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How to Completely Fix Your Lexus LS 460 Suspension for Under $700

Is your Lexus LS 460 having suspension problems? Welcome to the club.

 From 2007 to 2012 the Lexus LS 460 was everything anyone could want from a luxury sedan–a sporty, dynamic vehicle that holds the whole family, a gorgeous interior draped in fine leather and wood, and an air suspension that rode like a dream right up until the moment it didn’t.

Gorgeous from head-to-toe, the LS 460 features timeless Lexus styling and performance, but a sub-par air suspension.
Gorgeous from head-to-toe, the LS 460 features timeless Lexus styling and performance, but a sub-par air suspension.


 For all its accolades, Lexus’ flagship sedan was marred by one glaring problem–a faulty air suspension that like all air suspensions eventually broke down, resulting in astronomically expensive suspension repairs. The questionable reliability of this air system has been noted time and time again.

 Whether it’s the suspension bottoming out, a noticeably bumpy ride, a visible lean to one side, or strange noises coming from the shocks, problems with the LS 460 suspension seemed to come early and often for owners. To make matters worse, the high cost of replacement parts for this air suspension means a replacement cost of thousands of dollars.

 Even with replacing a few parts, the repairs on an air suspension are as endless as they are frustrating. The active suspension relies on a number of moving parts (solenoids, sensors, air bags, etc.) working together in unison to dampen the ride of the LS 460. Many Lexus owners have spent a few thousand dollars on replacing a few of their air springs only to find out that they need a new compressor just down the line.

 Fortunately, owners of these otherwise-fine vehicles have another option–ditching the air suspension altogether and installing a brand-new mechanical coil suspension. Strutmasters, the North Carolina-based “suspension experts” have just added a suspension conversion kit for the Lexus LS 460 to their catalog of celebrated conversion kits.

 The kit is a dream come true. At just under $700, it actually costs less to replace your entire suspension than the parts for just one replacement air spring. With Strutmasters’ patented Glide-Ride ® technology your Lexus will be riding like new. Even better, the engineers at Strutmasters have designed the kit to be simple and easy to install at home. The beauty of this conversion is in that very same simplicity–the fewer the parts, the fewer things that can go wrong. Mechanical coilover shocks for your LS 460 won’t ever spring a leak and there are no electronic configurations to worry about.

 When you factor in the Limited Lifetime Warranty offered by the company, what you have is a solution that will bring a permanent end to your air suspension problems. Start being worry-free today by visiting the Strutmasters website or calling one of the company’s experts at  (866) 715-6013.

 

Strutmasters Rescues Lexus LS 460 Owners with New Conversion Kit

  The Lexus LS 460, model years 2007-2012, was many things. A grand, stately throwback to the larger sedans of the 90s. An executive-level car with elegant styling that rivaled anything in its class from any part of the world. Unfortunately, an example of long-lasting, durable air suspension is something it was not.

 

 

The Lexus LS 460 brought the large luxury sedan that put Lexus on the map back to the forefront.
The Lexus LS 460 brought the large luxury sedan that put Lexus on the map back to the forefront.

 

 

While much about the car has been praised over the years, the problems with its air suspension have been well-documented. Many owners of the vehicle complained about everything from faulty bushings that wore out after just 12,000 miles to struts that gave out after just over 50,000 miles. Lexus tried to correct the problem by offering free labor when replacing air suspension components to some of its customers. However, given the nature of air suspensions, repairs just led to the need for more repairs.

 

   After hearing these complaints, Strutmasters’ engineers jumped on designing a kit that could convert this model from air to coilover suspension. The result is one of the company’s finest kits to date–one that completely eliminates Lexus’ faulty air suspension components and replaces it with sturdy, reliable coils.

   “We always try to keep an eye on consumer complaint channels to see who is having problems and could benefit from a conversion kit,” explained Matt Lofton, Vice President of Strutmasters. “Once we saw the number of issues people were having with this air ride on the LS 460 and got a few calls from folks looking for a conversion we knew it was time to get to work.”

   Some of the earlier conversion kits that were designed for the LS 460 were priced at or above $2,000, not too much less than reinstalling OEM-style air suspension components. As is the Strutmasters way, the company has been able to deliver a kit that does the same job replacing the suspension on all four wheels for just under $800, less than replacing one air strut at the dealer.

   Owners considering switching over to the much more reliable coilover suspension should also take note that this kit also comes with a Limited Lifetime Warranty, meaning their days of throwing money at this faulty suspension are over after they convert.

