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Rain cancels NHRA qualifying

©Associated Press
November 10, 2002

POMONA, Calif. -- Saturday's rain postponed racing for the second day in the Automobile Club of Southern California NHRA Finals at Pomona Raceway.

Weather permitting, the final eliminations of the season finale will be run today.

Today's eliminations will feature a modified lineup. NHRA rules allow for provisional starting spots for the top 10 drivers in the points standings who are not qualified after only one round of qualifying has been run.

TODAY'S LINEUPS

Top Fuel

1. Darrell Russell, 4.571 seconds, 313.22 mph., vs; 16. Andrew Cowin; 2. Larry Dixon, 4.576. 324.98. vs; 15. Scott Weis, 8.793. 93.42; 3. Doug Kalitta, 4.599. 319.52. vs; 14. Tony Schumacher, 6.402. 159.40; 4. Cory McClenathan, 4.615. 320.28. vs; 13. John Smith, 5.560. 242.23; 5. Rhonda Hartman-Smith, 4.617. 315.19. vs; 12. David Baca, 5.139. 223.39; 6. Kenny Bernstein, 4.621. 318.62. vs; 11. Yuichi Oyama, 4.864. 266.27; 7. Doug Herbert, 4.674. 274.55. vs; 10. David Grubnic, 4.727. 303.43; 8. Jim Head, 4.676. 311.49. vs; 9. Mike Strasburg, 4.705. 303.78.

Funny Car

1. John Force, Ford Mustang, 4.762. 324.05. vs; 16. Scotty Cannon, Pontiac Firebird; 2. Dean Skuza, Dodge Stratus R/T, 4.833. 302.69 vs; 15. Tommy Johnson Jr., Chevy Camaro; 3. Gary Densham, Mustang, 4.849. 313.51. vs; 14. Johnny Gray, Firebird, 8.736. 115.28; 4. Bruce Sarver, Toyota Celica, 4.859. 308.71. vs; 13. Tony Pedregon, Mustang, 7.328. 285.59; 5. Ron Capps, Camaro, 4.873. 313.80. vs; 12. Del Worsham, Firebird, 6.106. 181.13; 6. Tim Wilkerson, Firebird, 4.873. 310.55. vs; 11. Frank Pedregon, Firebird, 5.878. 160.69; 7. Whit Bazemore, Firebird, 4.905. 309.20. vs; 10. Cruz Pedregon, Firebird, 5.212. 231.64; 8. Cory Lee, Firebird, 4.920. 309.84. vs; 9. Terry Haddock, Firebird, 5.121. 263.62.

Pro Stock

1. Warren Johnson, Pontiac Grand Am, 6.797. 203.31. vs; 16. Allen Johnson, Dodge Neon R/T; 2. Kurt Johnson, Chevy Cavalier, 6.806. 203.28. vs; 15. Mark Whisnant, Cavalier; 3. Greg Anderson, Cavalier, 6.810. 203.58. vs; 14. George Marnell, Grand Am; 4. Ron Krisher, Cavalier, 6.816. 202.61. vs; 13. Jeg Coughlin, Cavalier, 6.864. 201.19; 5. Gene Wilson, Neon R/T, 6.829. 201.70. vs; 12. Jamie Yates, Grand Am, 6.862. 200.80; 6. Mike Edwards, Cavalier, 6.843. 201.58. vs; 11. Darrell Alderman, Neon R/T, 6.857. 201.40; 7. Tom Lee, Neon R/T, 6.846. 201.64. vs; 10. Robert Patrick, Ford Mustang, 6.856. 200.95; 8. Tom Martino, Grand Am, 6.854. 201.58. vs; 9. Jim Yates, Grand Am, 6.855. 200.92.

Pro Stock Bike

1. Shawn Gann, Suzuki, 7.183. 185.87. vs; 16. Steve Johnson, Suzuki; 2. Angelle Savoie, Suzuki, 7.183. 185.87. vs; 15. Scott Lewis, Suzuki, 7.351. 177.30; 3. Matt Hines, Suzuki, 7.193. 188.38. vs; 14. Sean Conner, Suzuki, 7.319. 183.52; 4. Craig Treble, Suzuki, 7.194. 180.79 vs; 13. Mike Berry, Suzuki, 7.311. 181.62; 5. Geno Scali, Kawasaki, 7.208. 181.42. vs; 12. Fred Camarena, Suzuki, 7.310. 182.33; 6. Andrew Hines, Suzuki, 7.233. 185.97. vs; 11. John Smith, Suzuki, 7.284. 183.22; 7. Michael Phillips, Suzuki, 7.238. 180.31. vs; 10. Antron Brown, Suzuki, 7.284. 185.51; 8. Karen Stoffer, Suzuki, 7.267. 184.19. vs; 9. Reggie Showers, Suzuki, 7.276. 184.75.

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