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NHRA: A Force to be reckon with

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No man has won more Funny Car titles at Brainerd International Raceway (BIR) than John Force.

His daughter, Courtney Force, wouldn’t mind being the winningest woman at the track that will host this week’s Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals.

The 24-year-old rookie driver of the Traxxas Ford Mustang will enter her first event at BIR on a winning note. She captured the O’Reilly’ Auto Parts Northwest Nationals Aug. 5 in Seattle for her first career win.

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Jermey Millsop
My career at the Brainerd Dispatch began May 11, 1999 after graduating from North Dakota State University. My areas of emphasis includes local high school sports, Central Lakes College, the lakes area golf mecca and once a year I dabble in the NHRA when the Lucas Oil Nationals come to Brainerd International Raceway.
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