    Check out the kit here on the company’s website or call the hotline at (866) 830-5450 to learn more or place your order today.

4 Reasons to Convert Your Car from Air to Coil Suspension

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Active air suspensions are comprised of many moving parts that need to be working properly in unison for the system to function correctly. Onboard sensors send information about the ride height of the vehicle to a small computer, which in turn uses that information to tell a pneumatic compressor how much pressurized air to generate. This air is pushed through air hoses and into air springs which use the pressure to regulate the ride height of the vehicle. This creates a smooth, pleasant, ride–as long as they’re working.

The main problem with an air suspension is that, like anything made of moving parts, they will eventually wear out. Given how complex they are, that means a guaranteed huge expense at some point in a vehicle’s life.

However, more and more vehicle owners are growing weary of these repairs and replacements and are choosing to convert their cars from air suspensions to a more classical, mechanical solution–a traditional coil over strut, known in the auto world as a “coilover” suspension. These replacements are mostly carried out using a conversion kit, the first commercially-available of which was made by the North Carolina-based company Strutmasters LLC. Since that company’s inception in 1999, the industry has grown from a single company with a small assortment of products to an entire industry, with replacement kits now available for hundreds of vehicle models.
So why has the popularity of these kits grown so much in such a short amount of time? As more and more people continue to convert to coilover suspension, here are just some of the reasons why:

 

1) All air suspensions fail eventually.

Given that they are made up of a number of moving parts, car owners need to accept the reality that their air suspension system will fail eventually. While that doesn’t mean they should just ditch their air suspensions right now, it’s worth considering whether it’s really worth replacing or repairing components once they start to fail. This is because once one part fails, the rest are not too far behind. This means that more expense and hassle is always going to be right around the corner once the air suspension failure starts.

 

 

2) Coil suspensions are a fraction of the price.

 


With everything interconnected from computers to electronic sensors to several mechanical components, air suspension require expensive parts and specialty tools to service them. This means a great deal of expense any time anything needs to be serviced or replaced. When owners consider that all air suspension-related expenses are likely to be ongoing for the remainder of the car’s lifetime, replacing an old suspension with one that is brand new makes a great deal of sense in the long run. This is especially true when you consider that a conversion kit will generally cost about the same for the entire car as a replacement for just one air spring.

 

3) Coil suspensions can be installed and serviced at home.

 


 
  Companies like Strutmasters design their conversion kits to be installed at home by the average DIYer. This means that most of the assembly is done before it reaches the customer, and that it is designed to be installed using tools most people already have at home. In fact, most of these kits can be installed in as little as one hour per wheel by anyone with a little mechanical proficiency.

 

4) Coil springs are simple and reliable.

 



 Compared to the complex network of electronics and plastic and rubber components, the simple, robust construction of coilover suspensions often makes people feel more confident in their ride. Once a car gets to the point where the suspension is starting to fail, that air suspension becomes a ticking time bomb that could ruin the next road trip or family vacation at any minute. By comparison, a brand new coilover suspension gives owners virtually nothing to worry about for quite some time. And even if something does wear out prematurely or break on the coilover suspension, repairing or replacing it is cheap and easy compared to an air suspension.

If your air suspension is starting to age, it might be worth considering ending the headache once and for all by switching your car over to a coil spring over strut suspension. Hundreds of thousands of car owners have already made chosen to convert, most to full satisfaction. Companies like Strutmasters now offer kits for almost every make of car in hundreds of models. Check to see if Strutmasters has a kit for your car by visiting the website or calling the hotline at (866) 684-6473.

SECOND YEAR IN A ROW MILLICAN TOPS QUALIFYING AND SETS TRACK RECORD AT U.S. NATIONALS

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Indianapolis, IN (September 4, 2017) – For the second year in a row, Clay Millican earned the No. 1 qualifying spot and set a Lucas Oil Raceway track record at the Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals. He now has three of the top 10 quickest runs, in Top Fuel history.

 

On Saturday evening, Millican drove the Parts Plus/Great Clips/University of Northwestern Ohio Top Fuel dragster to an elapsed time of 3.663 at 329.10 mph. This put him in the top qualifying spot, set the Top Fuel E.T. record at Lucas Oil Raceway and became the seventh fastest Top Fuel pass ever.

 

“My confidence is now at an all-time high. I know when I get in that race car it can run with anybody here, at any time, without a question. Our car is quick as anybody’s in the world right now,” Millican said. “This is a tune up David Grubnic has been working on for three years. This is his tune up, not somebody else’s he is massaging. Grubby never quits thinking and never sits still.”

