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Old 11-05-2014, 12:50 PM   #1
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Pro Stock Motorcycle Race For the 2014 Championship

Pro Stock Motorcycle top 10 standings going into the Finals at Pomona on November 13:

  1. Andrew Hines, Screamin’ Eagle Harley Davidson
  2. Eddie Krawiec, Screamin’ Eagle Harley Davidson (-92 points)
  3. Matt Smith, Buell (-230)
  4. Hector Arana Jr., Buell (-259)
  5. Steve Johnson, Suzuki (-290)
  6. Scott Pollacheck, Buell (-308)
  7. Hector Arana Sr., Buell (-342)
  8. John Hall, Buell (-354)
  9. Angie Smith, Buell (-417)
  10. Michael Ray Jr., Buell (-473)

Three-time Pro Stock Motorcycle World Champion Andrew Hines, who entered Las Vegas with a 25-point advantage over his Screamin’ Eagle Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson teammate Eddie Krawiec, raced to the win with a 6.965 at 191.02, defeating reigning world champ Matt Smith on the NitroFish Buell. Hines claimed his sixth victory of the season and expanded his lead in his bid for a fourth championship to 92 points.

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“I don’t want to play defense,” Hines said of his preparation for the Auto Club NHRA Finals. “I’m going to go on the offense. I don’t want to give up any bonus points during qualifying. I want to keep it over 80 points so we can roll into Sunday with the championship basically mathematically locked up.”

placeholderadamarana?itokfIJlBooJ MavTV-sponsored Adam Arana, currently 13th in standings, will end his professional racing career after only two seasons in the pro ranks. Arana, who competes alongside his father Hector and brother Hector Jr. in Pro Stock, has signed on with the U.S. Coast Guard, effective January 2015.

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