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

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London's Robbie Atchison just missed an IHRA circuit "natural hat trick" when he placed runner-up in Alcohol Funny Car. (Bruce Biegler photo)

Legendary Canadian TF racer Terry Capp (centre) visited with Werner Top Fuel team members Mike Kloeber and Clay Millican. (Bruce Biegler photo)

California's Kip Dupuis had his sensational Pro Mod Buick entered at Edmonton. The car qualified #5 and won "Best Appearing". (Photo by: Kevin "Keeling" Sproule)

Despite a new car and new engine combination, Edmonton's John Evanchuk was very impressive in Alcohol Funny Car eliminator. (Bruce Biegler photo)

Canadian "Jet Boy" Brad Janishewski, thrilled the capacity crowd with his spectacular Jet-powered Honda Funny Car. (Bruce Biegler photo)

Alberta's Glen Kerunsky was in the hunt for the Pro Mod title all weekend driving his impressive new supercharged '57 Chevy. (Photo by: Kevin "Keeling" Sproule)

Canada's Warren Nitsch was a deserving winner of the event's "Best Engineered Sportsman" award with his unreal PT Cruiser Hot Rod-classed car. (Bruce Biegler photo)

California's Danny Rowe was just one of a number of West Coast Pro Mod Association cars entered at the Edmonton event. (Photo by: Kevin "Keeling" Sproule)

Montana's Pat Stoken was the quickest of all the nitrous-injected cars at the event, qualifying 7th at 6.412 secs. (Photo by: Kevin "Keeling" Sproule)

Edmonton's Inaugural Rocky Mountain Nationals included some of the best of Northern Alberta's female gender. (Photo by: Till Lindemann)