Pro Stock driver wins for the third straight time and sixth time overall at the speedway
By Michael Hicks
Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at 3:27 pm
MORRISON — Allen Johnson is still the king of the mountain.
The 35th annual NHRA Mopar Mile-High Nationals ended just like the previous two and five others since 2007 — with a Johnson victory in the Pro Stock division. The Greeneville, Tenn., driver toppled teammate Jed Coughlin Jr. in the rain-delayed final July 20 at Bandimere Speedway after Coughlin red-lighted the start. Even if Coughlin hadn’t red-lighted, it would’ve been a tough task to beat Johnson in what has become his race to lose.
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