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NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle – Winternationals Results

NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series
Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals Presented By
Auto Club Raceway at Pomona
July 30 – Aug 01, 2021

Pro Stock Motorcycle

Matt Smith continued to stay a step ahead of everyone in Pro Stock Motorcycle, picking up his fourth win this season on his Denso Auto Parts/Stockseth/Matt Smith Racing EBR after a pass of 6.828 at 199.52 in the final round against Angelle Sampey. Smith was the No. 1 qualifier by a wide margin and rolled through the field on Sunday, earning round wins against his wife, Angie, and teammate Scotty Pollacheck before cruising to the win against Sampey. He maintained his healthy lead in the points standings and picked up his second win on the Western Swing as well.

“It was hot out there and that was the biggest thing, just fighting the track with it being this hot,” said Smith, who now has 30 career wins. “But we got it done, qualified No. 1 and were almost low every round. I knew what we had to do in the final and we laid down a great run (in the final). I can’t say enough about the people who help us. We’ve got a great team.”

Sampey advanced to her first final round of the season and 75th in her standout career by taking out Jim Underdahl, Joey Gladstone and Vance & Hines teammate Eddie Krawiec. She also moved to fourth in points.

Pomona Pro stock Motorcycle

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Matt Smith lowered the boom to close out Pro Stock Motorcycle qualifying, staying on top and qualifying No. 1 with a stellar pass of 6.760 at 201.91 on his Denso Auto Parts/Stockseth/Matt Smith Racing EBR. The run set the new track speed record at Auto Club Raceway at Pomona and gave him an even bigger separation between the next-closest competitor, as Smith qualified No. 1 for the third time in 2021 and 46th time in his career. The points leader and defending world champ will look for his second win on the Western Swing on Sunday, and his impressive run to close out qualifying certainly turned heads.

“We just have to turn on four win lights and take it one round at a time (on Sunday),” Smith said. “We have the bike to beat and we’ve had the bike to beat all year long and I just haven’t done my job on Sundays at some of these races. We’re going to do the best we can and we’ll see if we can turn on four win lights (on Sunday).”

Angelle Sampey jumped all the way to second on her final pass of the day, going 6.830 at 197.51 and teammate Eddie Krawiec is third thanks to his 6.843 at 199.70.

01 Matt Smith 1 6.760 201.91
02 Angelle Sampey 6 6.830 197.51
03 Eddie Krawiec 2 6.843 199.7
04 Scotty Pollacheck 3 6.848 199.55
05 Jerry Savoie 10 6.881 196.7
06 Andrew Hines 4 6.885 199.52
07 Joey Gladstone 1550 6.886 197.19
08 Steve Johnson 8 6.899 195.34
09 Angie Smith 5 6.901 195.42
10 Jianna Salinas 7253 6.988 191.62
11 Fred Camarena 32 7.015 193.32
12 Ryan Oehler 7 7.017 192.96
13 Cory Reed 574 7.032 193.74
14 Karen Stoffer 777 8.252 113.02
15 James Underdahl 533 8.525 111.62



Matt Smith’s bid to end the Western Swing on a strong note started in impressive fashion on Friday, as the points leader and defending world champ went 6.806 at 199.20 on his Denso Auto Parts/Stockseth/Matt Smith Racing EBR. If it holds, it would give Smith his third No. 1 qualifier this season and the 46th in his standout career.

After winning in Denver to open the Western Swing, Smith will try to close it out with his fourth Pomona win. Teammate Scotty Pollacheck is currently in the second position after his run of 6.865 at 196.64 and Joey Gladstone’s 6.889 at 195.73 rounds out the top three.

01 Matt Smith 1 6.806 199.2
02 Scotty Pollacheck 3 6.865 196.64
03 Joey Gladstone 1550 6.889 195.73
04 Andrew Hines 4 6.893 197.39
05 Angie Smith 5 6.901 195.42
06 Eddie Krawiec 2 6.903 198.44
07 Jerry Savoie 10 6.945 187.39
08 Jianna Salinas 7253 7.056 187.89
09 Fred Camarena 32 7.147 190.19
10 Cory Reed 574 7.160 182.23
11 James Underdahl 533 8.525 111.62
12 Karen Stoffer 777 9.916 83.63
13 Steve Johnson 8 99.999 9999

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