2021 NHRA LAS VEGAS NATIONALS - EVENT RESULTS
S. TORRENCE, PEDREGON, GLENN AND JOHNSON WIN DODGE//SRT NHRA NATIONALS PRESENTED BY PENNZOIL AT NHRA'S 1000TH RACE
Steve Torrence picked up his 50th career Top Fuel win and moved a step closer to his fourth straight world championship, rolling to the victory on Sunday at the Dodge//SRT NHRA Nationals presented by Pennzoil at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Cruz Pedregon (Funny Car), Dallas Glenn (Pro Stock) and Steve Johnson (Pro Stock Motorcycle) also won at the 19th of 20 races during the 2021 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season and the sixth race in the Countdown to the Championship playoffs. The race was also the 1,000 race in NHRA history.
Torrence drove his 11,000-horsepower Capco Contractors dragster to a 10th win in his impressive 2021 season, powering to a run of 3.717-seconds at 329.50 mph in the final round against Mike Salinas, who went 3.737 at 314.24 and was after his second straight victory. To reach the final round, the points leader took out Jim Maroney, Tripp Tatum and Justin Ashley and then posted a wire-to-wire win against Salinas. Torrence was impressive on the starting line in the championship round and it led to another victory in his dominant 2021 campaign, as the Texan will now take a 105-point lead into the final race of the season.
“It’s truly unbelievable,” Torrence said. “It was just a great weekend for us and we just had to do our job. They told me to go and do my job and when they stand behind you like that, it’s truly the definition of a team. We’ll go to Pomona and see if we can get it done. I’ve really tried to focus on doing my job and not letting things get into my head. You hear all the stuff and you know what’s going on, but you have to tune that out. At the end of the day, we’re racing ourselves, so you have to be comfortable in that. Today, I was able to do my job and it’s a huge confidence-booster going into Pomona.”
Salinas reached his second straight final round and ninth in his career thanks to victories against Doug Kalitta, Billy Torrence and Brittany Force in a thrilling semifinal round. Salinas moved to third in points, while Force stayed in second heading to the finale in Pomona.
Pedregon stayed in the championship hunt in Funny Car, taking out points leader Ron Capps in the final round with a run of 4.257 at 225.03 in his 11,000-horsepower Snap-On Tools Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat. Capps ran into trouble almost immediately in the championship round, as Pedregon cruised to his second victory this season and 38th in his career. To reach the final round, Pedregon got by Tony Jurado, Chris Morel and Bob Tasca III, enjoying another memorable moment in his bounce-back season. Pedregon will go to Pomona third overall and 83 points out of first with a shot at his third career world championship in Funny Car.
“I dropped a couple of races due to holeshots and I feel like we had a better race car than what we’ve shown,” Pedregon said. “I drove well today and we were able to answer the bell today. The car was so steady today. We have a good car and this team has been plugging away. The car runs right with everyone and it’s an honor to win the 1,000th NHRA race. I’m just glad to be a part of it. After winning today, we’re back in (the championship hunt). We just had to keep our nose to the grindstone and things worked out for us.”
Capps jumped back into the points lead in eliminations, knocking off Tim Wilkerson, No. 1 qualifier Alexis DeJoria and Robert Hight to reach the finals for the fifth time this season and 131st time in his career. He left Las Vegas with a 58-point lead over Matt Hagan as he seeks his second world title.
In Pro Stock, Glenn was nearly perfect on the starting line again in the final round, holding off defending world champ Erica Enders with a run of 6.660 at 204.60 in his RAD Torque Systems Chevrolet Camaro. It was another stellar moment in Glenn’s impressive rookie season, as he picked up his third victory this season. He reached the final round with victories against Aaron Stanfield, Kenny Delco and Mason McGaha and had to be almost flawless in the championship round against Enders. She posted a remarkable .005 reaction time with her run of 6.684 at 203.74, but Glenn was even better, going .001 on the starting line to pick up the meaningful victory.
“When I got by Aaron, I just relaxed and started clicking them off,” said Glenn, who posted a perfect .000 reaction time in a final round earlier this year. “I missed it a little in the semis against Mason and in the final, I was just trying to do everything I can. I had all the faith in this team and I knew the car was going to be good as long I did my job. I knew I was good on the tree, I hit all my shifts and I was just hoping the win light came on. It feels really good to go up there with a plan and then execute it."
