Wright, Minnesota Native Jason Line to Retire from Pro Stock Racing Following 2020 Season

Jason Line. Jason Line. |  Photo: Courtesy of LPTV.

Updated: January 15, 2020 06:00 PM

Three-time NHRA Pro Stock champion and Wright Minnesota, native Jason Line will retire from Pro Stock driving following the 2020 season.

Jason Line to retire from Pro Stock driving duties after 2020 season

Line joined Ken Black Racing in 2003 to drive a second Pro Stock car alongside Duluth native Greg Anderson. He made his driving debut at National Trail Raceway in Columbus, Ohio and since then has amassed 50 Pro Stock wins.

Jason Line Career Highlights

1993: Won Stock Eliminator national championship

2003: Made NHRA Pro Stock debut

2004: First NHRA Pro Stock win, Named Pro Stock Rookie of the Year

2006: Won first NHRA Pro Stock championship; set national ET record (6.558 seconds) and speed (209.75 MPH)

2011: Won second NHRA Pro Stock championship

2012: Set national record for speed (213.91 MPH)

2015: Set national ET record (6.455 seconds), which still stands heading into 2020

2016: Won third NHRA Pro Stock championship

2018: 50th career win in drag racing

2019: 50th Pro Stock career win

Career National Event Wins: 52 (50 Pro Stock, 2 Stock Eliminator)

Career National Event Final Rounds: 104 (102 Pro Stock, 2 Stock Eliminator)

Career Number One Qualifiers: 55

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