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Anderson Maintains Top 10 Position After Rain-Delayed Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals
Greg Anderson qualified fourth for the second time this season with a 6.632/208.39 run at the Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals in Brainerd, Minnesota. He ran a 6.574/209.39 against Deric Kramer in Round One of eliminations, a run second only to teammate Jason Line’s first round pass. Unfortunately for Anderson, Kramer’s .004 second reaction time gave him the win. Fortunately for Anderson, his biggest challenger for the 10th place in the points standings, Jonathan Gray, also lost in the first round.
“I feel like we lost a golden opportunity, because my Summit Racing Chevrolet Camaro ran fantastic this weekend,” Anderson said. “The crew did a great job, and I’m disappointed that I wasn’t able to capitalize on the chances that we had today. I’m definitely looking forward to Indy and getting back on the horse.”