Enders reached the final round for the sixth time this year and 61st time in her career thanks to wins against Bo Butner, Matt Hartford and Troy Coughlin Jr. She also made up major ground on points leader Greg Anderson, who fell in the first round on Sunday. With both Anderson and Enders aiming for their fifth world title, Anderson will take a 32-point lead into Pomona, with Glenn 109 points back in third.
Johnson had a huge turnaround this weekend in Las Vegas, staying alive in the championship hunt with a run of 6.869 at 195.11 on his USA Electric Mac Rak Suzuki in his final round against Karen Stoffer, who left too early. After a miserable first-round loss at the most recent race in Bristol, Johnson bounced back in a major way, reaching the final round after defeating Charles Poskey, Angie Smith and Angelle Sampey. He then pulled off the win in the finals, picking up his third victory this season and ninth in the veteran’s career. Johnson also pulled within 20 points of Matt Smith with one race remaining in the 2021 campaign.
“It is very, very special to win this event, but it’s really about the championship,” Johnson said. “It took us 17 years to win our first national event and I’m a sucker for this sport. I really want to bring home a championship. I’d love to be a part of that championship fraternity and to be able to try to do it in our hometown is going to be really, really special."
Stoffer reached the final round for the second straight race and 26th time in her career thanks to victories against Kelly Clontz, Jerry Savoie and M. Smith. Sampey also remains in championship contention, sitting 30 points behind Smith.
The NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series closes out the 2021 season on Nov. 11-14 with the Auto Club NHRA Finals at Auto Club Raceway at Pomona.
SATURDAY - DEJORIA, B. FORCE, ANDERSON AND M. SMITH QUALIFY NO. 1 AT DODGE//SRT NHRA NATIONALS PRESENTED BY PENNZOIL
After going five years between No. 1 qualifiers, Alexis DeJoria has now accomplished it in back-to-back races, rocketing to the top position in Funny Car on Saturday during the Dodge//SRT NHRA Nationals presented by Pennzoil at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Brittany Force (Top Fuel), Greg Anderson (Pro Stock) and Matt Smith (Pro Stock Motorcycle) also qualified No. 1 at the 19th of 20 races during the 2021 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season and the sixth race in the Countdown to the Championship playoffs.
DeJoria made a pair of solid runs on Saturday, but it was her pass of 3.896-seconds at 327.03 mph from Friday in her 11,000-horsepower Bandero Premium Tequila ROKiT Toyota Camry that gave DeJoria her second straight No. 1 qualifier and sixth in her career. The Funny Car standout will try for her second straight win on Sunday and is sitting in a great position as she opens eliminations against Jeff Diehl. DeJoria has enjoyed how the team has come together late in the season and she hopes to keep rolling along on Sunday.
“This is like a dream,” DeJoria said. “It’s everything we hoped for and it’s all coming together at the end of the season. The motivation that we had from this last race in Bristol, qualifying No. 1 and winning the race, just really catapulted us into the Vegas race. I’m proud of the guys and we made it down the track every run. Consistency is key and I’m just in awe right now. I’m just soaking it all in and finally everything is coming together for this team.”
John Force qualified second with a 3.902 at 328.54 and J.R. Todd is third with a 3.905 at 329.02. Defending world champ Matt Hagan moved into the points lead in qualifying, albeit by just two points over Ron Capps. Todd is 80 points back of Hagan heading into eliminations.
Top Fuel’s Brittany Force pushed the pace on Saturday and ended up with the quickest run in each qualifying session, including a stellar 3.668 at 331.94 to close out the day in her 11,000-horsepower Monster Energy dragster. That pass gave Force her 12th No. 1 qualifier in Top Fuel this season, one off the single-season record in the class, and 32nd in her career. It also closed the gap between Force and three-time defending world champ Steve Torrence to 65 points heading into raceday. Force, the 2019 event winner in Vegas, raved about her team’s performance in qualifying and she’ll try to replicate that in eliminations as she opens raceday against Troy Buff.
