Greg Anderson Wins in Seattle Keeping the Weld Racing Pro Stock Streak Alive

Greg Anderson

  Greg Anderson, hot off a sweep of the Norwalk event where he not only won the K&N Horsepower Challenge but also Sunday’s Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals, continued to remain red hot by collecting career win No. 62 in Weld Racing equipped Pro-Stock on a 6.59 to 6.62 pass against Johnny Gray in the final round. “We haven’t operated this smoothly in about three or four years. We’re looking forward to the rest of the year and certainly for the rest of the Western Swing. I guess I’m the only one left who has a chance to sweep the Swing because everybody else lost today. That would be an awesome accomplishment because each of the race tracks are so different with their conditions, and that’s what makes the Swing such a challenge.” Anderson defeated Greg Stanfield and Rodger Brogdon in the opening rounds then used a holeshot to defeat favored points leader Mike Edwards in the semifinals by just .007-second, 6.60 to 6.59. Anderson’s weekend moved him up to third in points.