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McGaha leads Pro Stock following two runs in Gainesville

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By Anthony Caruso III
March 13th, 2015, 6:09 PM EST

Chris McGaha is currently the provisional Pro Stock No. 1 qualifier at the Amalie Oil NHRA Gatornationals from Gainesville, Florida. Should he told on to this, it would be the third different No. 1 qualifier for Pro Stock in three races.

McGaha is looking to join Erica Enders-Stevens and Jason Line, who are the past two No. 1 qualifiers. Enders-Stevens held the top spot from Las Vegas, while Line had it at the first race in Pomona.

Chris McGaha NHRA Racing

Chris McGaha (Photo by the NHRA)

The Texan, McGaha, ran a 6.509 pass for the leader after two runs. Rodger Brogdon is currently second after two passes with a 6.526.

Brogdon won his third race of his career in Las Vegas.

Following McGaha and Brogdon is Greg Anderson. He ran a 6.529 at his first race in Gainesville in two years.

Last season, he missed the first four races of the season, which included Gainesville, following a procedure to fix his heart.


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