2022 NHRA #READINGNATS - EVENT RESULTS
SUNDAY - PROCK, HIGHT, ENDERS AND GLADSTONE OPEN PLAYOFFS WITH WINS IN FRONT OF CAPACITY CROWD AT PEP BOYS NHRA NATIONALS
It was a dominant start for John Force Racing to open the Countdown to the Championship playoffs, as Top Fuel’s Austin Prock and Funny Car points leader Robert Hight powered to wins on Sunday in front of a capacity crowd at Maple Grove Raceway at the 37th annual Pep Boys NHRA Nationals.
Erica Enders (Pro Stock) and Joey Gladstone (Pro Stock Motorcycle) also picked up wins at the first of six races in the Countdown to the Championship during the 2022 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season.
Opening the postseason from the 12th position, Prock drove to his second career win and first of the season with his run of 3.755-seconds at 329.67 mph in his 11,000-horsepower Montana Brands/Rocky Mountain Twist dragster in the final round against points leader Justin Ashley. Prock also jumped six spots in the standings with five races remaining in 2022. His day started with round wins against Doug Foley, Steve Torrence, and Indy winner Antron Brown, outdueling Brown on a spectacular pedalfest in the semifinals. From there, he won a thrilling side-by-side race with Ashley to finish off a monumental weekend.
“It’s awesome and we’re right back in the hunt of this thing,” said Prock, who became the ninth different winner in Top Fuel this year. “If you come out and win Reading, you’re right back in it. This is unbelievable and it was just one of those days where everything was going our way. I’m so proud of this team and thank you to John Force for giving me the opportunity. This was exactly what we needed.
“We came into the Countdown sitting 12th, and if we wanted to play for the big trophy, we knew we had to win this weekend. Everybody kept their heads down and still believed in themselves, and that attitude is how you win a Wally. I was really proud to win four rounds; it was the first time in a long time that I've been able to do that on Sunday. It's super cool that we came out on the good side of a close race.”
To reach the final round for the fifth time this season, Ashley, who took over the points lead, knocked off Jeff Chatterson, Doug Kalitta and Mike Salinas. Ashley jumped past Brittany Force in the points standings on Sunday and will take a nine-point lead to Charlotte.
Hight continued his spectacular season, racing to his seventh win this season and the 60th of his career, making a pass of 3.937 at 328.38 in his 11,000-horsepower Auto Club Chevrolet Camaro SS against Tim Wilkerson in the championship round. Hight and his team were again impressively consistent throughout eliminations, knocking off Cruz Pedregon and Matt Hagan to reach the final round. Wilkerson left early against Hight, who picked up a milestone victory and remains the favorite to win a fourth world championship as his points lead stretched to 81 points over Hagan.
"This is exactly how we scripted it,” Hight said. “The only problem is, it's really easy to script a weekend and a lot harder to get the job done. We needed to qualify well and get bonus points every run, because at the end of the year, those bonus points can be the difference.
"This is just hard to believe, what we're doing. I would have never guessed somebody would win seven Funny Car races. It's dog-eat-dog out there, so this is amazing. This is huge, to start out like this, but it's one down and five to go. We're going to have fun today and then go focus on Charlotte and try to get it done next week. If we can do that, we'll really be in a good position."
Tim Wilkerson overcame a fire in the semifinal round to advance to his second final round this season and the 49th in his career. He also picked up round wins against Alexis DeJoria, defending world champ Ron Capps and John Force, who was making his 800th career start on Sunday.
Enders also continued her dominant run in Pro Stock, avenging a loss to Troy Coughlin in the final round at Seattle with a stellar run of 6.582 at 209.72 in her Melling Performance/Elite Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro on Sunday at Maple Grove Raceway. Just like her incredible start to the year, Enders opened the Countdown to the Championship playoffs in perfect fashion, collecting her seventh win this season and 40th in her career. Her standout Sunday included round wins against Alan Prusiensky, Matt Hartford, and Kyle Koretsky, wrapping up eliminations with her first victory at the facility. Her lead also stands at 81 points over defending world champ Greg Anderson after the first playoff race.
