Megan and Rachel Meyer Secure Spot in Jegs Allstars with Lone Star Nationals Win and Runner Up Finishes

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The Randy Meyer Racing Team continues their win streak of the 2019 season at the NHRA Lone Star Nationals outside of Dallas, Texas with the Meyer Sisters. Since Megan and Rachel grabbed the win and runner-up in the Top Alcohol Dragster category, they secured their spot to represent the Central Region of the Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series in the JEGS Allstars event held at Route 66 Raceway. Randy Meyer has competed in the JEGS Allstars race many times before he retired from driving in 2016, and won the prestigious event in 2014 to carry the Central Region/Division 5 to their first overall team win.

The team has made an unheard-of final round appearance at every NHRA event they’ve entered this year so far between their five drivers; Megan Meyer, Rachel Meyer, Julie Nataas, Matt Sackman, and rookie Camrie Caruso. Hot off the Gatornationals win, Megan quickly jumped to the top of the field and claimed the no. 1 qualifying position in the NGK Spark Plugs dragster with a 5.23 ET at 280 mph, to set the quickest and fastest pass for the class at the Lone Star Nationals. Rachel Meyer, who already has her first win of the year as well in her Super Comp dragster, clinched the third position with a 5.30 ET at 272 mph with support from Crane Cams, setting up the sisters on the opposite sides of the eliminations ladder.