CORDOVA, Ill. - #1 Notes from round 1 qualifying in Mopar Performance Parts Pro Modified at the 21st annual Amalie Motor Oil Summer Nationals listing lane, driver name, elapsed time, top speed, and position in order following run:
Left Lane: Carl Spiering Runs 0.000/0.00, Now #1
Right Lane: Troy Critchley Runs 0.000/0.00, Now #2
Spiering made a quick move toward the wall and then reeled it back in. Critchley got real out of shape around thousand feet, and did a great job to save it. Just told they will both get a rerun.
Left Lane: Kevin O'Dell Runs 17.530/44.14, Now #2
Right Lane: Billy Harper Runs 6.471/213.47, Now #1
O'Dell was out of shape right off the starting line.
Left Lane: Mike Ashley Runs 6.996/203.37, Now #3
Right Lane: Mitch Stott Runs 6.571/215.20, Now #2
Left Lane: Chuck Nuytten Runs 7.031/169.57, Now #6
Right Lane: Fred Hahn Runs 6.423/221.05, Now #1
All eyes are on Hahn.
Left Lane: Tommy Gray Runs 6.526/213.00, Now #4
Right Lane: Steve Cossis Runs 6.502/215.75, Now #3
A couple great looking passes from these two for the number three and four spots.
Left Lane: Shannon Jenkins Runs 6.484/218.12, Now #3
Right Lane: Harold Martin Runs 6.883/189.95, Now #8
Left Lane: Dale Brinsfield Runs 6.477/217.42, Now #3
Right Lane: Quain Stott Runs 6.514/198.73, Now #6
Brinsfield launched hard and drove it on through the quarter mile. Stott had a few puffs of smoke out of it on the top end.
Left Lane: Ed Hoover Runs 6.455/216.90, Now #2
Right Lane: Ronnie Hood Runs 6.847/161.56, Now #10
Hoover jumps right in behind Hahn.
Left Lane: Carl Moyer Runs 6.676/209.62, Now #10
Right Lane: Brian Gahm Runs 7.753/120.23, Now #16
Gahm got real loose and had to click it off.
Left Lane: Chip King Runs 11.002/81.44, Now #18
Right Lane: Alan Pittman Runs 6.471/215.20, Now #3
King in a new car and he dropped a bunch of cylinders right off the starting line. Pittman with a lot of engine smoke on the top end.
Left Lane: Pat Moore Runs 6.579/188.04, Now #10
Right Lane: Mike Castellana Runs 6.755/168.85, Now #13
Left Lane: Ron Kammes Runs 7.539/191.95, Now #20
Right Lane: Al Billes Runs 6.615/215.62, Now #11
Right Lane: Troy Critchley Runs 6.424/220.22, Now #2
Critchley with his rerun here. That ends this round of Pro Mod.
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