"It was an amazing day, but really, ever since we set foot on the property it's been great,” Enders said. “Bo Butner went to No. 1, and we were No. 2, but after that, we were low every time we went down the track. This Countdown is going to be a dogfight, as it is every single year. We have to capitalize on every moment and execute perfectly from here.
"This is definitely special. A goal that I wrote down on January 1st was that I wanted to win at the tracks we haven't won before, and we started off on the right foot in Pomona. We won the 900th Pro Stock race and Sonoma has been on my list every year. We got it done, then we came here to Reading and got it done as well.”
Coughlin reached the final round for the fourth time this season, knocking off Cristian Cuadra, No. 1 qualifier Bo Butner and Anderson in the semifinals.
Joey Gladstone jumped back into the points lead in Pro Stock Motorcycle, capping off a memorable day at the track where he grew up with a win in the final round against Angie Smith, who went red. Gladstone put together a strong run of 6.835 at 196.93 to cap off his day and pick up his third win this season, with all of them coming in the last four races for the category. After Matt Smith jumped into the points lead with his Indy win, Gladstone grabbed it back to open the Countdown to the Championship, knocking off Hector Arana Jr., Matt Smith in a pivotal second-round matchup and then Marc Ingwersen to reach the final round. His points lead now stands at 29 over M. Smith and Gladstone was sure to soak in the victory in what’s been a breakout season.
"This is the playoffs, so that win is big. Matt [Smith] has been a strong force, so to be able to get a good edge is awesome,” Gladstone said. “We'll need it because he hauls butt. Everyone in this class is so tough, everybody is a contender, and any day you can beat one Smith is a good day – but two Smiths? That's a big deal. I'm proud of my team and proud of my tuner. Today is my daughter, Olivia's, birthday. It was a really special day, and how memorable is it to do this on her birthday."
Smith reached her second final round this season thanks to victories against Ron Tornow, Eddie Krawiec and defending event winner Steve Johnson.
The NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series returns to action on Sept. 23-25 with the Betway NHRA Carolina Nationals at zMAX Dragway in Charlotte.
SATURDAY - IN FRONT OF SELLOUT CROWD AT MAPLE GROVE, B. FORCE, HIGHT, BUTNER AND M. SMITH QUALIFY NO. 1 AT PEP BOYS NHRA NATIONALS
Top Fuel points leader Brittany Force capped off qualifying with a thrilling run on Saturday at Maple Grove Raceway, grabbing the No. 1 qualifier in front of a sellout crowd at the 37th annual Pep Boys NHRA Nationals and the opening race of the Countdown to the Championship.
Robert Hight (Funny Car), Bo Butner (Pro Stock) and Matt Smith (Pro Stock Motorcycle) also qualified No. 1 at the first of six races in the Countdown to the Championship during the 2022 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season. NHRA and officials at Maple Grove Raceway announced a sellout for Saturday’s racing as well, as the passionate fanbase in the area packed the historic track.
The Koretsky family purchased the fan-favorite facility in April and the tremendous crowd enjoyed an impressive day of qualifying.
“It’s crazy for the first event for our family to be a sellout, but we owe it all to the racing fans out here,” Kyle Koretsky said. “They supported us and came out here, and it’s beautiful weather watching NHRA drag racing.”
After struggling during the first two qualifying sessions in Top Fuel, Force vaulted to the top with her run of 3.696-seconds at 327.90 mph in her 11,000-horsepower Flav-R-Pac/Monster Energy dragster. It’s the eighth No. 1 qualifier this season and the 40th overall for Force, who has made the only run in the 3.60s this weekend and will look to pick up her fifth win of the season on Sunday. She’ll open eliminations against Cam Ferre and praised the work of her team to bounce back and jump all the way to the top to close out the day.
