BAYTOWN, Texas - Notes from final, round 4 qualifying in Pro Stock Bike at the 3rd annual Matco Tools SuperNationals presented by Racing Champions listing lane, rider name, elapsed time/top speed this round, position in order following run, best prior elapsed time/speed, and position in order prior to run:
Left Lane: Craig Treble Runs 7.336/182.82, Now #8; Best prior run: 7.318/186.48, Was #8
Right Lane: Greg Underdahl Runs 11.958/62.12, Now #12; Best prior run: 7.404/184.72, Was #12
6:45 PM and the bikes are at the line for their final round of qualifying. Underdahl was off the throttle by the time he reached half track.
Left Lane: Gary Tonglet Runs 7.439/182.11, Now #13; Best prior run: 7.405/178.95, Was #13
Right Lane: Blaine Hale Runs 7.450/176.49, Now #18; Best prior run: 7.495/178.45, Was #21
Hale doesn't make it in to the show.
Left Lane: Chris Reuter Runs 8.318/115.77, Now #11; Best prior run: 7.385/180.52, Was #11
Right Lane: Tony Mullen Runs 7.353/175.78, Now #6; Best prior run: 7.273/186.25, Was #6
No help for either rider here.
Left Lane: Angelle Seeling Runs 7.366/167.14, Now #2; Best prior run: 7.215/183.99, Was #2
Right Lane: Fred Collis Runs 7.395/179.37, Now #4; Best prior run: 7.247/189.52, Was #4
It doesn't look like the conditions are right tonight for anyone to move up...
Left Lane: David Feazell Runs 7.948/160.04, Now #22; Best prior run: 7.696/169.04, Was #22
Right Lane: Antron Brown Runs 7.279/182.11, Now #3; Best prior run: 7.234/184.85, Was #3
No help for either rider.
Left Lane: Jorge Mendoza No Time, Now #25; Best prior run: 9.162/158.22, Was #25
Right Lane: David Schultz Runs 7.339/182.80, Now #5; Best prior run: 7.254/185.28, Was #5
Mendoza launched, possibly in a gear other than first, and stopped the bike without getting a time.
Left Lane: John Smith No Time, Now #9; Best prior run: 7.331/188.17, Was #9
Right Lane: Hector Arana Runs 7.490/183.12, Now #21; Best prior run: 7.494/179.76, Was #21
Smith's motor died right after the launch, leaving him to be pushed off the track.
Left Lane: Steve Johnson Runs 7.420/177.70, Now #10; Best prior run: 7.384/188.62, Was #10
Right Lane: Brian Ayers Runs 7.505/175.21, Now #16; Best prior run: 7.435/180.02, Was #16
Everyone is staying where they were on the ladder, so far.
Left Lane: Brian DeLong Runs 7.522/172.89, Now #20; Best prior run: 7.486/178.64, Was #20
Right Lane: Fred Camarena Runs 7.501/174.35, Now #19; Best prior run: 7.459/182.38, Was #19
No help for either rider.
Left Lane: Larry Cook Runs 7.354/178.78, Now #7; Best prior run: 7.309/183.47, Was #7
Right Lane: Reggie Showers Runs 7.533/173.09, Now #17; Best prior run: 7.443/178.35, Was #17
Showers isn't able to make it back into the show.
Left Lane: Ron Ayers Runs 8.266/121.35, Now #15; Best prior run: 7.421/183.94, Was #15
Left Lane: Joe DeSantis Runs 7.519/179.78, Now #14; Best prior run: 7.419/183.44, Was #14
Closing with three single runs.
Left Lane: Bruce Dickson Runs 8.337/153.93, Now #24; Best prior run: 8.911/144.89, Was #24
Matt Hines retains his pole position for Sunday eliminations with a 7.179 ET. He'll face number sixteen qualifier Brian Ayers in the first round.
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