NHRA fan favorite Clay Millican broke the Top Fuel national time record and took the top position this past Saturday at the Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals with a time of 3.628 seconds at 322.04 mph.
Millican also owned the previous record of 3.631 seconds, which he set the previous year in Madison, Illinois.
The Stringer Performance driver credited the people around him for the new record.
“My crew chief, David Grubnic, runs this car differently than anybody else out here, and he is just one of a kind,” said Millican.
Millican insists that he and the Stringer team aren’t done yet, despite the excitement over the new record.
“I knew it was a special run at the 330-foot mark, and I even shut the car off a bit early, so we know we can improve upon those numbers at some point.”
Strutmasters, always a champion of top-shelf performance, is a proud sponsor of Clay Millican and the Stringer Performance NHRA team.