Previous Page. Next Page. Frequent weather fronts with large doses of precipitation have recently been plaguing tracks and races throughout the country. These outlaw vehicles are using supercharges and much larger fuel pumps putting out big show level flames from the headers. Adding to the event were the always popular Nostalgia Drag Racing League and exhibition vehicles including the legendary Bob Motz in his jet Semi. Friday evening was supposed to hold two qualifying sessions, but unfortunately rain cut the number of sessions to one.
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Side-by-side jet trucks, world record challenges highlight Northern Nitro Jam. Here is what's making headlines entering this weekend's race:. WHEN : August For the first time in the history of the International Hot Rod Association's Northern Nitro Jam, two jet trucks will race side-by-side at the fastest track in Michigan. Jet-powered drag racing veteran Neal Darnell will pack a punch with his 30, horsepower "Shockwave" jet-powered semi-truck as he takes on Les Shockley in the "Super Shockwave" '57 Chevy in a battle that will feature over 60, combined horsepower and a grand total of five jet engines making for one of the loudest, fastest and most exciting drag races in motorsports history. The rare side-by-side jet truck race will take place both Friday and Saturday night at U.
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Forward: Although this article is about the famed Chi-Town Hustler it is directly relevant to all fuel engines of the era. Throughout the 70's the bane of Top Fuel and Funny Car racers alike was "backsiding" pistons. This is how Farkonas and Coil approached that problem. The article also gives good insight to where the teams thought fuel racing was going in the future.
Pat Minick was the kind of guy with whom you might disagree but whose sincerity you could never doubt. A dedicated dad and husband, a fierce competitor on the dragstrip, a plain-talking straight-shooter who never minced words, and a devoted friend to many, he stood defiantly apart from the herd of drag racing heroes. I was fortunate enough to know him for some 40 years, from a distance at first — because I found him intimidating until I came to know him well —but much closer in later years. He was a bountiful source of rich stories about the early days of Super Stock and Funny Car racing and unblinkingly provided an insider's perspective on the history of the sport and the men he worked with.