Indianapolis Pre-Race Report

Driver of the NAPA AutoCare Toyota GR Supra Funny Car Indianapolis Event Highlights: Two-time runner-up (2017, 2021) 2021 Indianapolis Recap: Qualified sixth; Event runner-up (defeated Justin Schriefer in E1, Robert Hight in E2, Alexis DeJoria in E3; defeated by Tim Wilkerson in E4) Last Event (Brainerd): Qualified fourth; Event runner-up (defeated John Force in E1,

Ron Capps Advances to Fourth Final Round Appearance in Brainerd

BRAINERD, Minn. (August 2021, 2022) – Two-time and defending NHRA Funny Car world champion Ron Capps advanced to the final round for the fourth time during the 2022 Camping World Series season on Sunday, powering to a runner-up finish at the Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals. Starting from the No. 4 seed, Capps’ march to the

Topeka Pre-Race Report

Driver of the NAPA AUTO PARTS Toyota GR Supra Funny Car Brainerd Event Highlights: Six-time event champion (1998, 2001, 2012-2014, 2019) Three-time runner-up (1997, 2009, 2011) 2000 No. 1 qualifier 2021 Brainerd Recap: Qualified seventh; Quarterfinal finish (defeated John Force in E1; defeated by Cruz Pedregon in E2) Last Event (Topeka): Qualified ninth; Quarterfinal finish (defeated


Ron Capps

This year has been one of amazing achievements for Ron Capps. In his second reign over the Funny Car class, he debuted as a team owner, advanced to the finals in the season-opener, won two races, forged an alliance with Toyota to drive one of its brand-new Supra entries, as the so-called regular season rushes

Topeka Pre-Race Report

Ron Capps

Driver of the NAPA AUTO PARTS Toyota GR Supra Funny Car Topeka Event Highlights: Four-time event champion (1998, 2006, 2009, 2017) Two-time runner-up (2000, 2012) 2021 Topeka Recap: Qualified ninth; Quarterfinal finish (defeated Chad Green in E1; defeated by J.R. Todd in E2) Last Event (Seattle): Qualified eighth; First round exit (defeated by Robert Hight

Capps and NAPA Team Opted for ‘Big Picture’ Approach in Seattle

KENT, Wash. (July 31, 2022) – With only two races remaining between the NHRA Northwest Nationals and the U.S. Nationals, the final event of the NHRA’s ‘regular season,’ the Ron Capps Motorsports team used Seattle’s three qualifying rounds to help prepare them for the upcoming Indianapolis event and the six-race Countdown to the Championship playoffs.