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BREAKING: Charlotte winner Dallas Glenn to race full season in Pro Stock

What started as an experiment has blossomed into a full-blown chance to win a Camping World NHRA Series championship as Charlotte Four Wide winner Dallas Glenn announces plans to race a full season in the Pro Stock category.
22 May 2021
Kevin McKenna, NHRA National Dragster Senior Editor
Dallas Glenn

Coming off his first professional Pro Stock victory at the 11th annual NHRA Four-Wide Nationals, rookie Pro Stock racer Dallas Glenn has signed primary sponsor RAD Torque Systems for the balance of the 2021 season in the Camping World NHRA Drag Racing Series. What started out as a four-race deal at the beginning of the season has blossomed into a full season sponsorship for Glenn, a veteran sportsman racer and longtime crew member at KB Racing.  
“To have Dan Provost and everyone at RAD Torque Systems believes in our racing program enough to extend their sponsorship to a full season is as big of a dream as winning last weekend at the NHRA Four-Wide Nationals,” Glenn said. “We proved that we can be a contender out here and every pass I get down the track is more experience under my belt. Now that we have RAD on board for the full season, we’re going to go for that Rookie of the Year title.”
“We have had so much fun so far watching Dallas run the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series,” said Dan Provost, RAD owner. “All our friends, family, and customers are calling us congratulating us on how well Dallas is doing. His win last weekend was huge, and we were so excited watching it on NHRA.tv. Once the four-race deal was up, we knew we had to go for the full season and beyond. There’s no way we could stop at four races. We’re racers ourselves and since Canada is still locked down pretty tight, we’ve been racing vicariously through Dallas. This kid’s got it and we can’t wait to see how the rest of the season goes.”

Last week, in just his fourth start as a pro, Glenn won the NGK NTK Four Wide Nationals at his home track, zMax Dragway. As a result of that victory, Glenn is solidly in the Top 10 in the NHRA Pro Stock standings. He races as a teammate to current points leader Greg Anderson, with Kyle Koretsky and Deric Kramer also a part of the KB Racing team.