Greg Anderson has his eyes on another successful season in 2022.
But it will be a tall order to top the 2021 season he just experienced. It was a year in which he became the winningest driver in the history of NHRA Pro Stock, surpassing the legendary Warren Johnson. He also earned his elusive fifth Pro Stock World Championship, driving a car that was in the mix for a win at nearly every race.
It was a far cry from when Anderson first started driving in Pro Stock in the early 2000s. That’s when he was just hoping to earn a single, solitary win–let alone the 98 it took to pass up the “The Professor” Warren Johnson! Nowadays, Anderson says the Pro Stock is class is more competitive than ever, making championship #5 that much more impressive.
So where does this championship rank compared to the others? And how has Pro Stock racing evolved and become more challenging over the years?
There’s no better person to speak on the state of the class than Greg Anderson. Tune in to hear what he says…