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Thu, 03 Dec 2020, 18:03 PM

Megan Meyer Wins Second Consecutive Top Alcohol Dragster World Championship
By Rick Green
Photo copyright 2020 Auto Imagery, Inc.

Megan Meyer and crew celebrate her Regional win at Dallas. How points were scored this year was changed due to the shorten season because of the coronavirus. Points were scored from the best two of five regional events and best five of six national events. She also won the Columbus Regional. (Photo by Robert Grice)

Megan Meyer won her second consecutive Top Alcohol Dragster World title. She announced on August 31st this year she was stepping away from drag racing.

Meyer ran the quickest pass (5.090 seconds) in the history of Top Alcohol Dragster during the semifinals of the U.S. Nationals. In round two of the U.S. Nationals she made quickest pass in the history at the time when she ran 5.097 second-pass, she broke Bill Reichert's National Record from Houston of 2007.

Randy (her father) and Megan celebrate winning the U.S. Nationals.

Meyer won the Fall Nationals in Dallas and celebrates with team.

Meyer defeated Joey Severance at the Dodge NHRA Finals in Las Vegas. This was the third win of five National events she attended.

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