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McGaha wins the Pro Stock Four-Wide Nationals

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Harlow-Sammons Pro Stock driver Chris McGaha won the eighth annual NHRA Four-Wide Nationals at zMax Dragway in Concord, N.C. McGaha won with a 6.591 at 210.44 mph pass.

He defeated Greg Anderson, Shane Gray and Drew Skillman in the final round. This is McGaha’s fifth career win; however, it is his first career win at zMax Dragway.

Chris McGaha (Photo by the NHRA)

Chris McGaha (Photo by the NHRA)

“Now it looks like we’ve got some momentum and it’s kind of hard to swallow,” McGaha said. “To me, I’ve always said you’ve got to have power to win in this game. You’ve got to have enough smoke to win. This one showed us we have a lot of power and that’s why we came here.”

His last win was at the prestigious Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals in Indianapolis Labor Day weekend in 2016. Prior to his win, his best finish was in the semi-final, as he was defeated by Gray in Gainesville.

Despite the win, McGaha is sixth in the points standings. Anderson leads the points with 554 points.

His KB Racing teammates are second and third. Bo Butler is second with 464 points, while Jason Line — who won last year’s Pro Stock Championship — has 457 points.

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