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On any weekened after at least one run afterwards I say to myself, ‘If I had stayed with that a little longer I would have crashed.'” Although she smoked her tires in her first qualifying run, Troxel likes her chances in the Funny Car in Charlotte. “What hinders us is not running every weekend,” said Troxel.

It would not be unprecedented for her to win one of the Countdown races, which she did in 2007. “That’s what holds us back.” Next year, In-N-Out will be back as a major sponsor for eight races on the Funny Car and for 10 races as an associate sponsor.

By Jonathan Ingram | Senior Writer Racin Concord, N. “Logic says that the better cars are the ones that make the Countdown and that have been running well all season,” she said of her chances in this weekend’s O’Reilly Auto Parts NHRA Nationals. We’re just going out for the win.” The sensation of the 2006 season when she became the first driver to appear in five consecutive championship finals while driving a Top Fuel rail, Troxel is on her way back to running regularly in the nitro ranks.

The Funny Car driver may not be in the ranks of the Countdown to One, but that hasn’t reduced her resolve.

In her second season of piloting Pro Modifieds for the team of Roger Burgess, a limited Funny Car schedule with sponsorship from In-N-Out was added.

But getting back to the pro classes is not necessarily the number one goal.

Part of the deal with R2B2 is helping Burgess promote Pro Mod, which includes three race weekends in Europe, two at the Santa Pod Raceway in England and one at Hockenheim in Germany, where she was the winner.

Troxel was at Santa Pod last weekend, but after being the top qualifier her Camaro broke prior to the semifinals.

It’s been a difficult career path for Troxel, who turned 38 in August, since setting the sport’s quickest (4.458 seconds) and fastest passes (332.51 mph) in one of Schumacher’s machines.

“I don’t have any regrets about the decisions I’ve made,” said Troxel, who remains characteristically upbeat and optimistic. The older I get the more I’ve learned to appreciate the rest of the picture.

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