By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
For several Pro Stock cars, this will be their second straight race weekend. However, for many, it’ll be their first race of the year.
Before coming to the Amalie Motor Oil NHRA Gatornationals, several Pro Stock teams competed in the CTech Manufacturing World Door Slammer Nationals in Orlando, Florida. This weekend, they’ll be competing on the historic Amalie Motor Oil NHRA Gatornationals at Gainesville Raceway in Gainesville, Florida.
There will be 21 Pro Stock cars on the property. Only 16 will make eliminations on Sunday. That means five cars will go home following Saturday’s eliminations.
Elite Motorsports will have a handful of drivers on the property. This included Elite Motorsports sponsored Erica Enders, Laughlin Motorsports sponsored Alex Laughlin, Janac Bros. Racing sponsored Aaron Stanfield, JEGS sponsored Jeg Coughlin Jr., and BNB Racing sponsored Bob Benza.
Enders is the defending Pro Stock Champion in the category. Laughlin was the latest Gatornationals if was postponed from March to September due to the coronavirus pandemic.
KB Racing will have several affiliated cars at this race. This includes Summit Racing Equipment sponsored Greg Anderson, Get Biofuel sponsored Deric Kramer, Nitro Fish sponsored Kyle Koretsky, and Rad Torque/Silverstate sponsored Dallas Glenn, who will be making his Pro Stock debut.
The Cuadra family has also competed under the KB umbrella. Fernando Cuadra Sr., Fernando Cuadra Jr., and Cristian Cuadra will be competing in this event.
Harlow Sammons drivers Chris McGaha and Mason McGaha will also be competing at this event. Teammates Kenny Delco and Val Smeland will also be on the property.
Teammates Alan Prusiensky and Richie Stevens Jr. will be competing for a shot at Sunday’s eliminations. Total Seal competitor Matthew Hartford will be in Gainesville, as well.
Two additional competitors will try to make eliminations. These include John Gaydosh Jr. and John Callahan.
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