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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

ENGLISHTOWN, NJ — Bo Butner III is the Pro Stock No. 1 qualifier on Saturday night at the NHRA Summernationals at Old Bridge Township Raceway Park. He secured the top spot following a pass on Friday.

Butner had a 6.551 at 211.59 mph pass in his Jim Butner’s Auto Chevy Camaro. Rookie sensation Tanner Gray is second, as the Denver, N.C. native went 6.555 at 211.59.

Bo Butner (Photo by the NHRA)

Bo Butner (Photo by the NHRA)

The two drivers at the same mph at 211.59 mph. However, Butner was quicker by .004 seconds.

KB Racing’s Jason Line went 6.559 at 210.73 mph in his Summit Racing Equipment Chevy Camaro. Allen Johnson — who did not make a fourth qualifying pass because his wife was in a “Dancing with the Stars” competition in Tennessee — is the No. 4 qualifier with a 6.567 at 210.90 mph.

Greg Anderson — Line and Butner’s teammate — had an eventful day. Despite flying back to North Carolina this morning to attend his son Cody’s graduation and flying back — he stayed the No. 5 qualifier with a 6.578 at 210.70 mph.

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