Given the results in the Lucas Oil Nationals at Brainerd International Raceway on Sunday, it appears the Pro Stock contingent of Rodger Brogdon, Greg Anderson, Jason Line and Shane Gray are still adjusting to the new Camaro body style.
Brogdon, Anderson and Gray all exited in the first round of final eliminations, while Line was taken out by eventual race winner Erica Enders in the quarterfinals.
“I think the car is going to be really good, but the honest answer is that it’s going to take some getting used to,” said Brogdon, who unveiled his new Camaro in the Gopher State. “A lot of guys seem to struggle with the set up right off the get go, but we seem to be getting a handle on it pretty quick. We do have some little things to tweak on.”
Brogdon is fully aware that the Summit Racing team of Anderson and Line will be formidable foes with the new Camaro body as the season moves along.
“They don’t do things like everyone else does,” said Brogdon. “That’s why they have been world champions so many times. They have tried some things new over there – I don’t know what it is. They always think outside the box which sometimes is a good thing and sometimes is a bad thing.”
But, Brogdon knows one thing for sure about the Summit team – by the time the Countdown to the Championship begins next month they will be heard from.
“I promise you, by the time Charlotte comes around, they will be fast.”
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