“We wanted to come out and make a strong run in that early session,” Langdon said. “We knew it was going to heat up for the later session today. We really felt that was the run to go after. Luckily, it held and it was basically what we were trying to run.”
Langdon is looking for his first career Gatornationals win. The last time he was the No. 1 qualifier in Pomona, he went on to win the race.
Tony Schumacher, who was the provisional No. 1 qualifier last night, moved down to fourth with a 3.796 run. Kalitta got the third spot over Schumacher, as they both had the same time; however, Kalitta went 323.58 mph compared to Schumacher’s 323.43.
This is Pritchett’s top qualifying position of her career.
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