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It's Dallas In California As Dallas Glenn Takes Pro Stock Wally At In-N-Out Burger Pomona Dragstrip

POMONA, Calif. (April 2, 2023) – While Camrie Caruso seemed to have a recent hot shoe, on Sunday afternoon in Pomona it was Dallas Glenn who made himself at home in the winner's circle as he staked a claim to the weekends Pro Stock Wally and a slight lead in the overall points.

Dallas Glenn finally got a Winternationals Wally with a 6.54 to 6.55 final-round defeat of Saturday’s Mission #2Fast2Tasty NHRA Challenge champ Matt Hartford. The win is his fifth in Pro Stock, his sixth overall, and gives him the points lead.

"I got pretty lucky that Rob Downing and Dave Connolly and Nathan VanWassenhove gave me a really really good car for the final round," said Glenn. "It went nice and straight, had a great 60 foot, hit all my shifts good and it was spinning a little bit through the lights, but we were good enough to hold on to the win. I don't think Matt made quite the run that he wanted. And he was really good on the Tree, ao I was a little nervous when I left on that one. I didn't feel like I got it at all [advantage Hartford, .016 to .025].

"It's obviously a great long day. Annytime I'm worn out at the end of the day, I'm pretty happy. I've got an absolutely great car right now. We're just making small tweaks to it and it's just running really, really good. We're really happy with it."

“Double-oh Dallas” lived up to his starting-line-inspired nickname, cutting a .002 reaction time in the semifinals to beat Arizona Nationals winner Camrie Caruso, preceded by victories over Chris McGaha and tire-shaking Bo Butner with runs of 6.53 and 6.54.

After qualifying No. 2, Hartford, who looked he had the car to beat the previous weekend at the NHRA Arizona Nationals before exiting in the semifinals, powered his GETTRX Camaro to the final, the 13th of his career, by defeating Deric Kramer, world champ Erica Enders, and, in the semifinals, Aaron Stanfield to reach his ninth final round with a consistent trio of passes: 6.53, 6.54, and 6.55.

Glenn also earned himself a role in the next Mission Foods #2Fast2Tasty Challenge in May at the Route 66 NHRA Nationals presented by PEAK Performance at Route 66 Raceway near Chicago.

The next Pro Stock event on the 2023 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series tour will be the 23rd annual NHRA 4-Wide Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, April 14-16.

NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series Pro Stock Standings

(unofficial) after at Pomona 1, race 3 of 18

1. Dallas Glenn, 235

2t. Camrie Caruso, 230

2t. Matt Hartford, 230

4. Troy Coughlin Jr., 209

5. Bo Butner, 182

6. Aaron Stanfield, 173

7t. Greg Anderson, 165

7t. Kyle Koretsky, 165

9. Mason McGaha, 161

10t. Cristian Cuadra, 128

10t. Erica Enders, 128

See the recap by Phil Burgess, NHRA National Dragster Editor:

Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals Sunday photo gallery:

Photo's: NHRA | Dallas Glenn social | Sadie Glenn (SR Driven Media)

Content: NHRA


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