 

On top of setting the record and qualifying No. 1, Millican made five clean passes that earned him 11 bonus points, which were critical to securing a spot in the Mello Yello Countdown to the Championship. He attributes his recent success to his crew.

 

“It’s all about the people. We have all the right people in the right place. It starts with Doug and works its way down to the kids working on this car. They’re an amazing group of young guys,” Millican said. “Every Sunday night we get the crew together to talk about what went right, why we won and why we lost. They work so hard without the recognition they deserve. They are the ones that make this car go. We have a heck of a team. I’m more confident in this car than any other car I’ve driven in my life.”

 

Unfortunately, Millican made in early exit on race day. In the first round Millican came up against No. 16 qualifier, Kebin Kinsley. While Millican made a great pass of 3.756/323.97, Kinsley took the win on a holeshot running 3.813/318.02.

 

“It was a close race and I had a .077 reaction time, but Kebin had a .014 light. Hats off to him on a good run,” Millican said.

 

At the end of the day, Millican clinched the No.7 spot in the Mello Yello Countdown to the Championship.

 

Next up is the NHRA Carolina Nationals in Charlotte, North Carolina on September 15 – 17, 2017. This is the first race in the Countdown, so points are reset and the Parts Plus/Great Clips/UNOH team will start from the seventh position with six races to reach the number one spot.

  

About Stringer Performance

Established in 2015, Stringer Performance is entering its third year of competition in the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series with veteran Top Fuel driver Clay Millican. Owned by Doug Stringer who has a lengthy resume in the racing industry in both NHRA and NASCAR, the team is based in McLeansboro, IL where Stringer resides. The team is led by crew chief David Grubnic, a former NHRA Top Fuel driver turned tuner. Stringer Performance proudly boasts a solid lineup of marketing partners including marquee partners: Parts Plus, Great Clips and UNOH.

 

Social Media:

Facebook.com/StringerPerformance

Twitter: @StringerRacing

Instagram: @stringerperformance

 

Facebook.com/ClayMillican

Twitter: @ClayMillican

Instagram: @ClayMillican

5 Ways Your Worn Out Shocks Put You in Danger

Broken or worn-down shocks can cause serious road danger.

Driving on worn-out shocks and struts can be difficult and stressful–but did you know it can also be seriously dangerous? Your car’s suspension system is one of its most important safety features and its struts and shocks do a majority of the work of keeping you and your passengers safe.

Many people tend to think of deteriorated shocks as a comfort issue: a little extra bounce here, a few extra bumps there–but the reality is much more severe. Driving a car on shocks or struts no longer function as they are supposed to could put your safety in danger.

Here are five of the ways in which tired shocks and struts can be potentially dangerous:

 

1. It will take longer for you to stop.

The primary job of your car’s shocks is to absorb the force of the car against the road. One of the times this power is needed most is when the car is coming to a stop–especially a sudden or abrupt stop.

While the brakes put force on the wheels to stop them, the job of bringing the rest of your vehicle’s 2,000 – 3,000 pounds to a halt is given to the suspension. As one can imagine, this is no easy task.

When a car’s suspension system is performing as it is supposed to, this tremendous stopping ability can help motorists avoid most collisions. Modern safety systems save countless lives every day due to new materials, high-quality manufacturing and increasingly advanced engineering.

Poorly functioning shocks have a drastically reduced ability to absorb the force of a vehicle coming to a stop. Therefore, the stopping ability of that car is dramatically reduced and the vehicle will take more distance to come to a complete stop.

A study done by the RAC (Royal Automotive Club) showed that vehicles driving on 50% worn-out shocks took an average of 11.7% longer to stop than their fully-functional counterparts. At highways speeds that can be up to two car lengths, or easily the difference between safely avoiding a collision and risking serious injury.

2. You Can Lose Control During Acceleration

Rear-wheel drive cars generate a lot of torque when the car begins to accelerate. When a car’s suspension is functioning properly, the suspension absorbs this torque and redistributes it to the front wheels, allowing the car to accelerate evenly and safely. This can cause danger to the driver, passengers and others on the road.

Once a car’s shocks are bad, it loses the ability to effectively distribute that force throughout the car and the rear wheels are left doing most of the work. With the torque of acceleration unevenly stacked towards the rear of the car, the wheels of a car with malfunctioning struts can lose contact with the road. This is known as “acceleration squat.”