“I'm not sure dramatic is what we were going for. That's not how any of us wanted to do it, but we had a solid, good run and that's really what we needed,” Force said. “(But) we gained some points, another No. 1 qualifier, and we're just looking for a long raceday tomorrow. There was pressure not just for me as a driver but our entire team. It's tough to come into the first race of the Countdown and not be able to perform as we have been. Everything is a team effort. We feel all the emotions together and we want to win just as badly as anyone out here.
“It's pretty cool to see the stands are packed and see all the fans out here to support NHRA drag racing. They're the diehard fans and hopefully we put on a good show for them. We did that tonight and we want to do the same thing tomorrow. It's motivation to see the crowd that's here for us going into the Countdown. It just pumps us up.”
Justin Ashley will take the second spot after his run of 3.703 at 330.55 from Friday, while Mike Salinas’ 3.705 at 330.96 has him third. Austin Prock and Steve Torrence are fourth and fifth, respectively, heading into raceday.
Hight stayed on top in Funny Car, picking up his 75th career No. 1 qualifier in his 11,000-horsepower Auto Club Chevrolet Camaro SS on the strength of his 3.867 at 331.20 from Friday. It also gives Hight his fourth top spot this season and he also closed out Saturday with another stellar run in the 3.80s. In a nod to the consistency of the team and car, the points leader picked up bonus points in every qualifying session, putting him on course to try for a seventh win this season.
“Hats off to the Koretsky family. There is no better feeling than turning the corner and coming out of the staging lanes and pulling into the water box and you see packed stands and standing room only at the fence,” Hight said. It's pretty exciting and that's exactly what they needed for their first weekend. I'm proud of them and happy for them.
“Our team picked up points every single qualifying run, and it couldn't get any better than that. That's what we have to do all six races (in the Countdown). I know it’s just qualifying, but these are the kind of races we're going to have. There are a lot of great cars and we're going to have these battles every single weekend.”
On the side-by-side qualifying run with Hight to close out the day, defending world champ Ron Capps moved into the second spot with a run of 3.878 at 331.45. That bumped John Force to third with his 3.890 at 329.99. Force will be making his 800th career start on Sunday. Bob Tasca III and Matt Hagan round out the top five.
For the first time since 2019, Butner is the No. 1 qualifier in Pro Stock as his run of 6.523 at 210.088 from Friday in his Johnson’s Horsepower Garage Camaro held up through final qualifying on Saturday. It’s the 12th career No. 1 for Butner, who will open eliminations against Fernando Cuadra Sr. Things have come around lately since debuting a new car and Butner also has a chance for a second straight win in Super Gas in the Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series. That means a lot of momentum for the veteran driver, who is enjoying another quality weekend in Reading.
“I'm glad, but to be No. 1 in this field is tough. You have to make a right time, right place kind of run,” Butner said. Everybody is close so it's going to be a good race tomorrow. Our JHG team, the Elite team, they try very hard, and it showed with our car. I feel like tomorrow will maybe be a little warmer, so with the earlier start that first run is going to be the best run. If you can survive that first run, then you just have to make good runs.”
Erica Enders didn’t get the No. 1 spot, but the points leader did turn some heads to close out qualifying with a run of 6.530 at 209.85. It kept her second in qualifying and gave her the best pass of Saturday as she looks for her fifth win this season. Kyle Koretsky remained third with a 6.534 at 209.72, with Dallas Glenn and defending world champ Greg Anderson going 6.537 and 6.544, respectively, to fill out the top five.
It was the Smith show again on Saturday in Pro Stock Motorcycle, with Matt Smith jumping past his wife, Angie, to take the No. 1 position with a run of 6.741 at 201.79 on his Denso Auto Parts Buell. Angie finished second, giving the husband and wife duo the top two spots in the class for the second time this season. For Matt, who is the current points leader, it’s his third No. 1 spot this season and the 50th in his stellar career. He’ll open eliminations against Ryan Oehler, looking to build on his Indy victory and his points lead in the Countdown to the Championship, and win for the fourth time during the 2022 season.
“Angie had a great run yesterday. I just didn't know if the conditions this morning would be good enough to overtake her, but they were and we did,” Smith said. “The MSR camp has picked up a bunch of bonus points. We just need to continue, put together a round at a time, and hopefully we can turn on four win lights and Angie can turn on three or four and we can meet in the final.
