He’s hoping to keep it that way two weeks after that win as the ADRL heads into Maple Grove Raceway this weekend for the Northeast Drags II presented by Penske.
A month after not qualifying at the first race of the season, Glaser went back to his old car and it proved to be the winning combination, as he went 4.235 at 163.33 mph to beatDylan Stott in the finals in Bristol.
This was a welcome turnaround for Glaser, who jumps back into the championship hunt in Summit Racing Top Sportsman.
“I was fed up with that car. I’ve had this old one about five years and it has a million runs on it, but we went down to Bristol and got the job done,” Glaser said. “We needed this in the worst way.”
Glaser didn’t reveal to your agent what car he will be running this weekend in Maple Grove, but the talented driver certainly seems to have his rhythm back.
Now, he’s ready to make a run for the championship in the ADRL, also giving rave reviews for the Summit Racing Top Sportsman class.
â€œItâ€™s just an awesome feeling to win one of these races,â€ Glaser said. â€œI love the ADRL and the atmosphere is just great. This is where itâ€™s at for Top Sportsman racing, and it’s just unbelievable racing here.
“We came down (to Bristol), got the job done and now we want to chase that points title.â€
(Photos by ADRL/Richards)