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Erica Enders-Stevens posts world-record fast pass in Gainesville

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NHRA Pro Stock driver Erica Enders-Stevens just posted her all-time fastest Pro Stock time slip, setting a career-best for the driver in today's opening rounds of qualifying at the 45th Annual Amalie Oil NHRA Gatornationals. Her 214.69 miles per hour time slip currently stands as the unofficial world's fastest pro stock run ever recorded.

Enders-Stevens now needs a repeat performance to back-up the run for it to be considered the official NHRA Pro Stock speed record. The NHRA regulation requires records to be backed up within 1% of the qualifying time/speed at the same event in order to be marked as official. She will attempt during her remaining qualifying passes and through eliminations.

Jason Line currently holds the Pro Stock speed record at 214.35 miles per hour, set in October of 2012 in Pennsylvania.



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