Mike Neff celebrates his win as he exits his Castrol GTX Ford Mustang at the top end on Sunday. Neff has won back-to-back events in 2011 and 2012.
Courtney Force scores her first career No. 1 qualifying effort at Indy. She also posted her career-best time with a 4.049 ET and set a new track speed record for Funny Car.
Robert Hight was not in the show as of Sunday before NHRA postponed the U.S. Nationals to the following weekend due to weather and track conditions. Hight later made the field in the No. 6 spot.
Courtney and Alexis DeJoria went on Indy Style to promote the race weekend before heading downtown for the Traxxas Shootout lottery drawing and press conference.
John Force suiting up and being closely followed by ESPN cameras during qualifying.
John Force takes photos with fans at the BrandSource Midway display between qualifying rounds.