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Atlanta Pro Stock Motorcycle results: Semifinals

Jerry Savoie is chasing his first victory in more than a year. To get it, he'll have to beat Andrew Hines at the Arby's NHRA Southern Nationals.
05 May 2019
Jacob Sundstrom, NHRA National Dragster Associate Editor
Race coverage
Jerry Savoie

Jerry Savoie used another holeshot to reach the final round of the Arby’s NHRA Southern Nationals. He defeated No. 1 qualifier Eddie Krawiec to get a shot at his first victory of the season. To do that, he’ll have to beat another Harley-Davidson: Andrew Hines. 

Hines beat Hector Arana Jr. by overpowering him on the race track. The two were even on the race track but Hines ran a 6.897 down the quarter mile to easily advance to yet another final in what has been an excellent season already. He won his 50th career race a week ago at the NGK Spark Plugs NHRA Four-Wide Nationals and already has a chance to score his 51st. 

Savoie’s last win came against Hines – and two other riders – in Charlotte just over a year ago. He’s more than ready for that drought to end.