Jason Line

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QUICK FACTS

Category: Pro Stock
2014 Car: Summit Racing Equipment Chevrolet Camaro
Crew Chief: Rob Downing
Team Owner: Ken Black
2012 Wins/Final Rounds: 2/4
Career Wins/Final Rounds: 29/62
Best Points Finish: 1st (2006, 2011)
First Start: Columbus 2003
First Victory: Chicago 1 2004
First No. 1 Qualifier: Chicago 1 2004
Career No. 1 Qualifiers: 33
Career-Best Eapsed Time: 6.477 seconds
Career-Best Top Speed: 214.35 mph

PERSONAL INFORMATION

Residence: Concord, NC
Hometown: Wright, MN
Birth Date: July 24, 1969
Wife: Cindy
Children: Jack (1/24/06), Emma (4/29/08)
Hobby: Musclecars
Notable: Worked as head dyno operator for Joe Gibbs Racing for five years on NASCAR circuit

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

2012 Finished second in the Pro Stock points standings (9th consecutive season in the Top 5). Won six national events. Recorded eight Number One qualifiers. Set Pro Stock national Top Speed record (2012 Auto-Plus NHRA Nationals).
2011 Won second NHRA Pro Stock championship. Won six national events. Won third consecutive NHRA Gatornationals (fourth driver in NHRA history).
2010 Earned seventh consecutive Top Five points finish. Set personal Top Speed record (212.19 mph). Earned one national event victory in four final round appearances.
2009 Topped 50 round wins in a single season for the first time in his career. Career-high five victories in nine final round appearances.
2008: Finished in the Top Five in points for fifth consecutive season. Won twice in six final round appearances. Qualified No. 1 twice (St. Louis and Norwalk).
2007: Competed in the inaugural Countdown to 4. Finished in the Top Five for fourth consecutive season. Set national record for top speed at 211.69 mph. Posted career bests for top speed and elapsed time.
2006: Earned first Pro Stock world championship. Won four events in nine final round appearances. Posted national record performances for elapsed time and top speed.
2005: Won four events in seven final round appearances. Set career-best elapsed time and top speed records. Runner-up finish at the King Demon Crown bonus event for top Pro Stock drivers. Qualfied No. 1 twice.
2004: Honored as Rookie of the Year. Won four events in eight final round appearances. Recorded career-best elapsed time and top speed records. One of two drivers to beat champion Greg Anderson in final-round competition.
2003: Made NHRA debut at Columbus. Qualified No. 2 at Las Vegas 2.
1997: Won Stock Eliminator at Brainerd.
1993: Won NHRA National Stock championship. Won NHRA Division 5 Stock championship.
1992: Won Stock Eliminator at Brainerd.
1989-1993: Raced a 1970 Buick Grand Sport in E Stock Automatic.
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