Sponsor extraordinaire and Pro Stock team owner Evan Knoll can’t help but
have concerns about his future in Pro Stock. In a recent interview, Knoll
alluded that the NHRA Pro Stock field might just be battling for a third place
finish at best. That has him carefully examining his future in the class.
“I have some concerns with three cars coming out of the Cagnazzi camp and
if you ask me, it’s hard enough to put two competitive cars out there much less
three. I have some concerns. We’ll see how that works out at the end of the
Knoll expects the Summit Pontiacs of Greg Anderson and Jason Line to drive
to the title virtually unchallenged.
“I have to give it to Anderson and Line, those guys are just badass,” Knoll
said. “When you look at who they have involved in the operation – Ken Black,
Greg Anderson and Jason Line – they are rightfully ahead of everyone. That’s a
package that’s equal to a Thanksgiving dinner, you just can’t beat it. The only
thing I have…and I’m in third place…and I’m not ashamed to say it is a turkey
leg and a giblet. I still want some dressing and potatoes.