Mopar Express Lane NHRA Nationals Presented By Pennzoil
Maple Grove Raceway
September 9-12, 2021
Top Fuel Harley
Ryan Peery with the starting line advantage wins for the second week in a row!
Eliminations – Round 1
|Driver||W – William Jackson||Jay Turner|
|660 FT MPH||146.85||109.61|
Turner is 2 – 0 against Jackson in prior events. Turner with the starting line advantage and the lead until his bike went silent just before half track. Jackson started drifting out off the groove again, but he kept it in his lane for the win.
|Driver||W – Robert Malloy||John Toth|
|660 FT MPH||186.56||145.66|
This is the first time Malloy and Toth have faced each other in eliminations. Toth with the starting line advantage, but Malloy had the difference made up by250 feet and never trailed from there on for the win.
|Driver||Tii Tharpe||W – Randal Andras|
|660 FT MPH||138.73||184.70|
Andras is 7 – 1 against Tharpe in prior events. Tharpe with the starting line advantage, but Andras has the lead around 200 feet and never trailed from there on for the win. Andras runs low E.t. of the event for the win and he will have lane choice over Jackson in the semifinal.
|Driver||W – Ryan Peery||Rich Vreeland|
|660 FT MPH||180.16||176.24|
This is the first time Peery and Vreeland have faced each other in eliminations. Peery with the starting line advantage and never trailed for the win. He will give up lane choice to Malloy in the semifinal.
Eliminations – SEMI-FINAL
|Driver||Bob Malloy||W – Ryan Peery|
|660 FT MPH||177.35||177.00|
Weather conditions: air temperature 78 degrees, relative humidity 67 percent, barometer 30.09 inches, adjusted altitude 2,372 feet, track temperature 111 degrees.
|Driver||W – William Jackson||Randal Andras|
|660 FT MPH||171.60||144.12|
This is the first time Jackson and Andras have faced each other in eliminations.
Eliminations – FINAL
|Driver||William Jackson||W – Ryan Peery|
|660 FT MPH||168.39||175.94|
Peery with the starting line advantage and wins for the second week in a row.
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