“There's a lot of energy. Coming off the U.S. Nationals win, that's huge. Come here and we're No. 1 qualifier, she was No. 1 the first day and I was the second day. It's just a lot of momentum for our team and this DENSO team is striving at the right time.”
Angie finished in the second spot in qualifying thanks to her 6.757 at 201.22 as she will try to win for the first time this season. Steve Johnson, the defending event champ, took the third spot with his 6.774 from Friday, and Angelle Sampey and Marc Ingwersen round out the top five in the class.
Eliminations for the Pep Boys NHRA Nationals begin at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday at Maple Grove Raceway.
Sunday's first-round pairings for eliminations for the 37th annual Pep Boys NHRA Nationals at Maple Grove Raceway, the 17th of 22 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, 3.696 seconds, 327.90 mph vs. 16. Cameron Ferre, 4.067, 235.76; 2. Justin Ashley, 3.703, 330.55 vs. 15. Jeffrey Chatterson, 3.909, 314.90; 3. Mike Salinas, 3.705, 330.96 vs. 14. Joe Morrison, 3.903, 313.58; 4. Austin Prock, 3.706, 332.02 vs. 13. Doug Foley, 3.811, 289.63; 5. Steve Torrence, 3.711, 330.39 vs. 12. Shawn Langdon, 3.801, 322.88; 6. Clay Millican, 3.721, 329.02 vs. 11. Tony Schumacher, 3.754, 322.58; 7. Doug Kalitta, 3.724, 323.89 vs. 10. Leah Pruett, 3.734, 328.38; 8. Antron Brown, 3.731, 328.54 vs. 9. Josh Hart, 3.733, 330.47.
Funny Car -- 1. Robert Hight, Chevy Camaro, 3.867, 331.20 vs. Bye; 2. Ron Capps, Toyota Supra, 3.878, 331.45 vs. 15. Phil Burkart, Chevy Monte Carlo, 4.361, 237.88; 3. John Force, Camaro, 3.890, 329.99 vs. 14. Cory Lee, Ford Mustang, 4.322, 291.89; 4. Bob Tasca III, Mustang, 3.899, 331.53 vs. 13. Terry Haddock, Mustang, 4.026, 315.27; 5. Matt Hagan, Dodge Charger, 3.906, 326.32 vs. 12. Jim Campbell, Charger, 3.995, 319.60; 6. J.R. Todd, Supra, 3.912, 330.07 vs. 11. Chad Green, Mustang, 3.972, 321.65; 7. Tim Wilkerson, Mustang, 3.916, 326.48 vs. 10. Alexis DeJoria, Supra, 3.966, 301.47; 8. Cruz Pedregon, Charger, 3.931, 319.45 vs. 9. Paul Lee, Charger, 3.948, 330.47.
Pro Stock -- 1. Bo Butner, Chevy Camaro, 6.523, 210.08 vs. 16. Fernando Cuadra, Ford Mustang, 6.619, 206.76; 2. Erica Enders, Camaro, 6.530, 209.85 vs. 15. Alan Prusiensky, Dodge Dart, 6.613, 208.20; 3. Kyle Koretsky, Camaro, 6.534, 209.72 vs. 14. Tanner Gray, Camaro, 6.579, 209.14; 4. Dallas Glenn, Camaro, 6.537, 210.57 vs. 13. Mason McGaha, Camaro, 6.576, 208.65; 5. Greg Anderson, Camaro, 6.544, 209.88 vs. 12. Fernando Cuadra Jr., Mustang, 6.570, 209.43; 6. Aaron Stanfield, Camaro, 6.545, 209.59 vs. 11. Camrie Caruso, Camaro, 6.565, 206.23; 7. Matt Hartford, Camaro, 6.547, 209.92 vs. 10. Chris McGaha, Camaro, 6.565, 207.43; 8. Troy Coughlin Jr., Camaro, 6.549, 210.54 vs. 9. Cristian Cuadra, Mustang, 6.558, 205.88.
