Qualifying went down today for the BITD Laughlin Desert Challenge and it was an all out sprint.
Much like the race course is a sprint BITD setup a qualifying loop just the same. A short 2.5 mile course that started and ended in the infield set the starting order for Saturdays races.
Justin Lofton came out top qualifier with a time of 2 Minutes, 21 Seconds averaging 63.6 mph so he will start solo with clean air in his heat. Jason Voss came in a second behind Lofton followed by Dale Dondel, Harley Letner, and Shawn Croll.
In Class 1500 James Dean came in less then a second faster the Sam Berri with Bob Lofton rounding out the top 3.
6100 top qualifier went to Kyle Jergensen and less then a tenth of a second slower was Brandon Arthur who is coming back for redemption after a bad crash after racing here two years ago. Third fastest was Ray Griffth.
Different this race is there are heats through out the day so all three classes will start in their own heat.