Bristol: Greg Anderson preview

Greg Anderson wants to get back to winning ways after Norwalk BRISTOL, Tenn. (July 4, 2007) -- After a small set back due to a rule interpretation at the last race, Greg Anderson aims to get his KB Racing LLC, Summit Racing Equipment...

Greg Anderson wants to get back to winning ways after Norwalk

BRISTOL, Tenn. (July 4, 2007) -- After a small set back due to a rule interpretation at the last race, Greg Anderson aims to get his KB Racing LLC, Summit Racing Equipment Pontiac back on track as he pursues his fourth NHRA POWERade Pro Stock Championship when the seventh annual NHRA O'Reilly Thunder Valley Nationals gets underway this weekend at Bristol Dragway.

"We've got a lot of making up to do. We've got to redeem ourselves," said Anderson who took the No. 1 position and won here in 2004. "Last weekend at Norwalk (Ohio), we had an uncharacteristic weekend for the KB Racing team when I made a judgment error on the starting lights. I'm disappointed that I didn't know the rules better than I did but that's behind us now. We need to make some ground up at Bristol Dragway and show everybody that last weekend was just a fluke and show everybody what we're really made of."

Without rehashing last weekend's miscue, Anderson was timed out after he didn't enter the staging beams in the required seven seconds once the two pre-stage lights and one of the two staged lights were on.

"That's what it was and now our entire focus is on Bristol and the winner's circle," concluded Anderson.

-credit: kbr

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