Did Not Qualify: 17. Larry Morgan, 6.620, 207.53; 18. Kenny Delco, 6.627, 209.33; 19. Chris Sweeny, 6.656, 208.65; 20. Brandon Miller, 6.942, 199.70.
Pro Stock Motorcycle -- 1. Matt Smith, EBR, 6.741, 201.79 vs. 16. Ryan Oehler, EBR, 7.006, 190.78; 2. Angie Smith, EBR, 6.757, 201.22 vs. 15. Ron Tornow, Victory, 6.919, 193.16; 3. Steve Johnson, Suzuki, 6.774, 198.61 vs. 14. Kelly Clontz, Suzuki, 6.910, 194.74; 4. Angelle Sampey, Suzuki, 6.782, 201.07 vs. 13. Jianna Evaristo, Suzuki, 6.870, 194.86; 5. Marc Ingwersen, EBR, 6.785, 198.50 vs. 12. Scotty Pollacheck, EBR, 6.848, 199.55; 6. Jerry Savoie, Suzuki, 6.795, 197.31 vs. 11. Chris Bostick, Buell, 6.839, 197.25; 7. Eddie Krawiec, Suzuki, 6.797, 198.44 vs. 10. Karen Stoffer, Suzuki, 6.815, 198.15; 8. Joey Gladstone, Suzuki, 6.798, 199.14 vs. 9. Hector Arana Jr, Buell, 6.806, 199.97.
Did Not Qualify: 17. Gaige Herrera, 7.225, 183.39.
FRIDAY - HIGHT, ASHLEY, BUTNER AND A. SMITH TAKE PROVISIONAL NO. 1 SPOTS AT MAPLE GROVE TO OPEN PLAYOFFS
Funny Car points leader Robert Hight opened the Countdown to the Championship playoffs in impressive fashion, powering to the provisional No. 1 qualifier on Friday at the 37th annual Pep Boys NHRA Nationals at Maple Grove Raceway.
Justin Ashley (Top Fuel), Bo Butner (Pro Stock) and Angie Smith (Pro Stock Motorcycle) are also provisional No. 1 qualifiers at the first of six races in the Countdown to the Championship during the 2022 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season.
Hight continued his incredible 2022 to open the playoffs, racing to the No. 1 position with his pass of 3.867-seconds at 331.20 mph in his 11,000-horsepower Auto Club Chevrolet Camaro SS. Hight is seeking his fourth No. 1 qualifier this season and 75th in his career, but the points leader is also looking to add to the six wins he's already put together. He's been remarkably consistent throughout the season and the team's mindset won't change during the Countdown to the Championship as the three-time world champ looks to continue his success this year.
"We have to be aggressive and we're going to need all the points we can get," Hight said. "You have to get your mind right because anything can happen with such a small lead. We have to pick up every point we can. It's one run at a time. That's what it's going to take to win this championship. Every point matters.
"We had a team meeting and we talked about we have six races, and we have to give it our all. We've got to put everything that really doesn't matter to the side and focus on this car -- but you really don't have to tell this team that. They're switched on. It's exciting to be part of this, exciting to see their smiles when you come back in the pits. We'll work hard and try to get more of those points tomorrow."
Hight's teammate, 16-time world champion John Force, is second after going 3.890 at 329.99, while defending world champ Ron Capps, who is coming off his huge U.S. Nationals victory in Indy, is right behind thanks to his 3.891 at 334.90. A pair of three-time winners in 2022 round out the top five, as Bob Tasca III is currently fourth with his 3.904 and Matt Hagan is fifth after a run of 3.906.
In Top Fuel, Ashley continued his success at Maple Grove Raceway, taking the No. 1 spot on Friday with a run of 3.703 at 330.55 in his 11,000-horsepower Phillips Connect Toyota dragster. In his first Countdown to the Championship appearance last season, Ashley advanced to the final round at his home track, and he opened this year's playoffs on a fantastic note as he seeks his second No. 1 spot this season. Ashley is third to open the playoffs and will look to make up ground this weekend in Reading.
