Who is the winningest NHRA Pro Stock driver?

Who is the winningest NHRA Pro Stock driver?

Greg Anderson
Just three races and two final rounds after tying his former boss, the proclaimed “Professor of Pro Stock” Warren Johnson as the winningest driver in the class’ history with 97 career victories, Greg Anderson stood alone following his triumph at the Texas NHRA FallNationals at the Texas Motorplex near Dallas Sunday.

Who is the NHRA Pro Stock champion?

It took more than a decade, but Greg Anderson can finally say he’s a five-time Camping World NHRA Series Pro Stock champion. Anderson clinched his latest title, his first since 2010, on Sunday in Pomona when he defeated his archrival Erica Enders in the semifinal round.

Who was the 2018 NHRA Pro Stock champion?

Matt Smith
Matt Smith earns 2018 Pro Stock Motorcycle championship with Auto Club NHRA Finals victory. Matt Smith defeated Eddie Krawiec in the final round of the Auto Club NHRA Finals to become the 2018 Mello Yello NHRA Drag Racing Series Pro Stock Motorcycle world champion.

How many Pro Stock championships does Greg Anderson have?

Three-time Pro Stock champion as crew chief (1992–93, 1995). 99 career Pro Stock wins.

Who has the most wins in NHRA?

One thing that likely will never change in our lifetimes is that John Force is the winningest driver in NHRA history (154 victories and counting), but he wasn’t always the GOAT of winners.

Who won the 2021 Pro Stock?

Greg Anderson Takes Reins as Pro Stock’s Most Winning Driver with 98th Career Win. The 2021 season of NHRA’s Camping World Drag Racing Series has been history in the making for Pro Stock driver Greg Anderson, and finally, with victory at the Texas NHRA FallNationals, it was chiseled in stone.

How many wins does Greg Anderson have in NHRA Pro Stock?

Through 497 NHRA Pro Stock races in 24 seasons, Anderson has also recorded 118 top qualifier honors, an NHRA-record 416 race qualifying streak and 881 round wins (second to Force in all pro classes).

How much does a NHRA Pro Stock car cost?

A pro stocker at 125k+ has to be the most expensive car to build. 1 motor has to be in the 150k+ range as well. A guess the only thing that would make a fueler more expensive to run is the parts attrition.

Does summit still sponsor Greg Anderson?

“We are very pleased to continue our support of KB Racing,” said Al Noe, Summit Racing Chief Marketing Officer. “Greg and Jason do an excellent job of representing our company—they make real connections with fans and our customers.

Does Summit Racing still sponsor Greg Anderson?

Summit is still here but in a minor role. They’re not a major sponsor anymore, so they’re still on board and they’re still great supporters, but not at the level they used to be.