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October 28, 1994 | SHAV GLICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Frank Bradley was a driver before he turned to tuning the engines of top-fuel dragsters. He won the first and last races of his top-fuel career at Pomona--the 1976 and 1991 Winternationals. Last July, when owner Darrell Gwynn found that trying to be a chief mechanic from a wheelchair was too taxing, Bradley joined the La Victoria team as head tuner for Mike Dunn's car. Bradley made some changes in the fuel system and Dunn, a Southern Californian now living in Mount Joy, Pa.
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October 28, 1994 | SHAV GLICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Frank Bradley was a driver before he turned to tuning the engines of top-fuel dragsters. He won the first and last races of his top-fuel career at Pomona--the 1976 and 1991 Winternationals. Last July, when owner Darrell Gwynn found that trying to be a chief mechanic from a wheelchair was too taxing, Bradley joined the La Victoria team as head tuner for Mike Dunn's car. Bradley made some changes in the fuel system and Dunn, a Southern Californian now living in Mount Joy, Pa.
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January 9, 1992 | SHAV GLICK
Scott Geoffrion, one of the most promising young talents in drag racing, was named Wednesday to replace pro stock champion Darrell Alderman in the class-dominating Wayne County Speed Shops Dodge Daytona. Geoffrion, 26, of Huntington Beach, will make his debut at the Pomona Fairplex when the National Hot Rod Assn. opens its 32nd drag racing season in three weeks with the Winternationals. Alderman, a two-time pro stock champion from Morehead, Ky.
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January 9, 1992 | SHAV GLICK
Scott Geoffrion, one of the most promising young talents in drag racing, was named Wednesday to replace pro stock champion Darrell Alderman in the class-dominating Wayne County Speed Shops Dodge Daytona. Geoffrion, 26, of Huntington Beach, will make his debut at the Pomona Fairplex when the National Hot Rod Assn. opens its 32nd drag racing season in three weeks with the Winternationals. Alderman, a two-time pro stock champion from Morehead, Ky.
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August 24, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Joe Amato, Cruz Pedregon and Bob Glidden won at the National Hot Rod Assn. Champion Auto Stores Nationals at Brainerd (Minn.) International Raceway. Amato won top fuel with a quarter-mile time of 5.029 seconds at 281.16 m.p.h. to defeat Eddie Hill, whose dragster's blower exploded when he hit the throttle at the line. Glidden used a time of 7.272 seconds at 187.42 m.p.h. to edge Scott Geoffrion at 7.399 seconds for the pro stock title. Pedregon drove 5.251 seconds at 278.98 m.p.h.
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September 7, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Eddie Hill of Wichita Falls, Tex., was the top qualifier for today's top fuel final at the 38th NHRA U.S. Nationals at Indianapolis Raceway. Hill had a track-record time of 4.824 seconds and a speed of 287.17 m.p.h. Kenny Bernstein of Dallas was second with a time 4.860 and a speed at 301.20, second fastest in history. Bernstein is the only driver to surpass the 300-m.p.h. mark, and he has done it three times.
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September 20, 1992
Cory McClenathan of Anaheim drove the fastest quarter-mile in drag racing history during qualifying for today's finals of the $937,750 Sunoco Keystone Nationals at Mohnton, Pa. McClenathan, 29, had an elapsed time of 4.799 seconds and a speed of 295.46 m.p.h. to lead a Top Fuel field of 16. The 4.799 surpassed the previous mark of 4.801, set by Eddie Hill earlier this year at Gainesville, Fla.
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March 22, 1987 | Associated Press
Darrell Gwynn posted the quickest elapsed time in drag racing history Saturday as qualifying concluded for today's Gatornationals at Gainesville Raceway. Gwynn, 25, of Miami, drove his Top Fuel dragster through the quarter mile in 5.220 seconds, reaching a speed of 271.82 m.p.h. The time bettered the day-old record of 5.247 seconds set by Larry Minor. Gwynn and Budweiser King teammate Kenny Bernstein each finished as No. 1 qualifiers in their divisions for the National Hot Rod Assn.'
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August 22, 1992
David Warady of Huntington Beach enters today's final stage of the Runner's World Trans America Footrace with a 5-hour 4-minute 33-second lead over Milan Milanovich of Switzerland. Warady was 10th in Friday's stage, completing the 49.2 miles from Washington to South Orange, N.J., in 10:30:29. Milanovich was fourth in 7:53:03. Emile Laharrague was the winner in 7:14:19. The race, which began June 20, concludes with a 30-mile stage from South Orange to New York City's Central Park.
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April 9, 1995 | From Associated Press
Scotsman David Coulthard held onto the pole for the Argentine Grand Prix, beating Williams-Renault teammate Damon Hill by almost a second Saturday in the final day of time trials in Buenos Aires. Defying heavy rain and low visibility, Coulthard, the overnight leader, recorded the fastest time of 1 minute, 53.241 seconds, averaging 84.180 m.p.h. in his last lap around the slippery 2.647-mile circuit. Britain's Hill went from fourth to second on the grid.
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