This weekend at the Dodge Power Brokers Us Nationals, Greg was once again in the hunt for a Wally. But not just any Wally, Indy being the biggest event of the year is a very attractive race for a 100th career win. Up against Dallas Glenn in the final round, Greg came off the line slightly behind but reeled him in quick with a 208.07 mph pass at 6.587 ET. 100 wins in style for the Legend.
Inducted into the Racing Hall of Fame in North Carolina this year, Anderson already had his name immortalized as one of racings greats. But something about that 100th win has to feel better than a lot of the rest.
Congrats on triple digits Greg, I’m sure 101 isn’t far behind.