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Greg Anderson Grabs 97th NHRA Pro Stock Victory, Ties Warren Johnson For Most In Pro Stock History

“I was absolutely shocked that the win light came on. There’s been so many races in a row where it simply wouldn’t come on,” said Anderson. “You think you have everything going well and the light just doesn’t come on in the final round. What a great, great feeling. There’s nothing better than when that win light comes on. It was a huge day to finally tie Warren. I learned so much from him and it’s kind of a cool story. Now I get a chance to try and beat him, and we’re going to Charlotte with a chance to break that record."



“It’s great to start the playoffs with a win. There’s a lot of great cars in the class, but I think we know deep down that Erica is going to be the one you’re going to have to beat if you want to win a championship,” Anderson said. “To lock horns with her in the final round, she doesn’t make mistakes. We just finally did a little bit better job and we’ll take it. I’m so proud of this team and I’m having a blast. I’m 60 years old and I’m having more fun than I’ve ever had in a race car.”


RPM Round By Round:


Round 1 - Facing John Gaydosh for the first time, this was an easy win for Anderson as Gaydosh's chute deployed prior to launching. Anderson still ran a 6.555 at 208.55 MPH.


Round 2 - Anderson faced Matt Hartford and this was a fantastic battle from start to finish. Hartford had a slight reaction time advantage but at the finish, it was Anderson crossing the line first with a run of 6.585 at 207.85 MPH.


Round 3 - The semi's matched Anderson up against Troy Coughlin Jr. In the closest race of the day, Coughlin Jr. ran a 6.613 to Anderson's 6.614 as they crossed a line for a photo finish. With an advantage of only 1/1000 Anderson moved on to the final.


Round 4 - The finals showcased what the Countdown may eventually come down to. Erica Enders is running strong and these two always put on a good show for the fans. Anderson had the quicker reaction time and used that to make it to the finish first, besting enders with a run of 6.578 at 208.30 MPH.


Pro Stock Points:


1 Greg Anderson 2224

2 Erica Enders 2183 -41

3 Aaron Stanfield 2129 -95

4 Dallas Glenn 2125 -99

5 Kyle Koretsky 2117 -107

6 Troy Coughlin Jr. 2114 -110

7 Matt Hartford 2098 -126

8 Chris McGaha 2078 -146

9 Mason McGaha 2067 -157

10 Deric Kramer 2062 -162

11 Kenny Delco 2052 -172


Check out the full recap by Josh Hachat:




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