“It was a really successful (two days) of qualifying for our team and we made three great runs,” Force said. “It gives this whole team a boost of confidence. We’re in the hunt for this championship and we’re in a great spot. We picked up a ton of bonus points and we’re excited to get raceday started. We’re going to go out and try to make the best run every time out there and you always feel good coming into a racetrack where you’ve previously won.”
Torrence qualified second with a 3.710 at 324.20 and could potentially meet Force in the final round. Justin Ashley moved up to third on Saturday after going 3.712 at 330.15.
In Pro Stock, points leader Greg Anderson made a move to the top during the final qualifying session, taking the No. 1 spot with a standout run of 6.655 at 205.38 in his HendrickCars.com Chevrolet Camaro. Anderson, who earned his 98th career win in Dallas to become the all-time wins leader in Pro Stock, picked up his 11th No. 1 qualifier this year and 117th in his career. He’ll open eliminations on Sunday against Troy Coughlin Jr. hoping to move a step closer to his fifth world title.
“Everything worked out like I hoped it would,” Anderson said. “But anybody who qualifies in Pro Stock can beat anybody. I’m proud of the team and what we did. We did our job and we got a lot of those (qualifying) points. You’ve still got to go out and try to win the race. That’s the goal and that’s the goal every time you come to race. If I win, we’ll be looking good heading to Pomona. If I don’t, it will be a different story. It’s really that simple.”
Anderson will have an 92-point lead over defending world champ Erica Enders heading into raceday. His KB Racing teammate, Kyle Koretsky, qualified second with a 6.664 at 205.07 and rookie Dallas Glenn’s 6.677 at 204.20 rounded out the top three. Matt Hartford qualified fourth, giving KB Racing the top four positions, while Enders followed in fifth with a 6.690.
Matt Smith also put together an impressive run to close out qualifying in Pro Stock Motorcycle, jumping past provisional No. 1 qualifier Steve Johnson to claim the top position with a run of 6.839 at 198.23 on his Denso Auto Parts/Stockseth/Matt Smith Racing EBR. It hands Smith, the defending world champ and points leader, his fourth No. 1 qualifier in 2021 and 47th overall. Smith will face off with Michael Phillips in the opening round of eliminations, looking to cap off his weekend with another victory and move closer to back-to-back world championships.
“I made some tweaks today and made a change before Q3, and I didn’t figure we could pick up. But we ended up picking up everywhere and our bike went to the pole,” Smith said. “I know I’ve been in this situation the last four years here, and we’ve wrapped it up two of the late three years. I hope we can continue to do what we’ve done in the past, and I just want to go do my job. The way I look at it, if I win the race, I extend the points even more and that’s our goal.”
Johnson was bumped to second with his pass of 6.848 at 196.24 and Angelle Sampey qualified third after going 6.857 at 194.49. Smith holds a 30-point lead over Sampey heading into eliminations.
In the E3 Spark Plugs NHRA Pro Mod Drag Racing Series presented by J&A Service, Mike Castellana qualified No. 1 with a 5.793 at 245.18. It is the final race of the season in the class.
Eliminations for the Dodge//SRT NHRA Nationals presented by Pennzoil at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway begin at 11 a.m. PT on Sunday.
Sunday's first-round pairings for eliminations for the 21st Annual Dodge//SRT NHRA Nationals presented by Pennzoil at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, the 19th of 20 events in the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series. Pairings based on results in qualifying, which ended Saturday. DNQs listed below pairings.
Top Fuel -- 1. Brittany Force, 3.668 seconds, 331.94 mph vs. 16. Troy Buff, 3.919, 260.41; 2. Steve Torrence, 3.710, 324.20 vs. 15. Jim Maroney, 3.888, 293.66; 3. Justin Ashley, 3.712, 330.15 vs. 14. Cameron Ferre, 3.814, 314.24; 4. Mike Salinas, 3.715, 329.34 vs. 13. Doug Kalitta, 3.797, 295.34; 5. Billy Torrence, 3.715, 327.51 vs. 12. Shawn Langdon, 3.780, 325.22; 6. Clay Millican, 3.723, 328.14 vs. 11. Alex Laughlin, 3.778, 320.28; 7. Josh Hart, 3.745, 328.14 vs. 10. Tripp Tatum, 3.773, 280.66; 8. Antron Brown, 3.748, 327.74 vs. 9. Leah Pruett, 3.769, 314.61.
