Video by Bobby Bennett; Camera by Jake Simmons Mon, 2017-09-04 07:33
James Daniels, for the second consecutive season, will leave the NHRA U.S. Nationals $15,000 richer.
Daniels, behind the wheel of the Ray Barton-themed Dodge Dart, used a .01 reaction and an 8.404 elapsed time to beat Wendell Howes, who spun the tires at the hit and coasted through the lights at 9.923 seconds.
Video by Bobby Bennett; Camera by Jake Simmons Thu, 2017-08-31 22:56
They were the original alpha class. Big block engines, four-speed transmissions and a penchant for doing whatever they wanted. These beasts, although no longer at the top of Stock Eliminator is still very much ornery, and quite the animal to tame. Go behind the scenes at the Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals in Indianapolis on Thursday as these high horsepower beasts battle for A/Stock supremacy.
Video by Bobby Bennett Fri, 2017-08-25 10:32
Three of drag racing's modern day icons, Tony Schumacher, John Force and Ron Capps discuss the prestige of the Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals. Three interesting viewpoints of the Labor Day weekend spectacular with one common opinion - it's a race you have to win to complete your career.
Introduction by Dave Densmore; Video by Bobby Bennett Tue, 2017-08-22 13:18
Although he had driven competitively at some loosely organized events in his native Hawaii and even though he had enjoyed some driving success in a Top Gasser on the mainland, Roland Leong probably would not have become a drag racing legend if his need for speed hadn’t sent him crashing off the end of Lions Drag Strip on his first lap as an aspiring Top Fuel driver.
Sat, 2017-08-12 21:42
He's part carnival barker and part sword swallower. And when it comes to either, Al Tucci knows perfection comes in the delivery.
Tucci, a favorite announcer amongst major door slammer events, has a style formed out of conveying the excitement of drag racing. As there are many announcers, there's only one Al Tucci.
Video by Bobby Bennett; Camera by Jake Simmons Mon, 2017-08-07 21:54
Pro Modified history was made Saturday night as Mike Bowman pocketed $100,000 in the richest drag race of its type. The Drag Illustrated World Series of Pro Modified lived up to the billing, as 16 of the toughest door slammer racers in this arena gathered at Bandimere Speedway, just outside of Denver, to battle tooth and nail for the winner-take-all prize. Adding to the challenge, there are no elapsed times or speeds revealed. There is no qualifying, and the pairings were random pick making for tense competition. Relive the passion of this event through the cameras of CompetitionPlusTV, and the over-the-top commentary by Al Tucci.
Sat, 2017-08-05 23:00
Thanks to our coverage partners at DragStory.com and Mark Walter, we present to you the live video feed from the World Series of Pro Mod Drag Racing from Bandimere Speedway.
Sat, 2017-07-29 22:43
NMCA Pro Mod racer Adam Flamholc proved today at Route 66 Raceway, during the first round of the NMCA-NMRA Super Bowl of Street Legal drag racing, eighth-mile drag racing can be dangerous too. Flamholc was uninjured in the mishap, but the same cannot be said for his blown '63 Corvette.
by Drone South Productions Wed, 2017-07-26 16:42
It's no secret Southeast Gassers Association founder Quain Stott is hell-bent on the preservation of what he calls real Gassers. And, the following which has flocked to these events only proves he's appealing to many drag racing fans. In this Brad Crist-produced video from our coverage partners over at Drone South, Stott has indeed taken his promotions to a new level.
Video by Bobby Bennett Tue, 2017-07-25 23:42
At 70-years old, drag racing suspension manufacturer Ronnie Santhuff knows exactly what he wants to do in his golden years.
Santhuff, who has specialized in making shocks for cars designed to race extremely fast, didn't want to have to run 200 miles per hour to race heads up without a dial-in. He's found a home with the Southeast Gassers Association, running a C/Gasser he built himself.
Santhuff, by his own admission, is having the time of his life with the Texas Shooter. This is his story.