THE old saying is true: to finish first, you must first finish. And to figure in the Street Machine Drag Challenge final results, your car has to face the starter at every track. You can run a banzai pass and blitz the field on day one by all means - but it will be all for naught if you don't finish.
Below we have the cumulative times for all the finishers in their respective tyre classes and then a full list of all finishers from one to 48. Yep, out of all of the heads-up class cars that started this year's DC, only 48 of them finished. Our hats are off to all of you! The K&N dial-your-own results can be found here.
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