Dodge//SRT NHRA U.S.Nationals
Lucas Oil Raceway
September 1-5, 2021
Top Fuel Harley
Ryan Peery wins the Dodge//SRT US Nationals
This is the first time Peery and Wilson have faced each other in eliminations. Wilson with the starting line advantage, but Peery has the lead by the time they go by the Christmas tree and never trails from there on for the win. Peery wins his first Wally in his first final round.
Eliminations – Round 1
|Driver||Jay Turner||W – Chris Smith|
|660 FT MPH||138.27||155.08|
Turner is 4 – 0 against Smith in prior events. Smith with the starting line advantage, but is out of the groove. Turner has the lead early, but his bike goes silent on the top end and Smith drives back around him on the top end for the win.
|Driver||W – Robert Malloy||Jacob Stordeur|
|660 FT MPH||167.88||171.27|
This is the first time Malloy and Stordeur have faced each other in eliminations. Stordeur goes red to give Malloy the win.
|Driver||W – Tyler Wilson||Tii Tharpe|
|660 FT MPH||171.95||73.42|
Tharpe is 2 – 0 against Wilson in prior events. Wilson with the starting line advantage and the win. Tharpe banged it and slowed. Wilson will have lane choice over Smith in the semifinal.
|Driver||W – Ryan Peery||Randal Andras|
|660 FT MPH||179.76||52.09|
Andras is 2 – 0 against Peery in prior events. Andras with the starting line advantage, but banged it right at the hit. Peery with the win. He has the quickest pass of the round and will have lane choice over Malloy in the semifinal.
Eliminations – SEMI-FINAL
|Driver||W – Ryan Peery||Robert Malloy|
|660 FT MPH||180.72||129.18|
Weather conditions: air temperature 78 degrees, relative humidity 46 percent, barometer 29.90 inches, adjusted altitude 2,744 feet, track temperature 115 degrees. Malloy is 1 – 0 against Peery in prior events. Malloy with the starting line advantage, but starts to drift out of the groove and lifts. Peery in stright down the groove for the win. Peery is advancing to his first final round.
|Driver||W – Tyler Wilson||Chris Smith|
|660 FT MPH||162.10||156.08|
Wilson is 1 – 0 against Smith in prior events. Smith with the starting line advantage, but Wilson has the lead by 330 feet and never trails from there on for the win. He will give up lane choice to Peery in the final. Peery is advancing to his first final round.
Eliminations – FINAL
|Driver||W – Ryan Peery||Tyler Wilson|
|660 FT MPH||171.21||166.05|
Weather conditions: air temperature 78 degrees, relative humidity 46 percent, barometer 29.90 inches, adjusted altitude 2,707 feet. This is the first time Peery and Wilson have faced each other in eliminations. Wilson with the starting line advantage, but Peery has the lead by the time they go by the Christmas tree and never trails from there on for the win. Peery wins his first Wally in his first final round.
Heavy rain showers on Saturday wiped out the final two qualifying sessions of the 67th annual Dodge//SRT NHRA U.S. Nationals at Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis. Fields for Sunday’s eliminations are set from Friday’s single qualifying session due to the inclement weather.
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