I considered looking at MPH, but, I have never considered trap speed as much of an indicator since it generally is more a function of HP than any other factor. People run well into the 120's on HP and still have lousy ET's. And, with poor 60' times, traps speeds can still be about the same as with much better 60' times for the same vehicle. We assume that this is because with a poor 60' the car has more time to accelerate to the end of the 1/4. Of course, it is still possible for a skilled driver to get a bit more trap speed out of a given machine, but, the real indicator that there are skills involved will be found in the 60' and ET. Traps speeds are sort of like roll racing, which only proves HP for the most part. Not that HP is bad, but, since I never have any, I have the point of view of a deprived person about it. My old Terminator only made 434 RWHP and 410 RWTQ, and, when there was widespread disbelief about these numbers from my tune on Danny Swanson's dyno, there later was a historically famous dyno day at RET, where my numbers were validated, almost to the HP. I was surrounded by Cobras that were at, or close to 500/500. But, being an underdog is sort of fun, even if you never have a chance in a roll race. And the driver formerly known as PMachy ran 11.3's with less than 450 RWHP. And now I have even less HP, and 11's are never going to happen, no matter what technique I may possess. This is because there are certain thresholds required to propel a machine to an 11 second pass and the 5.0 slug fails on gearing, too tight torque converte, and wheel HP. But, it is easy to drive and if I leave it in drive, it never misses any shifts. Because, unlike jhwalker, I used to sweat all the shifts in my car, particularly the 2->3 upshift. Nothing like a blown shift, after waiting a long time to make a run.
So, I may look at the MPH, but, right now, I can tell you that with the MT DR's and 4.10's there were practical limits on how fast I could trap with the limiter set at 7000 RPM. I shifted religiously at 6200 but, on a really good pass, I would run closer to 7000 RPM in 4th, and close to 121 MPH. And this was true for PMachy as well, although he could push 123 trap speed. But, Carlos, should be able to trap 130 with his Cobra, and he might do that with a low 12 second pass. And, as Brakelate indicated, he ran 11.5's at less than 120 traps speed. 60' and ET go hand in hand. Trap speed means little and, in fact, goes hand in hand with dyno results, at best.
And, if I pontificate and rant and run on, statistics are of interest to me, or, I should say, were of interest to me. I looked at DA and 60' times and ET's and splits and all kinds of data, back in the day. Since I retired from drag racing, I no longer car about such stuff, and, in fact, I seem to have misplaced, or written over the final Excel file for the Cobra. Not that it matters since all that really matters is what you do the next time out.