By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Screamin’ Eagle Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Pro Stock Motorcycle rider Chip Ellis is the No. 1 qualifier on Saturday at the AAA Insurance NHRA Midwest Nationals at Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison, Illinois. This is Ellis’ first No. 1 qualifier of the season.
Ellis claimed the No. 1 spot with a 6.764 at 196.76 mph pass in the fourth session.
“It is every Pro Stock Motorcycle racer dream to ride one of those Harley’s,” Ellis stated. “It is a real honor for me. I’ve wanted to be on a fast bike and they’ve certainly given me that [Saturday]. To be able to come out here and do what we’ve done is pretty awesome.”
His Harley-Davidson teammate Andrew Hines is the No. 2 qualifier. The Brownsburg, Indiana native went 6.782 at 197.74 mph.
White Alligator Racing’s Nitro Fish sponsored rider LE Tonglet is the No. 3 qualifier. The Matairie, Louisiana native went 6.812 at 195.76 mph.
The third Harley-Davidson bike, driven by Eddie Krawiec, is the No. 4 qualifier. The Brownsburg, Indiana native went 6.820 at 195.56 mph.
Elite Performance/Denso rider Matt Smith is the No. 5 qualifier. The King, North Carolina native went 6.824 at 199.61 mph.
|No. 6 Steve Johnson||6.832||196.10 mph|
|No. 7 Hector Arana||6.866||197.45 mph|
|No. 8 Hector Arana Jr.||6.869||198.99 mph|
|No. 9 Angelle Sampey||6.871||195.11 mph|
|No. 10 Jerry Savoie||6.872||195.76 mph|
|No. 11 Angie Smith||6.877||193.85 mph|
|No. 12 Scotty Pollacheck||6.893||194.35 mph|
|No. 13 Joey Gladstone||6.896||193.82 mph|
|No. 14 Jimmy Underdahl||6.925||193.35 mph|
|No. 15 Ryan Oehler||6.930||194.10 mph|
|No. 16 Mark Paquette||6.933||191.02 mph|
Two bikes did not quality for the show. No. 17 qualifier Kelly Clontz went 6.493 at 192.49 mph. No. 18 qualifier Karen Stoffer, a part of the Underdahl/Stoffer Racing team, went 6.982 at 191.02 mph.
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