The loss of handling, especially when accelerating, can be a frightening and dangerous situation in any traffic conditions.

3. Your Handling Will Suffer

As part of  its jobs of maintaining balance and absorbing force, your car’s suspension plays the primary role in determining its handling ability.

A car’s suspension acts as sort of a middle man between the driver and the road, delivering feedback from each party to one another. It absorbs the stresses of the road and manages the instructions that the driver gives the car in terms of steering, acceleration and braking.

 

Due to this vital role, it should come as no surprise that a car driving on worn-out struts loses a great deal of of its handling ability. Not only is this a loss of comfort and driving pleasure, it seriously impacts a car and its driver’s ability to navigate traffic, respond to road hazards and avoid danger.

A car with reduced handling ability will not be able to respond as quickly to a need to change direction to avoid a potential collision or adverse road condition such as a pothole.

4. You Can Flip Over Much More Easily

Since the car’s suspension is tasked with keeping it balanced, it is especially important when it comes to turning.
The basic physics of a large, heavy object like a car turning a corner at high speeds means a tremendous amount of weight is shifted to one side of the car. Without a good suspension system, a car would flip or roll over easily in a turning situation.

As the struts on a car get older, drivers and passengers will notice that one side of the car might raise up higher than the other when the car turns at a higher speed. This is the beginning of what could quickly turn into a high-danger situation.

If left unattended, that raising of one side of the car will eventually turn into a rollover, once the suspension can no longer effectively redistribute the weight of a vehicle going into a turn.

5. You’re Much More Likely to Swerve

Few things on the highway are as scary as going into a swerve–when the driver loses control of the steering and the car weaves on the road.

Swerves can be caused by a number of external conditions–ice, wet surfaces, debris, and many more. However, unlike these types of external conditions, drivers can severely reduce the risk of a swerve by replacing their shocks and struts.

A car driving on deteriorated struts is more likely to lose contact with the road at one or more points. This loss of contact can cause the car to behave unpredictably and go into a swerving action without warning.

Worst of all, drivers often cause accidents in a swerving situation by over-correcting. This problem is made even worse by a car whose handling has been severely reduced by bad shocks.

Replacing your struts is essential to keeping you, your family and your car safe. It also doesn’t have to cost you a fortune. Strutmasters air-to-spring conversion kits deliver a high-performance, long-lasting replacement for your car’s struts and shocks at a fraction of the manufacturer’s price.

Browse the Strutmasters website for your specific make and model or call one of our suspension replacement experts today at 866-627-3842.

EARLY EXIT AT SONOMA NATIONALS DOESN’T DISCOURAGE MILLICAN

Sonoma, CA (July 30, 2017) – Eliminations at the Toyota NHRA Nationals did not go the way Clay Millican and the Stringer Performance team had hoped. For only the third time this year, the Parts Plus/Great Clips/University of Northwestern Ohio Top Fuel dragster was eliminated in the first round of eliminations.

 

Millican came into race day qualified No. 8 with an elapsed time of 3.744 at 328.54 mph.

 

“We came out of the gate like gangbusters with our 3.744 run on Friday,” Millican said. “But then we missed the tune up on the next run and went up in smoke.”

 

In Round One Millican faced No.9 qualifier, Terry McMillen. Right from the start, the tires of the Parts Plus/Great Clips/University of Northwestern Ohio went up in smoke. McMillen took the win: 3.785/323.74 to 10.446/79.43. This is the fifth time this year that Millican and McMillen faced each other with the win loss record now being 3-2.

 

“It’s very unusual for our car to smoke the tires four runs in a row,” confessed Millican. “But Grubby, (Crew Chief David Grubnic), has pinpointed what the problem is and we will have it fixed before our next race in Seattle.”

 

Next up for the Stringer Performance team is the NHRA Northwest Nationals in Seattle, Washington at Pacific Raceways August 4 – 6, 2016.

 

“Overall it was a good weekend. We’re halfway thru the Western Swing and our team is on it. We’re headed for Seattle and we have a new look for our car we can’t wait to show everyone,” Millican said.

 

About Stringer Performance

Established in 2015, Stringer Performance is entering its third year of competition in the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series with veteran Top Fuel driver Clay Millican. Owned by Doug Stringer who has a lengthy resume in the racing industry in both NHRA and NASCAR, the team is based in McLeansboro, IL where Stringer resides. The team is led by crew chief David Grubnic, a former NHRA Top Fuel driver turned tuner. Stringer Performance proudly boasts a solid lineup of marketing partners including marquee partners: Parts Plus, Great Clips and UNOH.