Did Not Qualify: 17. Brandon Welch, 3.940, 260.26; 18. Rob Passey, 4.287, 271.13; 19. Buddy Hull, 4.449, 189.18; 20. Steven Chrisman, 4.595, 176.26.
Funny Car -- 1. Alexis DeJoria, Toyota Camry, 3.896, 327.98 vs. 16. Jeff Diehl, Camry, 4.116, 276.46; 2. John Force, Chevy Camaro, 3.902, 328.54 vs. 15. Chris Morel, Dodge Charger, 4.114, 282.07; 3. J.R. Todd, Camry, 3.905, 329.02 vs. 14. Paul Lee, Charger, 4.066, 289.14; 4. Matt Hagan, Charger, 3.905, 322.34 vs. 13. Chad Green, Ford Mustang, 4.064, 263.15; 5. Robert Hight, Camaro, 3.910, 329.67 vs. 12. Steven Densham, Mustang, 4.059, 310.34; 6. Bob Tasca III, Mustang, 3.916, 329.75 vs. 11. Bobby Bode, Mustang, 4.008, 312.64; 7. Cruz Pedregon, Charger, 3.918, 325.69 vs. 10. Tony Jurado, Mustang, 3.986, 318.99; 8. Ron Capps, Charger, 3.926, 324.51 vs. 9. Tim Wilkerson, Mustang, 3.932, 325.85.
Did Not Qualify: 17. Jim Campbell, 4.147, 304.39; 18. Terry Haddock, 5.135, 162.02.
Pro Stock -- 1. Greg Anderson, Chevy Camaro, 6.655, 205.38 vs. 16. Troy Coughlin Jr., Camaro, 6.826, 176.63; 2. Kyle Koretsky, Camaro, 6.664, 205.07 vs. 15. Cristian Cuadra, Ford Mustang, 6.818, 176.93; 3. Dallas Glenn, Camaro, 6.677, 204.20 vs. 14. Aaron Stanfield, Camaro, 6.798, 177.42; 4. Matt Hartford, Camaro, 6.688, 204.91 vs. 13. Richie Stevens, Camaro, 6.772, 203.52; 5. Erica Enders, Camaro, 6.690, 203.25 vs. 12. Bo Butner, Camaro, 6.720, 202.18; 6. Chris McGaha, Camaro, 6.693, 205.38 vs. 11. Kenny Delco, Camaro, 6.718, 204.05; 7. Mason McGaha, Camaro, 6.694, 205.32 vs. 10. Alan Prusiensky, Dodge Dart, 6.715, 203.22; 8. Deric Kramer, Camaro, 6.701, 204.88 vs. 9. Marty Robertson, Mustang, 6.709, 203.19.
Did Not Qualify: 17. John Callahan, 6.874, 200.20.
Pro Stock Motorcycle -- 1. Matt Smith, EBR, 6.839, 198.23 vs. 16. Michael Phillips, Suzuki, 7.551, 183.94; 2. Steve Johnson, Suzuki, 6.848, 196.24 vs. 15. Charles Poskey, Suzuki, 7.155, 188.52; 3. Angelle Sampey, Suzuki, 6.857, 195.19 vs. 14. Ryan Oehler, EBR, 7.063, 191.57; 4. Karen Stoffer, Suzuki, 6.865, 195.93 vs. 13. Kelly Clontz, Suzuki, 7.055, 190.03; 5. Jerry Savoie, Suzuki, 6.878, 194.10 vs. 12. Freddie Camarena, Suzuki, 7.040, 191.65; 6. Eddie Krawiec, Buell, 6.933, 196.10 vs. 11. Andrew Hines, Buell, 6.996, 194.88; 7. Scotty Pollacheck, EBR, 6.935, 194.91 vs. 10. Angie Smith, EBR, 6.990, 192.38; 8. Chris Bostick, Suzuki, 6.939, 192.93 vs. 9. Joey Gladstone, Suzuki, 6.954, 193.40.
FRIDAY - B. FORCE, DEJORIA, KORETSKY AND JOHNSON RACE TO PROVISIONAL NO. 1 SPOTS AT DODGE//SRT NHRA NATIONALS PRESENTED BY PENNZOIL
Already the track record holder in Top Fuel, Brittany Force added another impressive performance at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Friday, racing to the provisional No. 1 spot at the Dodge//SRT NHRA Nationals presented by Pennzoil.
