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The Results:
E1: 3.876 E.T. at 329.75 MPH defeated Terry Haddock 5.076 E.T. at 151.27 MPH
E2: 3.945 E.T. at 327.82 MPH defeated by Ron Capps 3.918 E.T. at 325.53 MPH

“Our last win came here, and we were kind of hoping this is where we were going to get over the hump this year because we need a win. I’ll take six runner-ups in the Countdown if that’s enough to win the championship, but we need to get a trophy. To go out there first round and run low E.T. and top speed of the weekend and then come back and just flat get outrun by the NAPA team in the second round, that’s kind of a testament to DSR teams and how hard we race one another. Most of the time, our toughest competition comes from within our own camp. That doesn’t make me feel better, because we came here to take the Infinite Hero Dodge Hellcat to four win lights. We’ll take the data and get ourselves prepared for Indy. That’s a marathon race, and there’s nothing more that this team wants than to go the distance at Indy.”

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August 28 – Sept 2

Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals
Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis
Indianapolis, IN

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2019 NHRA Schedule

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The 10 month, 24-race schedule travels coast-to-coast from February through November.


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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About Jack Beckman
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
Infinite Hero Foundation Custom Evaline Guitar Drawing

Infinite Hero Foundation Custom Evaline Guitar Drawing

Infinite Hero Foundation Custom Evaline JX Guitar

(Posted 06.24.19)
You could be the lucky owner of this completely hand carved, one-of-a-kind Infinite Hero Foundation custom designed Evaline JX guitar. This guitar was carved from poplar with a maple neck and fretboard with a carbon faux overlay complete with a GFS Lil Killer mini-humbucker pickup. The guitar will also be autographed by “Fast Jack”, Jack Beckman, is a professional drag racer in the NHRA funny car category, who is currently driving the Infinite Hero car. To learn more about the Evaline Guitar Co. and their commitment to superior handcraftsmanship visit http://www.evalineguitars.com

All proceeds from this drawing will support the mission of the Infinite Hero Foundation, to connect our military, veterans and military family members with innovative and effective treatment programs for service related injuries.


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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