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STORYTELLERS ENCORE - MUSI, SMITH, HILL AND THE ADVENTURES OF CAP'N UNDERPANTS

They could embellish, but it wouldn't be their style. They could hold back a few details, but that wouldn't be their style either. Hold on as CompetitionPlusTV corrals in the trio of Pat Musi, Rickie Smith and Roy Hill for a storytelling session where they share the exploits of the day they crossed paths with a gentleman they describe as "Captain Underpants."

#LOVETHISLIFE - THE BO BUTNER EDITION

Tune in for the premiere of Episode 9 of #lovethislife featuring NHRA Pro Stock World Champion Bo Butner. Bo sits down with Warren Evans of dragracer.tv to talk about his life story both inside and out of the race car, his personal struggles and road to recovery, and what his future holds.

STORYTELLERS ENCORE - TOM MCEWEN TELLS THE STORY OF THE TOMMY IVO EXPERIENCE

A new video series from the makers of the Legends: The Series, CompetitionPlusTV presents the best stories of drag racing as told by the legends themselves. In this episode, Tom "The Mongoose" McEwen, as only he can, tells of the legendary TV Tommy Ivo, and how his pranks caught up to him.

CLASSIC VIDEO - 1986 IHRA FALL NATIONALS, BRISTOL, TENN.

Travel back to a time when IHRA was on its own for the first time since 1975, minus Winston/RJ Reynolds series sponsorship. Still, the big names ran with the Bristol, Tenn.-based series.

You'll see the legends battling it out for supremacy at the IHRA's flagship facility, Thunder Valley Dragway in Bristol.

We'd be remiss if we didn't make mention of the fact it was also an event where Buddy Ingersoll's V-6 Buick not only qualified for the Mountain Motor Pro Stock division, but also got his car regulated out of competition. You'll just have to see for yourself what transpired.

A CAJUN WEEKEND CLASSIC: 1984 NHRA CAJUN NATIONALS

From the onset of this presentation of the annual pilgrimage to Baton Rouge, La., one could feel this wouldn't be the normal presentation of the NHRA Nationals.

The Ed McCulloch/John Collins Funny Car crash was one which hadn't been seen broadly in drag racing since the legendary Jeb Allen/John Weibe incident nearly a decade early.

There was all kinds of action featuring the legends Gary Beck, Mark Oswald, Joe Amato and a new Thunderbrid of Bob Glidden.

Take a trip back to the glory days of NHRA when Moose's weekend never presented a dull moment.

A CAJUN WEEKEND CLASSIC: 1984 NHRA CAJUN NATIONALS

From the onset of this presentation of the annual pilgrimage to Baton Rouge, La., one could feel this wouldn't be the normal presentation of the NHRA Nationals.

The Ed McCulloch/John Collins Funny Car crash was one which hadn't been seen broadly in drag racing since the legendary Jeb Allen/John Weibe incident nearly a decade early.

There was all kinds of action featuring the legends Gary Beck, Mark Oswald, Joe Amato and a new Thunderbrid of Bob Glidden.

Take a trip back to the glory days of NHRA when Moose's weekend never presented a dull moment.

WATCH THE RADIAL FEST, HUNTSVILLE DRAGWAY

Thanks to our coverage partners at DragStory.com and Mark Walter, we present to you the live video feed from the Radial Fest from Huntsville Dragway.

A CAJUN WEEKEND CLASSIC: 1982 NHRA CAJUN NATIONALS

Memorial Day used to be reserved for Moose's place, State Capitol Dragway outside of Baton Rouge, La., where the legends of drag racing would gather for the NHRA Cajun Nationals.

In this visit back to the good old days, you'll see the legends Shirley Muldowney, Don Prudhomme, Raymond Beadle, Lee Shepherd, or in this event an up and coming Top Fuel driver named Mark Oswald.

ENCORE STORYTELLERS - LOUIS FORCE TELLS THE STORY OF "WHAT DO YOU MEAN WE'RE IN MEXICO?"

As kids growing up, there was no more of a tighter bond than Louis Force and his adventurous little brother John Force.

In this episode of Storytellers, Louis and John, early in their drag racing careers decide to head east out to the NHRA Gatornationals. Louis usually did all of the driving pulling their Chaparral trailer, but on the cross-country return home; the eldest of the siblings made the unwise decision to hand over the driving chores to John somewhere in Texas so he could grab some sleep.

What happened next when Louis woke up is a story worth telling, especially when John had taken a wrong turn and landed the Brute Force Funny Car team in Mexico.

CLASSIC VIDEO - 1985 IHRA SUMMER NATIONALS, EDGEWATER MOTORSPORTS PARK

There was a time when the IHRA was a bona fide threat to the NHRA's throne as the leader in drag racing. Thank Winston for the help in leveling the playing field with it's huge points fund.

While NHRA largely ruled the roost, the IHRA Winston Drag Racing Series provided professional drag racers with an opportunity to pick up extra racing time on "off" weekends, and because there was a large purse and points fund, it became a serious venture.

This time, the IHRA's ten-race tour rolled into Edgewater Motorsports Park, located just outside of Cincinnati, Ohio, for an honest to goodness showdown between the top professionals. NHRA had dropped Top Fuel in 1984, putting more prestige into the Funny car division.

This was one of the first broadcasts on ESPN, which IHRA had become a regular feature long before NHRA migrated over, and the storyline was on two drivers who had amassed quite a record of four-straight wins - Dale Pulde and Bruce Allen.

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