During the four days of the season-opening CARQUEST Auto Parts NHRA Winternationals, representatives of NHRA's Media Relations department were able to link to nearly 60 stories that were printed online by national print publications such as AutoWeek, The Charlotte Observer, The Dallas Morning News, The Indianapolis Star, The Kansas City Star, the Las Vegas Review Journal, the Los Angeles Times, The Topeka Capital-Journal, USA Today, the Utica Observer-Dispatch, and a ton of Southern California newspapers, such as the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, the Los Angeles Daily News, the North County Times, the Orange County Register, the Riverside Press-Enterprise, the San Bernardino Sun, The San Diego Union Tribune, and the San Gabriel Valley Tribune, as well as online venues such as ESPN.com, Motorsport.com, MSNBC.com, and ThatsRacin.com. Pomona veteran Louis Brewster, seeing repeat winners from the Automobile Club of Southern California NHRA Finals in Tony Schumacher and Robert Hight, mused in the San Bernardino Sun, Did somebody forget to flip the calendars at [Auto Club Raceway at Pomona]? In a similar vein, Matt Calkins of the Riverside Press-Enterprise observed, The deck was shuffled when the week began, with new faces popping up in different classes or on different teams or in different roles completely.
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