Anderson wins final Atlanta Pro Stock No. 1 qualifier

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Denso and Summit Racing Equipment Pro Stock driver Greg Anderson picked up another No. 1 qualifier in his long career. However, this one will be special, as it is the final Lucas Oil NHRA Southern Nationals.

Anderson went 6.548 at 210.41 mph in his KB Racing Chevy Camaro at Atlanta Dragway in Commerce, Georgia. This is his third straight No. 1 qualifier to begin the season.

Denso and Summit Racing Equipment Pro Stock driver Greg Anderson celebrates the No. 1 qualifier at the Lucas Oil NHRA Southern Nationals
Greg Anderson celebrates the No. 1 qualifier at the Lucas Oil NHRA Southern Nationals (Photo by the NHRA/Twitter)

“We’re out here having fun in the beautiful weather here today at Atlanta Dragway,” Anderson said. “Everyone is happy and it’s working out great. Three in a row, you can’t complain about that at all. This is one of my favorite tracks and a lot of history here, and I’d like to make some more tomorrow. This DENSO Chevy is running great and hopefully, we can find a way to four rounds tomorrow and have a little glory at the end of the day.”

Get Biofuel sponsored Deric Kramer is the No. 2 qualifier. The Colorado native went 6.554 at 210.21 mph.

Janac Brothers Racing sponsored Aaron Stanfield is the No. 3 qualifier. The Louisiana native went 6.555 at 209.56 mph.

Pro Stock Ladder:

Greg Anderson vs. Fernando Cuadra

Deric Kramer vs. Fernando Cuadra Jr.

Aaron Stanfield vs. Cristian Cuadra

Erica Enders vs. Mason McGaha

Chris McGaha vs. Kenny Delco

Troy Coughlin Jr. vs. Vincent Nobile

Kyle Koretsky vs. Val Smeland

Matt Hartford vs. Dallas Glenn

Several cars did not qualify. These were cars driven by John Gaydosh Jr., Richie Stevens, Alan Prusiensky, and John Callahan.

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