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    John Harold Force (born May 4, 1949) is an American NHRA drag racer. He is a 16-time NHRA and 1 time AHRA Funny Car champion driver and a 22-time champion car owner. Force owns and drives for John Force Racing (JFR).

  2. 6 days ago · Drag racing icon John Force is being transferred to a rehabilitation center to seek treatment for a traumatic brain injury (TBI) he suffered in a high-speed crash at the NHRA Virginia Nationals...

  3. Jul 6, 2024 · Drag racing icon John Force is walking with assistance less than two weeks after he suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) in a high-speed crash at the NHRA Virginia Nationals in late June.

  4. Jun 30, 2024 · Drag racing icon John Force opened his eyes on Friday for the first time since his high-speed crash during last weekend's NHRA Virginia Nationals, his race team said in a statement.

  5. Jun 18, 2024 · Less than two weeks after 16-time NHRA Funny Car world champion John Force suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI), among other injuries that included a fractured sternum and a right wrist...

  6. 6 days ago · John Force's recovery from fiery racing crash is entering a new phase, as his team reports that he has been moved to a neurologic rehabilitation center.

  7. John Force Racing offered an update on the Funny Car driver as he remained on the mend following a horrific crash he suffered at Virginia Nationals last month. The team said his family considered ...

  8. May 7, 2024 · Only one racer in motorsports gets quicker with age—the incomparable John Force. On the eve of his 75th birthday, Force put down a 3.820-second pass at the 2024 NHRA Four-Wide Nationals in...

  9. Dec 22, 2022 · John Force enjoyed another successful season in 2022 with a win in Charlotte and runner-up finishes in Sonoma and Topeka on his way to a No. 5 finish. Courtesy of Brian Lohnes, here's a closer...

  10. Apr 7, 2024 · John Force raced to his record 156th NHRA victory and first in two years, with the 74-year-old Funny Car great powering past Matt Hagan on Saturday at Firebird Motorsports Park in the completion of the postponed Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals.

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