Erica Enders-Stevens wins first NHRA Pro Stock Championship

Erica Enders-Stevens completed her dream season behind the wheel of the Royal Purple Elite Motorsports Camaro at the NHRA Finals at Pomona, CA Sunday, where the title came to the very last Pro Stock run of the season between her and Jason Line. Enders-Stevens won when Line red-lighted at the start.

After the Toyota Nationals at the Strip at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Enders-Stevens went into the NHRA Pro Stock Finals with a 19-point lead over Line.

By the time eliminations rounds started Sunday at Pomona, Enders-Stevens had qualified third behind Line and Shane Gray. A loss could cost her the championship. She beat both Larry Morgan and Roger Brogdon to move on to the semi-finals where she faced Jonathan Gray. In an exciting start that had both drivers post perfect reaction times of 0.00, Enders-Stevens won by  by 0.0304 seconds and moved on to the finals where she had lane choice over Line.

Royal Purple has been a proud sponsor of Houston native Enders-Stevens throughout the 2014 NHRA season with her Camaro running XPR 3.1, Synchromax, Max-Gear and Purple Ice.

Royal Purple located in Porter, Texas, produces a wide range of high performance lubricants for nearly every consumer and industrial application. Royal Purple’s founder John Williams was a pioneer in the development of high performance synthetic lubricants and collectively, Royal Purple’s formulators have more than 200 years of expertise in developing high performance lubricants. Royal Purple focuses exclusively on developing state-of-the-art lubricants. Unlike companies that primarily focus on fuel and other petroleum byproducts, Royal Purple’s sole mission is to develop products that significantly outperform other synthetic and mineral based oils.

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