“Tim Kulungian found the power we needed to give me the win,” said Stoffer. “Going through the rounds today, I kept my head down and felt pretty confident Tim gave me the bike we needed.”
Round 1: Stoffer wins over Scott Bottorff with a 6.810 at 197.94 mph but the big stat was a .001 reaction time at the light.
Round 2: Stoffer got the best of Joey Gladstone with another solid run, running 6.787 at 196.50 mph.
Round 3: Matched up with teammate Jerry Savoie, Stoffer had another consistent run at 6.823 with the final speed clocking in at 196.16 mph.
The final brought Andrew Hines as the competitor but Stoffer's consistency was rewarded with the same result. A 6.798 second run was just enough at 197.36 mph to take the Wally.
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