Summit Racing–Anderson strong and confident on first day of New England Nationals

Anderson strong and confident on first day of New England Nationals
EPPING, N.H. (June 20, 2014) – Greg Anderson is feeling like his old self again this weekend at the 2nd annual NHRA New England Nationals at historic New England Dragway. Anderson, now competing in his sixth race of the season, wheeled his white Summit Racing Chevrolet Camaro to a speedy 6.512 at 213.10 mph to move into the No. 7 position in the lineup. The run was a familiar feeling for Anderson, who has been working hard to return to form following a late start to the year that included missing the first five races.
“We definitely took a step in the right direction, and that’s the best run I’ve made since I’ve gotten back into my Summit Racing Camaro,” said Anderson, who is battling hard for a position in the top 10 in the Mello Yello Series Pro Stock standings. “The KB Racing team goes to bed smiling tonight, and that’s a good thing.”
Anderson clocked a respectable 6.570 at 212.13 mph in the first session, and when the conditions at the sea-level facility cooled considerably for the night session, the environment was ripe for improvement. Anderson’s Summit Racing team eagerly took advantage of the situation to put together a strong top half run.
“The racetrack here is very good after the first 10 feet, and with the clouds coming, it started to get cooler and everyone was able to get nicely out of that first 10 feet,” said Anderson. “Now we have to figure out how to do that on a sunny day like it should be on Sunday. Tomorrow we’ll have two more runs to try and make sure we have that down, and then we’ll have to see what happens on Sunday.
“But for tonight, we have lots of good things, lots of positive things to focus on. We made a big step forward this week, and now we just have to keep chipping away at it. The Summit Racing team plans to be smart about it and right now we’re pretty happy.”