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Dallas Glenn Secures His 4th Pro Stock Wally Of The Season In Brainerd, Gets Past Kid Chaos In Final

BRAINERD, Minn. (August 20, 2023) – Just as Greg Anderson and Erica Enders seemed to be collecting the momentum, Dallas Glenn reminded them both as well as the rest of the class who stands on top.

Dallas Glenn has been dominant in Pro Stock this season with his RAD Torque Systems Camaro with three wins in Pomona, Las Vegas and Chicago, but he’d been largely quiet for most of the summer. Despite the winless drought, Glenn has been able to maintain a hammerlock on the top spot in the standings and he padded his lead in Brainerd with career win No. 8.

In the final round, Glenn stormed to a 6.566 to turn on the win light, cruising almost uncontested to the win after opponent Kyle Koretsky shook the tires and shut off in his Lucas Oil Camaro.

Glenn’s road to the final round also included wins against Jerry Tucker, world champ Erica Enders, and Aaron Stanfield.

“I feel like my car did most of the work today,” said Glenn. “I hate it when it’s hot and humid, but on Saturday we picked up four bonus points. In the first round, I didn’t think I made a good run, but it was third-best so that set us up for a nice day. Lately, I made some gains with the clutch pedal so going forward, if someone can settle into the teens or better with a car like mine they’re going to be really tough to beat.

"In the final, I think the track was a bit too sticky,” Glenn said. “We shook pretty good, but it made it through it and we were able to get the win. When Kyle and I both won the semi’s, and we knew it would be an all KB Titan final that’s when the fun starts. I just need to keep this momentum going. I’ve been really lucky this season. I feel like I’ve been just good enough, but Iv’e got the baddest Jerry Haas Race Car on the planet right now."

Koretsky has struggled for most of the season but managed to combine a fast race car and solid driving in Brainerd to reach his seventh career final and first of the 2023 season. Koretsky topped Camrie Caruso, Greg Anderson, and Deric Kramer to reach the final and ran 6.58 on all three runs. Koretsky also scored two holeshot victories on his way to the final.

The Brainerd event also marked the first race in the Road to the Championship for drivers in the Fuel Tech Pro Mod series presented by Type A Motorsports. Jason Lee collected his first win after Jason Scruggs encountered a mechanical issue in the final. Lee also moved into the lead following the victory.

The KB Racing Team continues on with the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season at the final event of the regular season at Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park for the Dodge Power Brokers U.S. Nationals, drag racing’s biggest race where points and a half will be on the line.

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Content: NHRA | Kevin McKenna, NHRA National Dragster Senior Editor

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