Army Racing

By www.Army.milJune 14, 2007

Army Suzuki racer Angelle Sampey, the National Hot Rod Association's winningest female with 40 career victories, jokes with Peggy Llewellyn (not pictured) after her victory over Chris Rivas in the second round of eliminations.
1 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Army Suzuki racer Angelle Sampey, the National Hot Rod Association's winningest female with 40 career victories, jokes with Peggy Llewellyn (not pictured) after her victory over Chris Rivas in the second round of eliminations. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Duran) VIEW ORIGINAL
Angelle Sampey accelerates down the raceway at the Torco Racing Fuels Route 66 Nationals at the Route 66 Raceway. She was taken out in the semifinals in Chicago on June 10.
2 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Angelle Sampey accelerates down the raceway at the Torco Racing Fuels Route 66 Nationals at the Route 66 Raceway. She was taken out in the semifinals in Chicago on June 10. (Photo Credit: Spc. Mekonya Cheefus) VIEW ORIGINAL
Angelle Sampey, three-time National Hot Rod Association POWERade world champion, tears down the track at the Torco Racing Fuels Route 66 NHRA Nationals in Chicago. She lost this race to Andrew Hines in the semifinals.
3 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Angelle Sampey, three-time National Hot Rod Association POWERade world champion, tears down the track at the Torco Racing Fuels Route 66 NHRA Nationals in Chicago. She lost this race to Andrew Hines in the semifinals. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Duran) VIEW ORIGINAL
Angelle Sampey waits her turn to race at the Torco Racing Fuels Route 66 NHRA Nationals in Chicago. She won the first of her three championships in 2000.
4 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Angelle Sampey waits her turn to race at the Torco Racing Fuels Route 66 NHRA Nationals in Chicago. She won the first of her three championships in 2000. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Duran) VIEW ORIGINAL
Army Suzuki pilot Antron Brown's helmet sits on his bike before his first and only race on June 10 at the Torco Racing Fuels Route 66 NHRA Nationals in Chicago. Mr. Brown committed a red-light foul and lost to Geno Scali, even though he was faster down the track.
5 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Army Suzuki pilot Antron Brown's helmet sits on his bike before his first and only race on June 10 at the Torco Racing Fuels Route 66 NHRA Nationals in Chicago. Mr. Brown committed a red-light foul and lost to Geno Scali, even though he was faster down the track. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Duran) VIEW ORIGINAL
Army Top Fuel driver Tony "The Sarge" Schumacher warms up his tires at the 10th annual Torco Racing Fuels Route 66 National Hot Rod Association Nationals in Chicago. Mr. Schumacher was taken out in the second round of eliminations.
6 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Army Top Fuel driver Tony "The Sarge" Schumacher warms up his tires at the 10th annual Torco Racing Fuels Route 66 National Hot Rod Association Nationals in Chicago. Mr. Schumacher was taken out in the second round of eliminations. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Duran) VIEW ORIGINAL
Army Top Fuel Team members push the "The Sarge's" dragster into position at the 10th annual Torco Racing Fuels Route 66 NHRA Nationals in Chicago. Mr. Schumacher was unable to outrun driver Larry Dixon in the second round.
7 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Army Top Fuel Team members push the "The Sarge's" dragster into position at the 10th annual Torco Racing Fuels Route 66 NHRA Nationals in Chicago. Mr. Schumacher was unable to outrun driver Larry Dixon in the second round. (Photo Credit: Spc. Mekonya Cheefus) VIEW ORIGINAL
The Army racing team tests the top fuel dragster engine at the Torco Racing Fuels Route 66 NHRA Nationals in Chicago. "The Sarge" has won four championships and is defending his 2006 title.
8 / 8 Show Caption + Hide Caption – The Army racing team tests the top fuel dragster engine at the Torco Racing Fuels Route 66 NHRA Nationals in Chicago. "The Sarge" has won four championships and is defending his 2006 title. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Duran) VIEW ORIGINAL