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Enders win third Pro Stock Championship in 2019

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Erica Enders is the Pro Stock Championship. She defeated Chris McGaha in the second round of the Auto Club NhRA Finals at Auto Club Raceway at Pomona in Pomona, California to clinch the Championship.

This is Enders first Championship in four years. She previously won championships in 2014 and 2015.

Elite Performance/Melling Performance Pro Stock driver Erica Enders is the 2019 Pro Stock Championship winner after winning the title in the second round at the Auto Club NHRA Finals
Erica Enders is the 2019 Pro Stock Championship winner after winning the title in the second round at the Auto Club NHRA Finals (Photo by the NHRA)

Enders went 6.597 at 209.69 mph in her winning pass to win the championship. McGaha went 6.593 at 210.08 mph in the losing effort.

“This one symbols a lot,” Enders said. “The first one in the epic form that we did it. The second one, we knocked them out before Vegas [Las Vegas]. But this one — this one means a lot — because of what we’ve been through as a team, and what I’ve been through personally, what my family has been through. This one is going to sit proud. We’re also proud of the other one’s, of course. But I give God all the glory.”

The Houston, Texas native had a monster matchup in order to even have a chance to win the championship in the second round. She had to defeat Greg Anderson in the first round.

Elite Performance believe there were games being played by Team Summit in order to set up a matchup between one of their guys against Enders in the first-round.

Enders ended Anderson’s season with her 6.570 at 210.41 mph pass in the first-round. Anderson went 6.646 at 187.73 mph in the losing effort.

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