“It's hard to put this win into words,” Glenn said. "But it's just like this is like dream come true. This season, it's taught me a lot. I've had a lot of highs and I've had some lows where I've been struggling and we've gotten a little taste of everything this year.
“I felt like I did my job really well and the car is just working really good right now. I'm really excited for the Countdown coming up here and Indy next because we’ve got a really fast car for it."
In the first round, Dallas Glenn faces Deric Kramer. Glenn had the starting line advantage and never trailed for the win running a 6.624 ET at 207.27 MPH.
Round 2 brought a matchup against Matt Hartford who eld a 2-0 record agains Glenn in previous events. Hartford had the starting line advantage, but Glenn chased him down at half tack and took the win in a close one. Dallas Glenn's MOV: 0.0065 seconds which is approximately 23 inches.
Troy Coughlin Jr had his turn in the semi's and Glenn has one the pairs only previous match up. This run made it 2-0 as Glenn had an almost perfect .006 RT running a 6.659 ET at 206.92 MPH.
In the finals, Dallas Glenn faced Kyle Koretsky and had a perfect RT scoring at .000. He scored the Wally with a 6.681 ET at 205.01 MPH. Glenn became just the sixth Pro Stock driver in NHRA history to win the final round with a perfect reaction time.
See the recap by Josh Hachat at NHRA.com: