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WATCH THE LATEST EPISODE OF TOP ALKAHAULIN'

After spending a year promoting the NHRA Top Alcohol classes on social media, InsideTopAlcohol’s Will Hanna has launched a new project – Top Alkahaulin’. The show features the stars of the Top Alcohol categories by following two teams through a race weekend. 

“I have always thought the Top Alcohol classes have some great personalities,” said Hanna. “What I’ve seen this year promoting the classes on InsideTopAlcohol’s social media pages is fans love these cars and teams. There are real people racing real fast cars on a real big stage.

“With the Top Alcohol classes, you can see the results, watch the results on the Fox Sports coverage, but you don’t really get to see or know the backstory,” Hanna continued. “We introduce the teams and follow them round by round as the weekend goes on. We not only talk to the drivers but the tuners and crew to get multiple perspectives. The 2019 Top Alcohol World Championship battles were some of the best we’ve seen in years. We were able to follow the contenders as it happened.”

Hanna looks forward to producing an episode for each of the 16 NHRA National events the Top Alcohol classes are competing at, plus a few more events.

 

CLASSIC VIDEO - 1977 GATORNATIONALS

06_22_2011_1977_gatorsTravel back to a time when drag racing broadcasts were syndicated, the nitro flowed freely and dry hops were the norm in Top Fuel, AA/FD, and of course, AA/FC. Relive the moments when Pro Stockers had real body parts and didn't need a logo just to idenitify the manufacturer. Enjoy the golden tones of the legendary Dave McClelland and Steve Evans bringing you the 1977 NHRA Gatornationals in Gainesville, Fla. Close your eyes, hear the sounds and travel back in time to the one place in the country where disco wasn't king.

LIVE VIDEO: ST. PATRICK'S DAY CLASSIC, VIRGINIA MOTORSPORTS PARK

Thanks to our coverage partners at DragStory.com and Mark Walter, we present to you the live video feed from the 11th Annual St Patrick’s Classic from Virginia Motorsports Park.

SEASON 2, LEGENDS: THE SERIES ENCORE - THE LEGEND OF SCOTTY CANNON

VIDEO FLASHBACK - 1983 NHRA GATORNATIONALS

 

Travel back in time to the 1983 season when the NHRA Gatornationals represented the second season-opener for the drag racing starved fans on the East Coast.

Heralded as one of the majors in the Winston World Championship Series, the Gators played host to all the legends, from Raymond Beadle to Shirley Muldowney as well as Bob Glidden and Lee Shepherd. The action is never-ending as the team from Diamond P bring another stellar presentation of drag racing.

STORYTELLERS - DEL AND BUCK TELL THE STORY OF "WE DON'T NEED NO STINKIN' CREW"

 

Storytellers returns with a new story from longtime friends Del Worsham and Nicky Boninfante (Buck), the talented and animated tuners for Alexis DeJoria, telling their versions of how Worsham, the two-time NHRA champion showed up to race without a crew, and in one case without a crew and a driver. 

You'll have to stay tuned to hear how a teenage Worsham operated a fuel team all by himself and who he recruited to help him. His back up person was epic.

Storytellers is an original series created by CompetitionPlusTV, which provides the platform for drag racing's iconic personalities to tell their stories of life on the road, in a PG format, of course. 

#RONCAPPSEXPERIENCE - THE SHAWN LANGDON EDITION

 

It's another all-encompassing episode of The Ron Capps Experience, and with this episode's subject Shawn Langdon, they cover a lot of ground.

Capps talks coming ground with Langdon when it comes to racing the long skinny cars and the floppers. But the subject drifts in clutch dust and black boogers.

Langdon reveals his take on bracket racing, and who he sees as the killers in this style of competitive drag racing. Tune in as Capps experiences the gamut of drag racing talking points.ell as other key strategies.

STEVIE "FAST" JACKSON ANSWERS FAN QUESTIONS, TALKS NITROUS PRO MOD

 

There's never a dull moment when it comes to doorslammer extraordinaire Stevie "Fast" Jackson.

In this edition, Jackson answers the questions from his fans, and throws in some commentary regarding the future of nitrous-injected cars in Pro Modified.

Jackson, who also won the recently completed Lights Out 11 at South Georgia Motorsports Park talks about his dominating win.

LIVE VIDEO: ECTA SPACEPORT AMERICA INVITATIONAL LAND SPEED

Thanks to our coverage partners at DragStory.com and Mark Walter, we present to you the live video feed from the ECTA (East Coast Timing Association) Spaceport America Invitational 1.5 Mile Land Speed Event in Truth or Consequences, NM

ENCORE - LEGENDS: THE SERIES - THE LEGEND OF DALE PULDE

 

In a career spanning five decades, Dale Pulde drove more than 70 different nitro Funny Cars in NHRA and IHRA tour events, in match races and in the Hot Rod Heritage Series. Considered by many one of the greatest natural driving talents in history, he also was a capable tuner whose cars were known for their reliability and good looks as well as their performance.     

In this episode of Legends, the Series, season four, Pulde talks about lessons learned from the late Mickey Thompson, about the death of close friend and mentor Joe Pisano on the day Pulde was to begin driving for him, on “valley fever,” the disease that almost killed him, and on his legacy.

Perhaps the best gauge of Pulde’s success in the old IHRA series is not that he won a record 20 races and three championships (1977, 1982 and 1985) but that he won them against Raymond Beadle, Kenny Bernstein, Mark Oswald, Billy Meyer and Ed McCulloch.

On the NHRA side, he went to the final round of the 1972 Winternationals at the tender age of 21 driving the Steve Montrelli-tuned, 429 Shotgun-powered M/T Ford Pinto, won his first national event in 1978 at Gainesville and won his last at Dallas in 1996 while subbing in the “Smokin’ Joe’s” Ford Mustang for an injured Whit Bazemore.

Most of all, though, Pulde is associated with the “War Eagle” name he and partner Mike Hamby applied to the series of Pontiac, Buick and Dodge Funny Cars they campaigned in the 1970s and 1980s.

So, sit back, buckle up and enjoy a ride that began in quarter midgets and ended in the International Drag Racing Hall of Fame.

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