By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Glenn Hall won the Pro Stock Snowmobile final round at the Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals at Brainerd International Raceway in Brainerd, Minnesota. Hall defeated Matt Ernst in the final round.
Hall went 8.273 at 155.70 mph to win the Wally. Ernst went 8.242 at 155.19 mph.
Hall had the starting line advantage. He got the hole shot win after powering the Snowmobile down the track.
He won by 0.0509 seconds, or approx. 12 feet. This is his second straight win at Brainerd, as he also won in 2017.
Last year, Hall defeated Scott Hagen in the final round. Hall went 8.186 at 154.94 mph, while Hagen went 8.319 at 155.29 mph.
Hall has won every Pro Stock Snowmobile race at the Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals since the 2014 season. In 2016, he defeated Ron Bray in the final round.
Hall went 8.208 at 155.47 mph. Bray went 8.374 at 153.96 mph.
Hall also defeated Hagen in the 2015 final round at Brainerd International Raceway. Hall went 8.165 at 158.86 mph for the win.
Hagen went 8.439 at 148.74 mph in the losing effort.
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