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Angie Smith to Face Defending PSM Champ Tonglet in E1 at Joliet

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Drag Racing Motorcycles Topics:  Angie Smith, O‚ÄôReilly Auto Parts NHRA Route 66 Nationals

Angie Smith to Face Defending PSM Champ Tonglet in E1 at Joliet

Brandon Mudd
High Side Media
July 9, 2011


NHRA Full Throttle Series Pro Stock Motorcycle rider Angie Smith was locked into the field of 16 at Route 66 Raceway Friday and it was a good thing; the North Carolina native was never able to make a full pass Saturday.


NHRA Full Throttle Series Pro Stock Motorcycle rider Angie Smith was locked into the field of 16 at Route 66 Raceway Friday and it was a good thing; the North Carolina native was never able to make a full pass Saturday.

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Angie Smith to Face Defending PSM Champ Tonglet in E1 at Joliet


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Brandon W. Mudd
636.219.9676
PR@HighSideMedia.com


JOLIET, Ill.:
JOLIET, Ill. – NHRA Full Throttle Series Pro Stock Motorcycle rider Angie Smith was locked into the field of 16 at Route 66 Raceway Friday and it was a good thing; the North Carolina native was never able to make a full pass Saturday. Her Friday ET of 7.075 seconds at 185.89 mph stood, putting her in the 14th position and facing defending PSM champ, LE Tonglet. The pairing will be a rematch of last year’s semi-finals here where Smith lost an extremely close race to Tonglet, who went on to win the O’Reilly Auto Parts Route 66 NHRA Nationals.
 
“My bike never went down the track today and we’ve got a lot of work to do,” Smith said. “It’s probably going to be an all-nighter, we’re probably going to be up until 3 a.m. Something isn’t jiving right between the shifter and the transmission, but I’m a hundred percent sure we’re going to get it fixed.
 
“I probably won’t sleep any tonight, but that’s alright. As long as it goes down the track alright tomorrow and it shifts five times, I’ll be happy.”
 
Hector Arana III maintained his hold on P1 Saturday with a pass of 6.950 seconds at 191.65 mph. Smith’s team owner, tuner, and husband, former class champion Matt Smith, qualified seventh and faces rookie Gerald Savoie in E1. Eliminations start at 11 a.m. Sunday.
 
Fans of Angie Smith can find updates and photos of Matt Smith Racing at MattSmithRacing.com, Facebook.com/Matt.AngieSmith, and Twitter.com/AngieSmith77. Videos of Angie and Matt Smith Racing can be found at YouTube.com/MattSmithNHRA. For information regarding sponsorship opportunities with Matt Smith Racing, please e-mail MattSmithRacing@yahoo.com.

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About Angie Smith:
Angie, a native of Winston-Salem, N.C., started racing motorcycles in 2000 at the age of 21. She made her first NHRA Full Throttle Series Pro Stock Motorcycle start in 2004 when she qualified for the Gatornationals in Gainesville, Fla. She races for her husband, 2007 NHRA Full Throttle Series Pro Stock Motorcycle champion Matt Smith and her fellow North Carolinian also tunes her Buell. In her spare time, she enjoys water sports, working out, and travelling. 
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