NHRA: Bringing Indy Back To What It Should Be

At the end of most interviews, three-time NHRA Funny Car world champion Matt Hagan gives a shoutout to the crowd, hoping that his performance in his Dodge Power Brokers Charger SRT Hellcat was a good show for the fans. However, even Hagan will be challenged during the Pep Boys Funny Car All-Star Callout on Sunday, Sept. 4. “Really, as a competitor, for me, it used to be about driving the race car and how fast it would go and what it was gonna do, but it’s really about the person beside of you and being able to race them,” Hagan said. “Anybody in their right mind wouldn’t believe that they could beat any of these cars,” Hight said. Like Hagan said, “Money is important, but we just want to race.”. “It’s brought the whole Indy weekend back to what it should be,” Capps said.

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