“The truth is whit the playoff format, now is what matters,” Line said. “We are picking up at the right time. I’m hopefully giving Greg Anderson, Bo Butner and everybody else something to think about for the next couple of weeks. No questions it’s not over. For me it was do or die. If we didn’t win here this weekend the chances of winning the championship were going to be slim to none. Really had to kind of win. And I was lucky enough to win. Really a nice feeling.”
Drew Skillman ran 6.559 seconds at 211.26 mph. beating Greg Anderson who ran 6.592 seconds at 209.20 mph.
Jason Line ran 6.590 seconds at 210.64 mph. beating Brian Self who ran 13.523 seconds at 62.95 mph.
Drew Skillman ran 6.538 seconds at 211.26 mph. beating Bo Butner who ran 16.122 seconds at 51.20 mph.
Greg Anderson ran 6.572 seconds at 210.01 mph. beating Erica Enders who ran 6.575 seconds at 210.37 mph.
Jason Line ran 6.552 seconds at 210.87 mph. beating Alex Laughlin who ran 6.565 seconds at 210.37 mph.
Brian Self ran 6.566 seconds at 209.98 mph. beating Tanner Gray who ran 10.780 seconds at 81.51 mph.
Bo Butner ran 6.535 seconds at 211.83 mph. beating Shane Tucker who ran .673 seconds at mph.
Drew Skillman ran 6.552 seconds at 211.39 mph. beating Jeg Coughlin who ran 14.090 seconds at 59.06 mph.
Greg Anderson ran 4.304 seconds at mph. beating Larry Morgan who ran 6.575 seconds at 210.77 mph.
Erica Enders ran 6.707 seconds at 209.69 mph. beating Kenny Delco No Contestant who ran 0.000 seconds at 000.00 mph.
Jason Line ran 6.550 seconds at 210.60 mph. beating Alan Prusiensky who ran 6.788 seconds at 178.50 mph.
Alex Laughlin ran 6.562 seconds at 210.37 mph. beating Chris McGaha who ran 6.562 seconds at 210.80 mph.
Tanner Gray ran 6.532 seconds at 210.60 mph. beating Deric Kramer who ran 6.616 seconds at 208.49 mph.
Brian Self ran 6.561 seconds at 210.01 mph. beating Allen Johnson who ran 6.589 seconds at 208.39 mph.