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The latest update as of July 17, 2018

11th annual Good Vibrations Funny Car Nationals at Keystone Raceway Park

Our intrepid road-tripping photographer, Bob Snyder was at it again last weekend, flying across the country to Pennsylvania for the biggest alky flopper race in the country. As always, he was kind enough to provide us with some information and photos from his trip. We've got a heap of them to go through, but for tonight, here's the final rounds in the Blown and Injected categories.

NOTE: There were 28 cars pre-entered, but due to a "cavalcade of circumstances", the two-car "Boston Strangler" team was unable to make the trek down to Keystone from New England Dragway where they performed the previous weekend.


The 11th annual Good Vibrations Funny Car Nationals at Keystone Raceway Park, most likely the largest Alcohol Funny Car race of its kind in this era, went off Saturday with the legendary Bret Kepner as the guest announcer. A total of 26 funny cars battled for Injected and Supercharged bragging rights.


After two rounds of "all-run" passes, the Chicago-style final in Injected Funny Car saw Frank Barnard taking the win over Willie Johnson's 'No Money No Funny', 7.97 to a close, but losing, 8.03. (image left) The Blown final featured Chris Massarella's 'Total Insanity' Monza throwing a giant holeshot on Bill Walls, winning with a 7.03 (on the 7.00 index) while Walls in his 'Nitro Flyer 2' tried too hard to catch Chris with a breakout 6.87 e.t. (image right)