By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
JEGS.com/Elite Performance Pro Stock driver Jeg Coughlin Jr. is the provisional No. 1 qualifier on Friday night at the 33rd annual AAA Texas NHRA FallNationals at the Texas Motorplex in Ennis, Texas. The Delaware, Ohio native went 6.599 at 207.53 in his second session to lead the pack.
If Coughlin Jr. is able to hold on to the top spot, it’ll be his fourth No. 1 qualifier of the season. In addition, it would be his 27th No. 1 qualifier of the season.
“Our goal coming into the Countdown was definitely to be much more aggressive,” Coughlin Jr. said. “I was trying to see if we could earn a couple of small points along the way. The team has done a fantastic job of that and darn near leading the pack with qualifying points.”
Summit Racing Equipment Pro Stock driver Greg Anderson is the provisional No. 2 qualifier. The Mooresville, North Carolina native went 6.600 at 208.42.
His Summit Racing Equipment teammate Jason Line is the provisional No. 3 qualifier. The Mooresville, North Carolina native went 6.601 at 207.75 mph.
Mountain View Tires sponsored driver Vincent Nobile is the provisional No. 4 qualifier. The Melville, New York native went 6.609 at 208.10 mph.
Gas Monkey Garage/360 Wraps sponsored Alex Laughlin, who missed the first two races of the Countdown to the Championship after losing his Technet sponsorship, is the provisional No. 5 qualifier. The Granbury, Texas native went 6.613 at 206.48 mph.
|No. 6 Drew Skillman||6.615||208.55 mph|
|No. 7 Bo Butner||6.615||208.04 mph|
|No. 8 Erica Enders-Stevens||6.615||207.75 mph|
|No. 9 Tanner Gray||6.621||208.36 mph|
|No. 10 Deric Kramer||6.623||208.49 mph|
|No. 11 Chris McGaha||6.626||208.52 mph|
|No. 12 Matt Hartford||6.627||206.86 mph|
|No. 13 Fernando Caudra||6.647||207.66 mph|
|No. 14 Kenny Delco||6.661||207.59 mph|
|No. 15 Alan Prusiensky||6.666||205.41 mph|
|No. 16 Val Smeland||6.753||205.98 mph|
Presently, there are two Pro Stock drivers, who are not qualified. Shane Tucker, the Australian, is qualified 17th after he went 6.824 at 202.61 mph.
Robert River is also the 18th qualifier. He went 6.927 at 198.79 mph.
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