NHRA: Gatornationals – Top Fuel Harley
Top Fuel Harley
Randal Andras wins the Top Fuel Harley class at the 2020 Amalie Oil Gatornationals in an all Jay Turner Racing final. This is the fifth win this year for Andras. Randal took the starting advantage over Chris Smith and then ran the quickest pass of the event at 6.272!
|Driver||Robert Malloy – WIN||Rich Vreeland|
|660 FT MPH||185.69||175.57|
Weather conditions: air temperature 85 degrees, relative humidity 75 percent, barometer 29.75 inches, adjusted altitude 3,022 feet, track temperature 97 degrees. This is the first time Malloy and Vreeland have faced each other in eliminations. Malloy with the starting line advantage and never trailed for the win.
|Driver||Jay Turner – WIN||Ryan Peery|
|660 FT MPH||182.92||115.79|
This is the first time Turner and Peery have faced each other in eliminations. Turner with the starting line advantage and never trailed for the win. Peery with problems early and clicked it off.
|Driver||Tracy Kile||Chris Smith – WIN|
|660 FT MPH||176.37||182.62|
This is the first time Kile and Smith have faced each other in eliminations. Kile with the starting line advantage, but Smith grabs the lead by 330 feet and never trails from there on for the win. He runs top speed of the event. He will give up lane choice to Malloy in the semifinal.
|Driver||Randal Andras – WIN||Rickey House|
|660 FT MPH||184.80||177.30|
Andras is 4 – 3 against House in prior events. Andras with a slight starting line advantage and never trailed for the win. He will have lane choice over Turner in the semifinal.
|Driver||Robert Malloy||Chris Smith – WIN|
|660 FT MPH||182.80||186.46|
Weather conditions: air temperature 86 degrees, relative humidity 73 percent, barometer 29.67 inches, adjusted altitude 3,223 feet, track temperature 106 degrees. This is the first time Malloy and Smith have faced each other in eliminations. Smith with the starting line advantage and is out of the groove over by the centerline, he stays with it and takes the win. Chris Smith’s MOV: 0.0414 seconds (approximately 13 feet).
|Driver||Randal Andras – WIN||Jay Turner|
|660 FT MPH||187.03||184.19|
Turner is 3 – 2 against Andras in prior events. Andras with the starting line advantage and never trailed for the win. He goes to the final round again and will have lane choice in the final.
|Driver||Randal Andras – WIN||Chris Smith|
|660 FT MPH||188.83||185.41|
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