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Dallas Glenn Goes Perfect, Grabs NHRA Pro Stock Wally At Heartland Motorsports Park

“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


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