Alexis DeJoria (Funny Car), Kyle Koretsky (Pro Stock) and Steve Johnson (Pro Stock Motorcycle) are also the provisional No. 1 qualifiers at the 19th of 20 races during the 2021 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season and the sixth race in the Countdown to the Championship playoffs.
Force powered to another standout run to close out qualifying on Friday, this time going 3.693-seconds at 333.41 mph in her 11,000-horsepower Monster Energy dragster. Should it hold, Force would earn her 12th No. 1 qualifier this season, one off the Top Fuel record for a single season, and the 32nd in her career. It’s been a dominant season in qualifying for Force, but the former world champ is after race wins as she tries to track down three-time defending world champ Steve Torrence. Force entered the weekend 73 points back of the Texan.
“That was a great run and a great start for us,” Force said. “We’ve had success here in Vegas and won the event in 2019. We’re in the hunt for (the championship) and that’s exciting for all of us. We’re going to throw down and we’re going to go for it. Every run matters and we’re going to try to throw down every run. We want to get this done, but we need to do well and we need to get a win this weekend. We’re off to a great start and we want to get as close as we can (to Torrence).”
Clay Millican is currently qualified second with his pass of 3.732 at 328.70, while Bristol winner Mike Salinas is fourth after going 3.766 at 321.12. Torrence went 3.771 and 325.92 and sits fourth.
After winning the most recent event, Alexis DeJoria kept up her strong pace in Funny Car, qualifying No. 1 in her 11,000-horsepower Bandero Premium Tequila ROKiT Toyota Camry with a strong pass of 3.896 at 327.03. It would also give DeJoria her second straight No. 1 qualifier after picking up her first top spot in five years when she went to No. 1 in Bristol, handing her plenty of possible momentum to close out the 2021 season. Championship contenders John Force and J.R. Todd are currently second and third, respectively, after Force went 3.902 at 328.54 and Todd turned in a 3.911 at 329.02.
Points leader Ron Capps is currently seventh while defending world champ and event winner Matt Hagan, who trails Capps by just one point, is fourth after a 3.931 at 322.34.
In Pro Stock, Kyle Koretsky got off to a great start in his Lucas Oil Chevrolet Camaro, going to the No. 1 spot on his pass of 6.667 at 205.10. If it holds, it would be Koretsky’s second career No. 1 qualifier and would take place at an event where he went to his first career final round a year ago. Koretsky fell in that race to defending world champ Erica Enders, but the rising star is looking to a big finish to his second year in Pro Stock, one that has included his first career victory.
Points leader Greg Anderson drove to the second spot on Friday after his pass of 6.670 at 205.32. Anderson, who became the all-time wins leader in Pro Stock history with his victory in Dallas, had an 81-point lead over Enders entering the weekend. Star rookie Dallas Glenn is currently third after going 6.687 at 203.40.
Needing a big weekend after considerable struggles in Bristol, Pro Stock Motorcycle’s Steve Johnson turned in a splendid opening day on Friday in Las Vegas, racing to the No. 1 position with his pass of 6.848 at 196.24 on his USA Electric Mac Rak Suzuki. If it holds, Johnson would pick up his fourth No. 1 qualifier this year and eighth this season. The championship hopeful needs a big weekend after a first-round loss in Bristol that dropped him 56 points out of first heading into Las Vegas.
Johnson got the solid start he needed on Friday, but points leader and defending world champ Matt Smith is right behind after going 6.869 at 197.83. Angelle Sampey, who is second in points and is the most recent race winner, rounds out the current top three after going 6.869 at 195.19.
Qualifying continues at 12:00 p.m. ET on Saturday at the Dodge//SRT NHRA Nationals presented by Pennzoil at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Friday's results after the first one of three rounds of qualifying for the 21st Annual Dodge//SRT NHRA Nationals presented by Pennzoil at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, 19th of 20 events in the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series. Qualifying will continue Saturday for Sunday's final eliminations.
Top Fuel -- 1. Brittany Force, 3.693 seconds, 333.41 mph; 2. Clay Millican, 3.732, 328.70; 3. Mike Salinas, 3.766, 321.12; 4. Steve Torrence, 3.771, 325.92; 5. Alex Laughlin, 3.809, 318.54; 6. Leah Pruett, 3.843, 310.55; 7. Cameron Ferre, 3.851, 318.39; 8. Josh Hart, 3.862, 276.07; 9. Brandon Welch, 3.940, 260.26; 10. Shawn Langdon, 3.952, 255.15; 11. Billy Torrence, 4.055, 245.99; 12. Rob Passey, 4.510, 233.64; 13. Antron Brown, 5.336, 135.69; 14. Justin Ashley, 6.027, 103.17; 15. Troy Buff, 6.694, 87.16; 16. Doug Kalitta, 6.853, 97.05.
Not Qualified: 17. Tripp Tatum, 10.224, 87.48.
Funny Car -- 1. Alexis DeJoria, Toyota Camry, 3.896, 327.03; 2. John Force, Chevy Camaro, 3.902, 328.54; 3. J.R. Todd, Camry, 3.911, 329.02; 4. Matt Hagan, Dodge Charger, 3.931, 322.34; 5. Bob Tasca III, Ford Mustang, 3.935, 329.34; 6. Tim Wilkerson, Mustang, 3.948, 324.67; 7. Ron Capps, Charger, 3.973, 304.60; 8. Tony Jurado, Mustang, 3.986, 318.17; 9. Chad Green, Mustang, 4.122, 256.60; 10. Paul Lee, Charger, 4.320, 219.76; 11. Jeff Diehl, Camry, 4.320, 216.03; 12. Chris Morel, Charger, 4.335, 248.43; 13. Steven Densham, Mustang, 4.338, 285.59; 14. Robert Hight, Camaro, 4.660, 174.12; 15. Jim Campbell, Charger, 7.204, 84.04; 16. Cruz Pedregon, Charger, 8.401, 87.07.
Not Qualified: 17. Terry Haddock, 9.833, 81.80; 18. Bobby Bode, 13.218, 42.58.
Pro Stock -- 1. Kyle Koretsky, Chevy Camaro, 6.667, 205.10; 2. Greg Anderson, Camaro, 6.670, 205.32; 3. Dallas Glenn, Camaro, 6.687, 203.40; 4. Chris McGaha, Camaro, 6.693, 205.38; 5. Mason McGaha, Camaro, 6.694, 205.32; 6. Erica Enders, Camaro, 6.696, 203.77; 7. Matt Hartford, Camaro, 6.699, 205.51; 8. Deric Kramer, Camaro, 6.701, 204.88; 9. Alan Prusiensky, Dodge Dart, 6.715, 203.22; 10. Bo Butner, Camaro, 6.743, 202.64; 11. Marty Robertson, Ford Mustang, 6.748, 203.34; 12. Richie Stevens, Camaro, 6.772, 203.52; 13. Aaron Stanfield, Camaro, 6.798, 177.42; 14. Cristian Cuadra, Mustang, 6.818, 176.93; 15. Troy Coughlin Jr., Camaro, 6.826, 176.63; 16. John Callahan, Dart, 6.874, 200.20.
Not Qualified: 17. Kenny Delco, 11.890, 73.13.
Pro Stock Motorcycle -- 1. Steve Johnson, Suzuki, 6.848, 196.24; 2. Matt Smith, EBR, 6.869, 197.83; 3. Angelle Sampey, Suzuki, 6.869, 195.19; 4. Jerry Savoie, Suzuki, 6.900, 193.43; 5. Eddie Krawiec, Buell, 6.933, 195.14; 6. Scotty Pollacheck, EBR, 6.990, 194.80; 7. Chris Bostick, Suzuki, 7.017, 189.18; 8. Ryan Oehler, EBR, 7.063, 191.38; 9. Kelly Clontz, Suzuki, 7.086, 188.15; 10. Freddie Camarena, Suzuki, 7.092, 190.62; 11. Joey Gladstone, Suzuki, 7.098, 193.40; 12. Charles Poskey, Suzuki, 7.530, 182.38; 13. Andrew Hines, Buell, 7.879, 124.32; 14. Karen Stoffer, Suzuki, 11.228, 72.42; 15. Angie Smith, EBR, 15.383, 49.15.