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Arana Jr. leads PSM on Friday night qualifier

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Friday, June 5, 2015 9:13 AM | Written by: Anthony Caruso III

Hector Arana Jr. is the Pro Stock Motorcycle No. 1 qualifier at the 46th annual Toyota NHRA Summernationals. Arana Jr. went 196.53 mph with an elapsed time of 6.849.

Behind Arana Jr. is Karen Stoffer, who is racing at the Summernationals since she was a full-time driver with Geico, is second. She went 196.02 with a 6.853 E.T.

Hector Arana Jr. NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle Toyota NHRA Summernationals Old Bridge Township Raceway Park

Hector Arana Jr. (Photo by the NHRA)

Jimmy Underdahl is third with a 6.857, while Hector Arana is fourth. Andrew Hines, who is last year’s winner, rounds out the top five.

Jerry Savoie is sixth, and Scotty Pollacheck is seventh. Steve Johnson is eigth. Hometown driver Eddie Krawiec is ninth.

LE Tonglet is tenth and Matt Smith is 11th. Chip Ellis is 12th.

Currently, there is a 12 PSM field, before it rounds out to 16 tomorrow. If it would have went to 16 cars tonight, then Angelle Sampey would be 13th. Joe DeSantis would be 14th. Angie Smith, the wife of Matt Smith, is 15th, and Shawn Gann is 16th.

Chaz Kennedy and Lance Bonham are in the 17th and 18th positions.

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