heritage Hall at Gunter Annex of Maxwell Air Force Base in Montgomery, Ala. Heritage Hall presents tributes to enlisted men and women who have contributed to the growth and development of the United States Air Force. Among former enlisted airmen receiving the honor including President George W. Bush, Brigadier General Chuck Yeager, singers Johnny Cash and Gene Autry, actor Charlton Heston and comedian Flip Wilson.
• The City of Norco, Calif., presented Beckman with the Key to City on Aug. 10, 2013, and declared the day “Fast Jack Beckman Day” to honor its resident for racing accomplishments and work as a national spokesman for the Chemotherapy: Myths or Facts campaign.
• Has been licensed in 12 different NHRA competition categories
• Consultant for Frank Hawley’s NHRA Drag Racing School where he taught more than 7,000 students
• Former sergeant in U.S. Air Force
• Cancer survivor

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