That held true this year at the Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals on Labor Day Weekend. The Camaro SS Funny Cars piloted by John Force, Courtney Force and Robert Hight, and the Chevrolet Top Fuel dragster of Brittany Force, drew large crowds in the grandstands and pit area throughout the event at Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis.
Four-time event winner, 16-time Funny Car champion and team patriarch John Force also sported a Chevy.com/Accessories paint scheme throughout the duration of the event known as “The Big Go” -- drag racing’s most prestigious weekend.
Hight and Courtney Force each turned in quarterfinal finishes at Indianapolis, which serves as the last race before the Countdown to the Championship playoffs.
The BLOCK took a look at John Force Racing from qualifying through eliminations at Indy; a photo gallery of on-track action and behind-the-scenes shots below.
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