KB Racing and Elite Motorsports faced off in Vegas with a strategy packed dual featuring Greg Anderson and Erica Enders. At the end of the event, it was rookie Dallas Glenn with the win, the third of his career.
Glenn cut a perfect .000 light when he won his second race in Topeka and he just about duplicated that feat with a .001 against Enders, who wasn’t exactly slacking with a .005 of her own. After that, horsepower decided the final with Glenn taking his KB Racing powered RAD Torque Systems Camaro to a 6.660 to hold off Enders’ 6.684.
“In the final, I tried to do all I could; I have all the faith in Rob Downing, Dave Connolly and Jason Line. I knew we’d be good as long as I could do my job and hit my shifts. When I left, I knew I hit the Tree, but I didn’t know how good Erica was until I saw the time slip.”
“I knew the first round would be a memorable moment because of the way the ladder was stacked. Aaron has gotten me twice this year including a final. When I got past him, I started clicking them off. I think my reputation with the clutch pedal helped me out today.”
RPM Round By Round:
Round 1 - Aaron Stanfield who has a 2-0 record against Glenn was waiting in round 1. With Glenn having a 12-3 record in the first round, he was looking to get one back on Stanfield and did just that with a run of 6.682 at 204.57 MPH. Stanfield red lighted and still came up short.
Round 2 - With a 2-0 record, Glenn faced off against Kenny Delco in round 2. For the second round in a row, Glenn gets the win after his competitor makes the red bulb light up. Glenn ran a competitive 6.679 at 205.13 MPH.
Round 3 - Mason McGaha was waiting in the semi's but his impatience got the best of him as well. For the third straight round, Glenn's competitor hit the gas early giving Glenn the win. Another solid run by Glenn at 6.683 at 204.98 MPH.
Round 4 - In the final, Erica Enders from Disney's "Right On Track" fame awaited in the next lane. Enders carried a 2-0 record against Glenn in previous races but this one looked like it may have a different result. Both competitors had a great launch with Glenn almost perfect at .001 and a run of 6.660 at 204.60 MPH. Glenn scores his third victory of 2021.
National Dragster's Kevin McKenna has the full recap at NHRA.com: