The deadline for this weekend’s entry list came and went Monday afternoon. John Force Racing – including Force will not be racing this weekend.
Multiple new outlets have reached out to John Force Racing, but neither Force nor the organization have any comment at this time..
The NHRA issued a statement to NBC Sports: “The John Force Racing team is not registered for the E3 Spark Plus NHRA Nationals this weekend in Indianapolis. We look forward to their return in the future.”
“An unavoidable risk of exposure to and contacting COVID-19 exists anywhere people are or have been present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness, disability, and death. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, senior citizens and guests with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable. Although the NHRA has instituted reasonable practices in an attempt to reduce the spread of COVID-19, NHRA cannot guarantee that you will not succumb to the virus. By attending our event, you voluntarily assume all risks related to COVID-19.” source NHRA
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John Force (76 years old)
6-time Funny Car Champion John Force is the winningest driver (151 wins) and holder of more all-time records than any driver in NHRA history. Force has finished in the Top Ten 34 straight seasons and leads an organization that has won 21 NHRA World Championships.
John Force Racing! is an NHRA drag racing team. In over 30 years of competition, John Force Racing has won one Top Fuel and 20 Funny Car championships. The current line-up of drivers includes Top Fuel driver Brittany Force, Austin Prock and Funny car drivers John Force, Robert Hight. The team’s leadership includes CEO John Force, President Robert Hight, Vice President Ashley Force Hood, and CFO Adria High.
Headquarters Yorba linda, CA
John Force Racing, located in Orange County, CA, is the original home base for this 20-time NHRA Funny Car championship team.