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Las Vegas Pro Stock Saturday results: Q4

Bo Butner captured his second pole of the season and is chasing his third victory of the year at the Denso Spark Plugs NHRA Four-Wide Nationals.
06 Apr 2019
Jacob Sundstrom, NHRA National Dragster Associate Editor
Race coverage
Bo Butner

Jeg Coughlin Jr. made a strong run but failed to catch Bo Butner in the final Pro Stock qualifying session. Butner secured pole position at the Denso Spark Plugs NHRA Four-Wide Nationals, his ___ of the season. The winner of three of the last five races will chase his fourth in six Sunday at noon Pacific. 

Teammate Greg Anderson made a big move to breakup the Elite Motorsports monopoly. The driver of the red Summit Chevrolet moved into the No. 3 qualifying spot with a 6.664 burst, slotting just ahead of Rodger Brogdon and Matt Hartford (6.665, respectively). The third and ninth positions are separated by .007 second -- that's Anderson and teammate Fernando Cuadra. 

Four of the five Elite Motorsports Camaros are qualified neatly from fourth to seventh. That's Hartford, Brogdon, Alex Laughlin and Erica Enders. Jeff Isbell is on the bump spot with a 6.965. 

First-round quads (lane choice first):
Bo Butner vs. Deric Kramer vs. Fernando Cuadra vs. Jeff Isbell
Jeg Coughlin Jr. vs. Erica Enders vs. Jason Line vs. Alan Prusiensky
Greg Anderson vs. Alex Laughlin vs. Steve Graham vs. Joey Grose
Matt Hartford vs. Rodger Brogdon vs. Chris McGaha vs. Shane Tucker

FINAL QUALIFYING ORDER
1    Bo Butner    6.648
2    Jeg Coughlin Jr.    6.652
3    Greg Anderson    6.664
4    Rodger Brogdon    6.665
5    Matt Hartford    6.665
6    Alex Laughlin    6.666
7    Erica Enders    6.668
8    Deric Kramer    6.669
9    Fernando Cuadra    6.671
10    Jason Line    6.679
11    Steve Graham    6.689
12    Chris McGaha    6.707
13    Shane Tucker    6.724
14    Joey Grose    6.743
15    Alan Prusiensky    6.77
16    Jeff Isbell    6.965