"It was a great run and going into today we thought the conditions would be there and that it would be really fast," Ashley said. "The car felt straight and true. It went right on down there and did exactly what we wanted it to do. Especially Countdown time, those bonus points are critical, and we have a good baseline going into the weekend. You feel it in the Countdown, the energy, but you really can't change anything. You just have to go about your business the same way that you did before. If you start trying to change things, you start trying to push and I don't think pushing is ever a good idea. You have to let the race come to you."
Racing at his sponsor's event, Mike Salinas, who is second in points, is right behind Ashley after his run of 3.705 at 330.96. Austin Prock ran a 3.706 at 332.02 to sit third, while four-time defending world champ Steve Torrence (3.711) and Clay Millican (3.721) are fourth and fifth.
It's been a struggle for most of the season for Bo Butner in Pro Stock, but the Countdown to the Championship may have breathed new life into the former world champ as he went to No. 1 with his run of 6.523 at 210.08 in his Johnson's Horsepowered Garage Camaro. Butner has only qualified better than fifth once this season, but things may be turning around at the right time. He debuted a new car last month and took the fifth spot in Indy, adding another great run on Friday as the veteran looks to make a run in the playoffs.
"This new car has been good to us right from the start," said Butner, who opens the Countdown to the Championship 11th in the points standings. "I've got my work cut out for me (in the Countdown), but we're going to try to go rounds and try to win a race or two. I didn't let (the early-season struggles) get me down. Mentally, I'm in a great state and I'm here to have fun. Reading has been very good to us over the years and it's exciting to be here. The Koretsky family has done a hell of a job with the facility and we're just happy to be here."
Points leader Erica Enders, who has six wins this year, is qualified second after the first session with a 6.531 at 210.87, with Kyle Koretsky right behind after going 6.534 at 209.72. Dallas Glenn and Aaron Stanfield are fourth and fifth, respectively.
Starting the Countdown to the Championship from the seventh spot in Pro Stock Motorcycle, Angie Smith opened the playoffs on a strong note, going to No. 1 with a run of 6.757 at 201.22 on her Denso Auto Parts Suzuki. If it holds, Smith would gain her second No. 1 position this year and the third in her career. She's also after her first victory of the 2022 season and getting it this weekend at Maple Grove Raceway to open the Countdown to the Championship would certainly count as perfect timing.
"To end up at No. 1, we're pretty happy. It's all about momentum and if you start on a high you can just go up from there," Smith said. "I feel like we're in a good spot, it's just a matter of putting it all together. I have to treat this like it's any other race. In the past, I've let racing in the Countdown get to me. There's a lot of fast bikes and it's one of the tightest fields we've ever had, but I have to be calm and focused. I think I'm more comfortable on the bike than I've ever been and I'm on the best bike I've ever had."
Angie's husband, Matt, who is also the points leader, grabbed the second spot on the strength of his 6.768 at 201.55. He's coming off an impressive performance in Indy, where he got the win and jumped into the points lead. Defending event winner Steve Johnson is third with a pass of 6.774 at 198.06, while Angelle Sampey, who was the No. 1 qualifier last year in Reading, and Marc Ingwersen round out the top five.
Qualifying continues at 12:15 p.m. ET on Saturday at the Pep Boys NHRA Nationals at Maple Grove Raceway.
Friday's results after the first one of three rounds of qualifying for the 37th annual Pep Boys NHRA Nationals at Maple Grove Raceway, 17th of 22 events in the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series. Qualifying will continue Saturday for Sunday's final eliminations.
