NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle: Krawiec and Hines Face Off In 4-Wide Final

Reigning Pro Stock Motorcycle World Champ Andrew Hines claims his first win of the season and 39th of his career.

Reigning NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle World Champ Andrew Hines claimed his first win of the season and 39th of his career by outrunning Eddie Krawiec, Scotty Pollacheck, and Hector Arana Jr. in the final round at the sixth annual 4-Wide Nationals. Hines claimed his second 4-Wide Nationals victory and his fourth at this track with a winning performance of 6.805 at 196.30 on his Screamin' Eagle Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson.

"We got on the dyno last week and tried a few things," Hines said. "We followed through, and my V-Rod got us to the final round. We just went out and did what our team does best.”

Hines won his first round quad over Mike Berry, Brian Pretzel, and Karen Stoffer and also finished first in the second-round quad by outrunning Scotty Pollacheck, Berry, and Matt Smith.

Krawiec moved into the series lead with his second consecutive runner-up finish of the season, and Hines is second overall in the series standings.

4-Wide Final Round
Andrew Hines (Screamin' Eagle/Vance & Hines) 0.036 RT/6.805 @ 196.30
Eddie Krawiec (Screamin' Eagle/Vance & Hines) 0.047 RT/6.812 @ 195.19
Hector Arana Jr (Lucas Oil Buell) - 0.068 RT/6.804 @ 199.88
Scotty Pollacheck (Petrolhead Buell) -0.003 (Redlight)/6.899 @ 193.24

2015 PSM Standings
1. Eddie Krawiec, Brownsburg, Ind., Screamin' Eagle Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson
2. Andrew Hines, Brownsburg, Ind., Screamin' Eagle Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson
3. Karen Stoffer, Gardnerville, Nev., Suzuki
4. LE Tonglet, Metairie, La., Nitro Fish Suzuki
5. Hector Arana Jr., Milltown, Ind., Lucas Oil Buell
6. Shawn Gann, Stoneville, N.C., Pirana Z Racing Buell
7. Scotty Pollacheck, Medford, Ore., Petrolhead Apparel Buell
8. Angelle Sampey, Mathews, La., High Performance Lubricant Buell
9. Matt Smith, King, N.C., Nitro Fish Victory
10. Hector Arana Sr., Milltown, Ind., Lucas Oil Buell

4-Wide final round (top to bottom): Eddie Krawiec (2nd), winner Andrew Hines, Hector Arana Jr (3rd, Lucas Oil Buell) and Scotty Pollacheck (4th, Petrolhead Buell)