Video by Bobby Bennett Tue, 2017-05-09 22:42
Catch up on Sunday's action from the 2017 NHRA Southern Nationals at Atlanta Dragway. Check out the action as Steve Torrence (Top Fuel), Ron Capps (Funny Car), Bo Butner (Pro Stock) and LE Tonglet (Pro Stock Motorcycle) wins. The team from CompetitionPlusTV also recaps the Pro Mod and Lucas Oil Sportsman action.
Video by Bobby Bennett Jr. Thu, 2017-05-04 21:15
Danny Byrd knows a lot about racing stick-shifted cars having raced with the NHRA since the early 1960s. The longtime Lucas Oil Sportsman racer class raced back in the day when class eliminations at Indy sometimes drew about 32 cars in the same classification battling it out for a chance to race in final eliminations. Byrd has longed for those days, and to fill the void he's found a home racing C/Gas with the Southeast Gassers Association.
Tue, 2017-05-02 09:50
Catch up on Sunday's action from the 2017 NHRA Four-Wide Nationals from zMax Dragway. Check out the action as Steve Torrence (Top Fuel), Ron Capps (Funny Car), Chris McGaha (Pro Stock) and LE Tonglet (Pro Stock Motorcycle) wins. The team from CompetitionPlusTV also recaps the Pro Mod and Lucas Oil Sportsman action.
Sun, 2017-04-23 08:13
NHRA Pro Mod driver Bob Rahaim gets out of the groove and hits both guardwalls at the 2017 NHRA SpringNationals at Royal Purple Raceway in Houston. Rahaim was evaluated by onsite emergency staff and was released.
by Bobby Bennett Fri, 2017-04-21 22:27
The Funny Car fraternity was a tight-knit family back in the days, and legendary Funny Car pilot put the bond to the test back in the 1970s against a headstrong track manager at Napierville Dragway in Quebec. Segrini had encountered some problems in a previous event which put him behind the eight-ball making it to the next show. He barely arrived in time but was met with disdain by the track official who determined Segrini would get nothing for his effort. What transpired next is the stuff good drag racing war stories are built on.
by Sean Melton, Urban Hillbilly Videos Mon, 2017-04-17 09:37
David Hildebrand in the Boogeyman Camaro -vs- Carl Scott in the Honeybadger Nova for $5000 at the No Prep Mayhem event at Kansas International Dragway. Hildebrand was out and OK after an absolutely brutal tumble over the guard rail.
by Bobby Bennett Jr. Sun, 2017-04-16 22:14
Quain Stott readily admits he didn't see the success ahead when he launched the Southeast Gassers Association [SGA] in 2011. Entering its seventh season, the SGA, drag racing's strictest period correct Gasser series is exceeding the expectations of many, including those of the found, who simply wanted to preserve a period of drag racing history with an authentic representation. In this video, hear from Stott as he discusses the launch of the series and it's proud moments.
by Bobby Bennett Sun, 2017-04-16 18:01
There will only be one Warren Johnson, a man who epitomizes the philosophy of "don't ask the question if you don't want the brutal truth." However, in this instance, Johnson wasn't being brutally honest as much as he was attempting to be humorous. Well, this time Johnson caught 16-time champion John Force, while in his younger years, at a peculiar time.
Sun, 2017-04-16 15:40
We’ve uncovered another one of the popular 1970 drag racing documentaries, this one titled Wheels of Fire.
This documentary, according to the youtube.com channel was written and directed by Douglas Kent Hall. Wheels of Fire focuses on the lives of five major drag racers of the era: Don Garlits, Don Prudhomme, Shirley Muldowney, Richard Tharp and Billy Meyer.
This hour long movie was produced by Texas race promoter Buddy Boren.
You can buy this video on DVD AT Dave Wallace’s Hot Rod Nostalgia online store. This video is a neat find on YouTube but to be appreciated you must see it on the big screen in your living room.
The video can be purchased here – HOT ROD NOSTALGIA
Video by Bobby Bennett Mon, 2017-04-10 17:46
In as much as actor Morgan Freeman's voice epitomizes the perceived voice of God, there's no perceiving when it comes to the voice of drag racing.
No single voice has been more closely associated with NHRA Championship Drag Racing than that of Dave McClelland. For 42 years (1961-2003), “Big Mac” announced NHRA events, served as TV host on TNN, cut TV and radio commercials and served as emcee at countless NHRA functions from banquets to press conferences.