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Anderson confident entering eliminations in the No. 1 spot
Anderson, who served 12 years as a served as a crew member, tuner and crew chief during four of Warren Johnson’s six NHRA Pro Stock championships, moved to the Mooresville area in 2003 to be near his wife’s relatives, who live in Jacksonville, N.C.
Team owner Ken Black and
"We have a happy hot rod so far this weekend," said
"That last run (6.668 seconds in the heat of the day) really helped to build our confidence. That was a good one. That's a run we haven't seen for a long time out of this team. I knew we could do it but we haven't been showing it lately. That's what it's going to take right there to get around that cat that's leading this deal right now… It's not going to be easy but we're going to have to find a way to do it. I'm very happy with that run, very pleased with it, still have to do some work with Jason's car, and we won't be celebrating tonight. We know what we can do with my car so we have to do it with Jason's car. We have to make the right changes to have a good one-two punch. I need somebody to help me in this chase, maybe knock off Dave Connolly if they can, but nobody's been able to do it including me… Hopefully we can continue on to tomorrow. My GTO hasn't been happier in long, long time. It feels great to drive. I'm looking forward to tomorrow. I need a win. I need a win bad and I think I have a hot rod that can do it."
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