Kris Krabill will begin the 2014 series behind the wheel of the Austin and Obrien Nitro Funny Car. The 2013 season saw a 3rd place finish for the team. The team is currently building a new Gen 3 chassis from Victory Race Cars.
Kris sits only 26 points behind points behind leader Jason Ruppert going into the final race of the season at the California Hot Rod Reunion. Come out at see the action Oct. 18-20.
Kris Krabill can break the record for most wins in AA/FC this weekend at the race. Kris is tied with John Force with 3 wins.
Kris was honored to be a part of the Northwest Cacklefest in the Dailey and Johnson 1965 front engine dragster.
Kris Krabill secured the points lead with a runner up finish against Jason Ruppert. Ruppert won with a 5.78 at 251mph charge to Krabill’s violent tire shake loss.
On July 19th, Kris will be heading to Mission,Canada to race the third stop on the NHRA Heritage Series Championship.
The reigning Pepsi Nightfire winner earned the AA/Funny Car title by driving the Bucky Austin 1978 Trans Am to a winning 5.85 seconds time at 245.63 miles per hour. The Anaheim, Calif. driver defeated Dan Horan Jr., who redlighted in the final, finishing at 5.91-246.64.
See Kris go after the March Meet title March7-10th in McFarland, Ca. He will competing with over 40 competitors for the 16 car field.
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The new Austin and Obrien Firebird is ready to hit the strip this weekend to test for the 55th running of the March Meet.