A couple other Pro Nitrous Motorcycle riders came close, but points leader Chris Garner-Jones was the only competitor to dip in the 3-second zone in qualifying at the fourth race on the Professional Drag Racers Association’s (PDRA) eight-race tour, the North vs. South Shootout presented by Line-X on Friday night. The second-generation rider clocked a 3.999 at 176.56 to lead the eight-bike field aboard his Jones Racing Hayabusa.
“It felt good because we came into the weekend kind of struggling a little bit,” Garner-Jones said. “We ended the day on a good note, though. We came to win. Hopefully we can keep it up. With my brother [William] calling the shots, I’m confident we can go after that win.”
Three other riders came within thousandths of a second of joining Garner-Jones in the 3-second zone. Brad McCoy posted a 4.002 at 175.50 to qualify second, followed by defending world champion Travis Davis with his 4.006 at 173.85. Motorcycle drag racing veteran Paul Gast ended up just outside the top 3 with his 4.008 at 175.57.
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