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Old 07-28-2015, 05:41 AM   #1
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NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle Results From Denver

placeholder221 eddiekrawiec friday denver?itokttP6mtx3On Friday, Eddie Krawiec took Number One Qualifier honors with a run of 7.16 at 186.1 mph, a new track record at Denver’s Bandimere Speedway.





placeholder237 eddiekrawieccelebration sunday denver?itokPYiONGGvScreamin’ Eagle Vance & Hines rider Eddie Krawiec, the current PSM points leader, raises the Wally for the first time this year on a holeshot final-round run.



Eddie Krawiec raced to his 28th career victory in Pro Stock Motorcycle with a 7.239 at 185.51 holeshot final round result over Hector Arana Jr. on his Screamin’ Eagle Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson. The current NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle points leader earned his first win of the season and third at Bandimere Speedway.

“In the final, I could hear him next to me,” said Krawiec, a three-time world champ. “I will say one thing; I knew I had to be about .020 on the tree, and I was .025. I usually don’t race that way. I don’t usually have to push that hard, but this year I do. I really didn’t want the final to be that close, but I couldn’t ask for any better. It always makes the driver look good to win on a holeshot.”



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Recent Chicago winner Arana Jr. raced his Lucas Oil Buell past Freddie Camarena, Steve Johnson and defending world champ and 2014 event winner Andrew Hines to reach the final. Arana Jr. sits second in points, trailing Krawiec by 36.

CLICK HERE to see Arana Jr.'s Chicago win at the Lucas Oil Nationals




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