 

Social Media:

Facebook.com/StringerPerformance

Twitter: @StringerRacing

Instagram: @stringerperformance

 

Facebook.com/ClayMillican

Twitter: @ClayMillican

Instagram: @ClayMillican

MILLICAN DRIVES TO SONOMA WITH MOST CONSISTENT CAR ON TRACK

McLeansboro, IL (July 27, 2017) – Clay Millican is optimistic about the performance of his Parts Plus/Great Clips/University of Northwestern Ohio Top Fuel dragster heading towards the Toyota NHRA Sonoma Nationals. He had possibly the most consistent race car on the track this past weekend and he wants to keep the streak going.

 

“We ran a 3.79 three times in a row. We were one of the only cars who made consistent passes all three days,” Millican said. “Friday, I actually turned off early twice. We had no smoking tire issues and we were on a roll until a parts break in the second round Sunday.”

 

Millican is also happy to be headed towards the second leg of the NHRA Western Swing. Racing in Sonoma means a return to more familiar territory when it comes to tuning the Parts Plus/Great Clips/University of Northwestern Ohio dragster.

 

“The high altitude of Denver was so tricky for everyone,” Millican said. “We’ll be back at sea level in Sonoma and back to what we are comfortable with.”

 

Millican will also be racing the Great Clips, Shark Week themed paint scheme this weekend. Shark Week airs thru Sunday, July 30 on the Discovery Channel.

 

Fans will be able to watch all the action from the Toyota NHRA Sonoma Nationals live on FOX Sports 1 this weekend.

 

2017 Toyota NHRA Sonoma Nationals Schedule (Pacific Time)

Friday, July 28

5:00 p.m. Nitro Qualifying

8:00 p.m. Nitro Qualifying

Saturday, July 29

2:00 p.m. Nitro Qualifying

5:00 p.m. Top Fuel Dragster Qualifying

5:35 p.m. Nitro Funny Car Qualifying

Sunday, July 30

11:00 a.m. Nitro Eliminations Begin

 

2017 Toyota NHRA Sonoma Nationals Television Coverage (Eastern Time)

Friday, July 28 – 11:00 p.m. Qualifying LIVE on FS1

Saturday, July 29 – 10:00 p.m. Qualifying on FS1

Sunday, July 30 – 4:00 p.m. Eliminations LIVE on FS1

 

About Stringer Performance

Established in 2015, Stringer Performance is entering its third year of competition in the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series with veteran Top Fuel driver Clay Millican. Owned by Doug Stringer who has a lengthy resume in the racing industry in both NHRA and NASCAR, the team is based in McLeansboro, IL where Stringer resides. The team is led by crew chief David Grubnic, a former NHRA Top Fuel driver turned tuner. Stringer Performance proudly boasts a solid lineup of marketing partners including marquee partners: Parts Plus, Great Clips and UNOH.

 

Social Media:

Facebook.com/StringerPerformance

Twitter: @StringerRacing

Instagram: @stringerperformance

 

Facebook.com/ClayMillican

Twitter: @ClayMillican

Instagram: @ClayMillican

Media Contact:

 

Nicole Clark-Erickson

Aries Media LLC

Nicole@ariesmediallc.com

913-406-2969

CONSISTENCY TAKES MILLICAN TO THE QUARTERFINALS IN DENVER

Denver, CO (July 23, 2017) – Clay Millican drove the Parts Plus/Great Clips/University of Northwestern Ohio Top Fuel dragster to the quarterfinals at the Mopar Mile-High Nationals in Denver, Colorado.

 

“Our intention was to sweep both mountains. We had a really solid and consistent race car in qualifying. This thing just kept going right down the race track,” Millican said. “Yesterday we went 3.79 twice. We went out there first round and this thing goes right down the race track and runs a third 3.79.”

 

Millican came into race day qualified No. 8 with an elapsed time of 3.795 at 309.77 mph. In Round One he faced off against No. 9 qualifier Bob Vandergriff Jr. Millican left the starting line first and kept the lead the entire race and won with a 3.798/315.19 to 3.866/311.99. Despite that time being the second fastest time of the round, Millican did not get lane choice going into second round.

 

Round Two, Millican faced Leah Pritchett. Millican had a slight advantage off the start, but the car shut off early after a problem in the engine and Pritchett took the win with a 3.817/320.28 to 3.927/254.47.

