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Anderson atop the Pro Stock field after first pass in Virginia

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

North Dinwiddie, Va. — Summit Racing Equipment Pro Stock driver Greg Anderson is the provisional No. 1 qualifier on Friday after the first pass at the NHRA Virginia Nationals at Virginia Motorsports Park. He went 6.576 at 210.34 mph for the top spot before the second pass later on.

If Anderson is able to hold on following Saturday’s two passes, he would have back-to-back No. 1 qualifiers. If he able to hold on, it’ll be his sixth No. 1 qualifier of the season.

Greg Anderson (Photo by the NHRA)

Greg Anderson (Photo by the NHRA)

Despite his multiple No. 1 qualifiers, Anderson has not won this season. He is hoping that Virginia will bring him luck, like this former placeholder, the SummerNationals at Old Bridge Township Raceway Park in Englishtown, N.J. over the years when the circuit made their visit to New Jersey.

In fact, KB Racing has only one win this season by Butner over Jason Line in the final round at the Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals back in February.

Jeg Coughlin Jr., who picked up his first Pro Stock win in four years last week as Anderson went red, is the provisional No. 2 qualifier. He went 6.590 at 209.26 mph.

Bo Butner, who won last year’s NHRA Pro Stock Championship, is the provisional No. 3 qualifier. He went 6.597 at 209.92 mph.

Vincent Nobile won two races this season. The New York native is the provisional No. 4 qualifier after he went 6.599 at 209.62 mph.

Drew Skillman is the provisional No. 5 qualifier. He went 6.603 at 209.75 mph.

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