Pressure units monitor marks in NHRA’s Virginia return

DINWIDDIE, Va. — Prime Gasoline factors chief Brittany Pressure broke each ends of the monitor document at Virginia Motorsports Park in qualifying Friday for the Virginia NHRA Nationals.

Within the NHRA’s first occasion on the monitor in three years, Pressure had a 3.710-second run at 335.82 mph. She has 9 of the ten quickest runs in Prime Gasoline historical past.

“It cleared up and [crew chief David] Grubnic had a aim set and we hit that mark,” Pressure stated. “We’re enthusiastic about that, and [I’m] fairly excited to make that run right here in Virginia. It has been since 2019 that we had been right here final, so to have the ability to come out right here for the followers and make that run and put a present for them, that was nice. We simply wish to hold enhancing and see what we will do on race day.”

Matt Hagan led in Humorous Automobile, and Angie Smith in Professional Inventory Bike.

Hagan, the factors chief, broke the monitor velocity document with a 3.914 at 335.82 in a Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat. Smith set monitor information along with her move of 6.788 at 200.38 – the primary 200 mph bike run in monitor historical past — on a Buell.


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