The Pro Nitrous Motorcycle riders are racing for win lights, records and a trophy without championship pressures, as Timblin Chassis backed Travis Davis clinched his third title at the last race. Ashley Owens almost set a new E.T. record on the McKinney Motorsports Hayabusa with his 3.955 at 178.57, which was good for the No. 1 spot at the Professional Drag Racers Association (PDRA) Proline Racing Brian Olson Memorial World Finals at Virginia Motorsports Park.
“Great pass, but like every other pass, I wish I could do it over again,” Owens said. “This is a great track and I love being at PDRA. I appreciate [team owner] Scott McKinney. This is his stuff, he just lets me tune and ride and have fun. It’s all good. We’re having a good weekend. It was close to the record, but close doesn’t count. We’re just going to take it one pass at a time. I just have to get through first round, then go from there. We’ll see what the track gives me and see if we can go faster.”
Drag bike legend Paul Gast followed Owens into the 3-second range with his 3.985 at 179.14 aboard his Fast By Gast entry. Championship runner-up Chris Garner-Jones qualified third with a 4.011 at 176.37 on the Hayabusa formerly campaigned by his late father, T.T. Jones.
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