Greg Anderson (dragster driver)

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Greg Anderson (born March 14, 1961 in Duluth, Minnesota) is a current NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series Pro Stock driver for KB Racing, driving the Summit Racing Chevrolet Camaro. He began his Pro Stock career in 1998. Greg previously served as Crew Chief for current pro stock driver Warren Johnson and tuned Warren to three pro stock championchips (1992–93, 1995). Anderson is married to wife Kimberly and the couple have two children, Brittany and Cody. He resides in Concord, North Carolina.

Awards[edit]

  • Four-time NHRA Full Throttle Pro Stock World Champion (2003–05, 2010).
  • 65 career Pro Stock wins.
  • 2004 Speed Driver of the Year.
  • In 2004 set NHRA Single Season Records in Round Wins (76), Wins (15), Final Rounds (19/23 races) #1 Qualifiers (16)
  • Five time NHRA Mac Tools U. S. Nationals winner (2000, '03, '04, '05, '06).
  • 1999: Became seventh member of the Speed Pro 200-mph Pro Stock Club with a 200.11-mph pass (Richmond).
  • 2011: Extended his season winning streak to eleven consecutive with at least one win, the longest currently active streak.
  • 2011: With a win at Route 66 Raceway, he has now won at all current NHRA Full Throttle tracks.

References[edit]

Sporting positions
Preceded by
Jeg Coughlin, Jr.
NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series Champion
Pro Stock

2003-05
Succeeded by
Jason Line
Preceded by
Mike Edwards
NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series Champion
Pro Stock

2010
Succeeded by
Jason Line