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Inaugural Rocky Mountain Nationals
June 27-29th, 2003, Edmonton, AB

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Edmonton's own Jay Mageau was a popular winner on Saturday night scoring in the special "Thunderbolts" 7.50 class feature. (Bruce Biegler photo)
   

Ohio's Mark Thomas upset Robbie Atchison to win the event's Alcohol Funny Car crown. (Bruce Biegler photo)
   

The Rocky Mountain Nationals Top Fuel final saw Bruce Litton jump out to a quick start to hold off a favored Clay Millican for the title. (Bruce Biegler photo)
   

Quain Stott earned his first Pro Mod title in a while driving the powerful South Carolina-based Lee Boy Corvette. (Bruce Biegler photo)
   

Jason Collins scored his second career win in Pro Stock driving his Alabama-based Mercury Cougar. (Bruce Biegler photo)
   

Todd Paton's tough trip to Edmonton did include an upside as he recorded his first career "four" in a Top Fuel car. (Bruce Biegler photo)
   

Wayne Hofer, from Lethbridge, Alberta earned the pole in Top Sportsman driving his cool nitrous-injected '63 Nova. (Bruce Biegler photo)
   

Edmonton's Darrell Webb, Alberta's "Burnout King", led the way after Thunderbolts 7.50 qualifying action was complete. (Bruce Biegler photo)
   

IHRA Pro Stock points leader Carl Baker notched both low ET and top speed at Edmonton. (Bruce Biegler photo)
   

Calgary's Rick Distefano enjoyed a phenomenal event, qualifying 3rd and placing runner-up in Pro Mod. (Photo by: Kevin "Keeling" Sproule)