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Old 10-08-2014, 02:30 PM   #1
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NHRA Nationals Pro Stock Motorcycle Race Recap

In Pro Stock Motorcycle, Eddie Krawiec picked up his fourth win of 2014 with a 6.793 at 197.13 on the Screamin’ Eagle Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson, beating Scotty Pollacheck on the Petrolhead Apparel Buell. It was Krawiec’s 27th career victory and third at Maple Grove Raceway. With this victory, he cuts teammate Andrew Hines’ points lead to 25.

placeholder321 eddiekrawiec sunday reading?itokRpxBLbEn Nationals winner Krawiec closes in on his Screamin' Eagle Vance & Hines H-D teammate Andrew Hines in the PSM points chase.

“We were joking around that it looks like it’s going to come down to a two-hog [Harley] race instead of a two-horse race,” said Krawiec, who beat Shawn Gann, Adam Arana, and defending world champ Matt Smith en route to the final. “I knew that this was an important day for me personally. If I wanted to stay in championship contention, I have to make sure I can make up every round.”

Number one qualifier Hector Arana, Jr.took the Lucas Oil Buell as far as round two of eliminations before he red lighted a good weekend away against the Nitro Fish Buell of Matt Smith. Pollacheck was 0-4 in previous final-round appearances and was trying to reverse that trend aboard his Buell. Despite the loss, the Matt Smith Racing team rider moved to sixth in points and is within striking distance of fourth-place Steve Johnson and fifth-place Smith.

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