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Anderson leads Pro Stock in Virginia with 6.587 pass

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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 after the third session at the Virginia NHRA Nationals at Virginia Motorsports Park on Saturday afternoon. He leads with a 6.587 at 209.98 mph pass.

Anderson also picked up three bonus points for being the leader after the third session.

Summit Racing Equipment's Greg Anderson racing early in the season

Greg Anderson racing at the first race of the season (Photo by the NHRA)

The North Carolina native also picked up the provisional No. 1 qualifier on Friday night. He’ll attempt to win the inaugural Virginia NHRA Nationals No. 1 qualifier later this afternoon, as he goes for his second straight No. 1 qualifier, as he was also the No. 1 qualifier last weekend in Joliet, Illinois at the Route 66 Nationals.

Gray Motorsports driver Tanner Gray is second with 6.596 at 209.43 mph. Gray picked up two bonus points.

Harlow Sammons driver Chris McGaha was the No. 3 qualifier after he went 6.597 at 209.59 mph. McGaha also picked up one bonus point.

Mountain View Tires driver Vincent Nobile is the No. 4 qualifier. The New York native went 6.600 at 208.97 mph.

Elite Performance driver Erica Enders-Stevens went 6.605 at 208.49 mph. She’s presently qualified fifth.

Rest of the Ladder:

6. Jason Line
7. Drew Skillman
8. Alex Laughlin
9. Jeg Coughlin Jr.
10. Bo Butner
11. Buddy Perkinson
12. Kenny Delco
13. John Gaydosh Jr.
14. Wally Stroupe
15. Tommy Lee
16. Val Smeland

* Smeland did not make a pass during the third session. We do not know what caused Smeland to miss the qualifying pass.


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