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Jim Campbell
Official Twitter for Jim Campbell, driver of the Jim Dunn Racing / Cattleman’s Cut / Dodge Charger Funny Car
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Jim Campbell Nov 26
Thankful to all our first responders and service members missing the holiday with their families. Many reasons to be thankful and keep truckin'!🦃 Reason #1: Thankful I'm not "the turkey" today!! Happy Thanksgiving!!
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Jim Campbell Nov 16
Strong when I've needed a kick, compassionate when I've needed a shoulder & I've never known her to be anything less than selfless and kind to all who come into contact with her. Wishing laugher and love on her birthday!
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Jim Campbell Nov 13
Congratulations Courtney and Graham on your new addition to the family!🎈🎈
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Jim Campbell Nov 11
“Our flag does not fly because the wind moves it… it flies with the last breath of each soldier who died protecting it.”– Unknown
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Jim Campbell Nov 2
Wrap on the 2020 Drag Racing Series. HUGE "THANK YOU" to the sponsors, the most amazing fans, and the entire crew/family. I've had another year of learning from the best () and building lifetime bonds. TY ALL! Photo:
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Jim Campbell Oct 31
That's a wrap on qualifying for the 2020 . The car made two solid passes today and it felt great! 𝗤𝟭: 302.69 MPH/ 4.176 ET. 𝗤𝟮: 312.13 MPH/4.126 ET. Can we be a spoiler? We shall soon see! E1 vs. .
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Jim Campbell Oct 31
Thankful for the races we've been able to run, despite the roller coaster year known as 2020, and all the support we've received from all of you. Just wrapped up the last Q1 for this season. We are currently in at #11.
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Jim Campbell Oct 28
All who aren't Dodgers fans, I'm sorry (not sorry)! YEAH!!!!👊
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Jim Campbell Oct 25
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Jim Campbell Oct 24
SATURDAY! Time to get this funny car back out on the track and get in some decent runs.
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Jim Campbell Oct 24
SATURDAY! Time to get this funny car back out on the track and get in some decent runs. NHRA Camping World
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Jim Campbell Oct 16
time!! Step One: Qualify. Step Two: Make the Big Show. Step Three: Wally? So ready for one of those! Let's do this! on from the this weekend!!
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Jim Campbell Oct 14
Some know her as daughter, some as granddaughter, nurse, and/or clutch assistant. Whatever hat she is wearing, she is always one strong, determined and talented young lady. HAPPY BIRTHDAY !!🎉
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Jim Campbell Oct 5
In life, if you have one true friend you're really fortunate. If you have a handful you are more than fortunate. Shout out to my best bud, @AllanSargony on his birthday today!
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Jim Campbell Oct 4
She's always got my back, she's been there with me from the beginning. Friends for life, just how we roll. Happy Birthday !!
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Jim Campbell Oct 2
Here's to hoping for no shake, no rattle and just fast roll! Going to be a very cool track with temps in the 60s! (Guess what song got stuck in my head right now!)
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Jim Campbell Sep 18
🚴‍♂️Because you can only watch so many hours of television in a day. I enjoy riding but I'd rather be out at a track waiting on our next run!! Gearing up for the !
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Jim Campbell Sep 11
On the most tragic date in American History, there was a great moment as well years before. The day my mother was born - 9/11/25. Rest In Peace Mom! Miss you and love you!
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Jim Campbell Sep 11
Starting at 8:46 a.m on 9/11, 2001 our Country was under attack. Today, set aside your differences and stand together in memory of the people killed in those attacks.
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Jim Campbell Sep 6
Ended up running a 4.184/283.19 and a 4.616/187.08 in qualifying. qualified #15; E1 v Ron Capps. Capps got out of the gate first and started to pull away. We had cylinders out early. I stayed on the throttle until about 700 feet, then had to give up on the run.
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