Top Fuel -- 1. Justin Ashley, 3.703 seconds, 330.55 mph; 2. Mike Salinas, 3.705, 330.96; 3. Austin Prock, 3.706, 332.02; 4. Steve Torrence, 3.711, 330.39; 5. Clay Millican, 3.721, 329.02; 6. Doug Kalitta, 3.724, 323.89; 7. Leah Pruett, 3.764, 326.24; 8. Tony Schumacher, 3.764, 323.12; 9. Joe Morrison, 3.903, 313.58; 10. Jeffrey Chatterson, 3.927, 310.48; 11. Doug Foley, 4.434, 169.81; 12. Josh Hart, 6.278, 107.00; 13. Shawn Langdon, 6.352, 104.07; 14. Antron Brown, 6.472, 101.87; 15. Brittany Force, 6.617, 91.19.
Funny Car -- 1. Robert Hight, Chevy Camaro, 3.867, 331.20; 2. John Force, Camaro, 3.890, 329.99; 3. Ron Capps, Toyota Supra, 3.891, 334.90; 4. Bob Tasca III, Ford Mustang, 3.904, 330.80; 5. Matt Hagan, Dodge Charger, 3.906, 326.32; 6. J.R. Todd, Supra, 3.912, 330.07; 7. Cruz Pedregon, Charger, 3.936, 317.72; 8. Tim Wilkerson, Mustang, 3.943, 328.94; 9. Paul Lee, Charger, 3.984, 302.55; 10. Jim Campbell, Charger, 3.995, 319.60; 11. Terry Haddock, Mustang, 4.026, 315.27; 12. Alexis DeJoria, Supra, 4.063, 246.98; 13. Phil Burkart, Chevy Monte Carlo, 6.190, 107.72; 14. Chad Green, Mustang, 6.731, 105.03; 15. Cory Lee, Mustang, broke.
Pro Stock -- 1. Bo Butner, Chevy Camaro, 6.523, 210.08; 2. Erica Enders, Camaro, 6.531, 210.87; 3. Kyle Koretsky, Camaro, 6.534, 209.72; 4. Dallas Glenn, Camaro, 6.537, 210.57; 5. Aaron Stanfield, Camaro, 6.545, 209.59; 6. Matt Hartford, Camaro, 6.547, 209.92; 7. Troy Coughlin Jr., Camaro, 6.549, 210.54; 8. Fernando Cuadra Jr., Ford Mustang, 6.570, 209.43; 9. Camrie Caruso, Camaro, 6.573, 206.23; 10. Cristian Cuadra, Mustang, 6.575, 209.69; 11. Chris McGaha, Camaro, 6.575, 208.49; 12. Mason McGaha, Camaro, 6.576, 208.65; 13. Greg Anderson, Camaro, 6.602, 209.85; 14. Kenny Delco, Camaro, 6.627, 209.33; 15. Alan Prusiensky, Dodge Dart, 6.628, 208.88; 16. Fernando Cuadra, Mustang, 6.635, 207.82.
Not Qualified: 17. Chris Sweeny, 6.656, 208.65; 18. Larry Morgan, 6.687, 207.53; 19. Brandon Miller, 10.784, 84.04; 20. Tanner Gray, 17.120, 49.05.
Pro Stock Motorcycle -- 1. Angie Smith, EBR, 6.757, 201.22; 2. Matt Smith, EBR, 6.768, 201.55; 3. Steve Johnson, Suzuki, 6.774, 198.06; 4. Angelle Sampey, Suzuki, 6.782, 201.07; 5. Marc Ingwersen, EBR, 6.785, 198.50; 6. Jerry Savoie, Suzuki, 6.800, 196.50; 7. Hector Arana Jr, Buell, 6.806, 199.97; 8. Joey Gladstone, Suzuki, 6.812, 198.23; 9. Chris Bostick, Buell, 6.839, 197.25; 10. Scotty Pollacheck, EBR, 6.849, 197.97; 11. Karen Stoffer, Suzuki, 6.855, 197.16; 12. Jianna Evaristo, Suzuki, 6.870, 194.86; 13. Kelly Clontz, Suzuki, 6.910, 194.74; 14. Ron Tornow, Victory, 6.919, 193.16; 15. Ryan Oehler, EBR, 7.006, 190.78; 16. Gaige Herrera, Suzuki, 11.850, 67.27.
Not Qualified: 17. Eddie Krawiec, 14.668, 55.12.