Ron Capps needs to gain just one spot to qualify for the NHRA's Countdown to One. So it's do-or-die time this weekend at Virginia Motorsports Park, he writes in his diary.
It's good to be at Vegas and it's good to see John Force Racing back. Vegas is a top event, and JFR makes everyone race harder, writes Ron Capps in his diary.
It was a draining year on Funny Car driver Ron Capps. He writes in his diary that as tough as losing the title was, he's still counting the year a success.
Ron Capps could finish third, second or even win the Funny Car title. He writes in his diary that winning the season finale in Pomona is his goal.
The weather could be an issue. The track, too. Locked in a tight Funny Car race, Ron Capps writes it's good to be back in Virginia.
Funny Car points leader Ron Capps writes in his diary he still hasn't gotten over being wrongfully told to shut off last year in Reading.
Seattle didn't end in a win, but it did end in the finals for Ron Capps. Capps writes with John Force losing in the early going, Seattle was a success.
A relaxing vacation behind him, Ron Capps writes in his diary that hard work awaits out West, with high-altitude Denver up first.
Ron Capps doesn't feel like his team has gotten the run it deserves. He knows that will change if he can go out and win the Funny Car title.