DSR Houston
Post-Race Report

The MD Anderson Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat

The Results:
5.321 E.T. at 137.23 MPH defeated by Bob Tasca III 3.949 E.T. at 316.60 MPH

“This (first round loss) is a little bit of a gut check. It hurts for a couple of reasons. One is for MD Anderson, that’s a one-race-only deal and despite the fact that we didn’t achieve what we wanted to on the track, we did some real positive things for cancer research and I’m proud of that. But once the helmet goes on, your goal is to win the race and we’ve got a great car right now. We don’t know what happened. We had a breakage in the bottom end there and we’re going to have to find out what caused it. When you’re running well, you have to strike while the iron’s hot. To lose when we know we have this good of a race car, it’s tough. That being said, that’s why we get 24 shots at this a year. We’ll regroup, we’ll figure out what went wrong, see if we can prevent that from happening again and we’ll go back to four-wide and take that trophy.”

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About Jack Beckman

…overjoyed at the fact that I am now in my twelfth year of remission, have a gorgeous wife and two perfect children, and have the job that I’d always dreamed of.

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Survivor's Story

Survivor's Story

Driving a 330+mph Top Fuel dragster isn’t the most courageous thing Jack Beckman has ever done. In fact, it isn’t even a close second.

In 2003, Beckman achieved a life long dream when he won the NHRA Lucas Oil Super Comp national championship. However, his celebration was short lived as he soon began experiencing health problems that were ultimately diagnosed as high grade level 3B lymphoma, a cancer that had invaded his body from
hip to neck.

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Introducing the 2019 Infinite Hero Foundation Challenge Coin

The 2019 Infinite Hero Foundation challenge coin pays tribute to the U.S. Air Force. The goal of the IHF is to release a series of coins honoring the various branches of the U.S. Military. The Foundation has chosen to kick-off this special series of coins with a challenge coin in honor of Jack Beckman, former sergeant in the U.S. Air Force.

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Introducing the 2019 Infinite Hero Foundation Challenge Coin

Since the Infinite Hero Foundation Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat hit the track at the sixth event of the season near Houston in April 2014, Beckman has been the pitchman for educating the NHRA community on the foundation and cultivating funds via the sale of Infinite Hero challenge coins.



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