 

“We left the starting line first and we were ahead at half-track. Unfortunately, we broke. We hurt the car. But you know what. We have a really good race car. We’re bringing the Shark Week car to Sonoma and we’re just going to keep chomping at the competition,” Millican said.

 

Millican is currently No. 7 in the Mello Yello NHRA Drag Racing Series points standings in Top Fuel dragster. Next in the Western Swing for the Stringer Performance team is the Toyota NHRA Somona Nationals in Sonoma, California.

 

About Stringer Performance

Established in 2015, Stringer Performance is entering its third year of competition in the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series with veteran Top Fuel driver Clay Millican. Owned by Doug Stringer who has a lengthy resume in the racing industry in both NHRA and NASCAR, the team is based in McLeansboro, IL where Stringer resides. The team is led by crew chief David Grubnic, a former NHRA Top Fuel driver turned tuner. Stringer Performance proudly boasts a solid lineup of marketing partners including marquee partners: Parts Plus, Great Clips and UNOH.

 

Social Media:

Facebook.com/StringerPerformance

Twitter: @StringerRacing

Instagram: @stringerperformance

 

Facebook.com/ClayMillican

Twitter: @ClayMillican

Instagram: @ClayMillican

Media Contacts:

Nicole Clark-Erickson

Aries Media LLC

Nicole@ariesmediallc.com

913-406-2969

MILLICAN PILOTING SPECIAL SHARK WEEK DRAGSTER IN WESTERN SWING

 

 

McLeansboro, IL (July 19, 2017) – This weekend at the 2017 MOPAR Mile-High NHRA Nationals in Denver, Clay Millican hopes to take a bite out of his competition in his Great Clips/Shark Week themed Top Fuel Dragster.

 

The special livery on the dragster highlights one of Stringer Performance’s title sponsors, Great Clips, and their support of the hugely popular Shark Week on the Discovery Channel airing July 23 to July 30.

 

“I’m excited to be piloting such a cool car. I’m going to channel the shark thinking: the only thing on a shark’s mind is eating. All that’s on my mind is winning,” Millican said. “It amazes me how many race fans get into Shark Week. I’ll admit I watch Discovery a lot. It has some of my favorite television shows.”

 

Millican heads into Denver locked in a tights points battle. He is currently in the No. 7 position, but only 22 points behind Brittany Force. He’s hoping the Western Swing can give him momentum to move ahead.

 

“Our goal at the beginning of the year was to make the top 5. I am hoping that by the time we are finished with the Western Swing we will be No. 5,” Millican said. “It is so close right now. We just have to get a jump on Brittany and Kalitta.”

 

While coverage of qualifying at the MOPAR Mile-High Nationals will be on FS1 Friday night, this week fans will be able to watch final eliminations live on FOX NetworkSunday afternoon.

 

“It’s always awesome when we are featured on FOX network. That brings in new viewers who we hope turn into NHRA fans,” Millican said.

 

MOPAR Mile-High NHRA Nationals Race Schedule (Mountain Time)

Friday, July 21

5:30 p.m. Nitro Qualifying Session 1

8:00 p.m. Nitro Qualifying Session 2

SaturdayJuly 22

4:30 p.m. Nitro Qualifying Session 3

7:00 p.m. Nitro Qualifying Session 4

SundayJuly 23

11:00 p.m. Nitro Eliminations Begin

 

MOPAR Mile-High NHRA Nationals TV Schedule (Eastern Time)

Friday, July 218:00 p.m. on FS1

SundayJuly 2312:30 a.m. on FS1

SundayJuly 233:00 p.m. LIVE on FOX-TV 

 

About Stringer Performance

Established in 2015, Stringer Performance is entering its third year of competition in the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series with veteran Top Fuel driver Clay Millican. Owned by Doug Stringer who has a lengthy resume in the racing industry in both NHRA and NASCAR, the team is based in McLeansboro, IL where Stringer resides. The team is led by crew chief David Grubnic, a former NHRA Top Fuel driver turned tuner. Stringer Performance proudly boasts a solid lineup of marketing partners including marquee partners: Parts Plus, Great Clips and UNOH.

 

Social Media:

Facebook.com/StringerPerformance

Twitter: @StringerRacing

Instagram: @stringerperformance

 

Facebook.com/ClayMillican

Twitter: @ClayMillican

Instagram: @ClayMillican

 

Nicole Clark-Erickson

Aries Media LLC

Nicole@ariesmediallc.com

913-406-2969