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Publication: National Dragster
Date published: December 10, 2010
Language: English
PMID: 54249
ISSN: 04662199
Journal code: NDRG

The rankings below are the final 2010 averages in elapsed time, speed, and reaction time. Averages are calculated to the limit of the clocks' accuracy, so drivers, such as Shawn Langdon and Brandon Bernstein in the elapsed-time rankings, are not shown as tied because they are not exactly tied (Langdon leads, 307.678 to 307.675). Asterisks in the reaction-time column represent fouls. Drivers must have 20 runs (best qualifying time and all representative elimination runs) and 15 leaves to be eligible. Late lights on bye runs and obvious early shutoff runs don't count.



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