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HOW TO INSTALL A FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM

All motorsports competitors know that a fire suppression system is perhaps the most critical system in a racing vehicle. This new instruction video from Stroud Safety provides information on the components of the system, proper bottle mounting, tubing routing, and optimal nozzle positioning. There are also helpful instructions on the proper methods of cutting, flaring, and bending tubing. Information is included for maintenance of the system and additional tips to help you achieve a reliable, professional installation. 

Check out the Stroud Safety YouTube channel for many other helpful instruction videos. 

JEGS NHRA NORTH CENTRAL DIVISION SUPER QUICK SERIES CELEBRATES 30TH ANNIVERSARY SEASON

 

The JEGS NHRA Super Quick Series will celebrate its 30th season in 2018 with a 7-race schedule set to cross the NHRA North Central Division. The series will open at Gateway Motorsports Park in St. Louis on April 7-8 and concludes at the NHRA Fall Classic National Open at Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis on October 13-14. New this year will be two double header events at Gateway Motorsports Park and Kil-Kare Dragway with a winner to be crowned each day.

LAMB, LANG, AND NERO HEADLINE PHOENIX SPORTSMAN WINNERS

Justin Lamb, Jody Lang, and Paul Nero marched to victory and celebrated with their teams in winner’s circle this past weekend at the NHRA Arizona Nationals at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park in Chandler, Ariz.

Lamb, Henderson, Nev., continued the title defense of his 2017 Lucas Oil Super Stock World Championship with a victory over local driver Mike Cotten of Cave Creek. Cotten took a late start and broke out attempting to catch Lamb running 10.025 seconds, 130.99 mph. Lamb notched a victory pass of 8.513 seconds, 149.02 mph.

2018 LIGHTS OUT 9 - EVENT RESULTS

LIGHTS OUT 9 - EVENT NOTEBOOK

COWIE, WESTERFIELD LEAD WINNERS AT LUCAS OIL SEASON OPENER

 

Shawn Cowie and Shane Westerfield each took home big wins at the season-opening 58th annual Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals presented by ProtectTheHarvest.com at Auto Club Raceway at Pomona.

Cowie and Westerfield were joined by a pair of first time winners in Steve Will and Paul Mitsos, and six other champions who took home the NHRA Wally trophy.

Cowie took out reigning NHRA Lucas Oil Top Alcohol Dragster World Champion Joey Severance and former world champion Chris Demke in rounds one and two, then faced off with Garrett Bateman, Albany, Ore., in the final.  Bateman had the early lead but smoked the tires early in the run and could only watch as Cowie, Surrey, B.C., shot passed to a 5.333 second, 277.03 mph run for his 11th NHRA national event win.

HOLLEY EFI ANNOUNCES 7 SECOND CLUB FOR NMCA FACTORY SUPER CAR DRIVERS

Holley has announced that the first driver to crack the seven-second barrier in NMCA Factory Super Car will receive $5,000 from Holley EFI, and the next four will be awarded $1,000 Holley product certificates. If the first racer that breaks into the elusive seven-second zone is also running Holley EFI, he'll pocket another $5,000 bonus.

Aside from the potential $10,000 payday for the barrier breaker and the $1,000 product certificates for the next four through the seven-second door, all five drivers will also receive Holley EFI 7 Second Club jackets to commemorate their achievement. "Holley EFI’s 7 Second Club has added incredible excitement to one of the premier NMCA categories for 2018," said Steve Wolcott, President & CEO of NMCA. "Factory Super Car racers are stepping up their games to compete for big money and the ultimate Big-3 bragging rights that come with an NMCA world championship."

NATAAS, MARSHALL JUMP TO THE FRONT OF POMONA TOP ALCOHOL QUALIFYING

 

Second-day Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series competition closed out the second day of the NHRA Winternationals in Pomona, Ca., and when the smoke cleared, there were two new leaders atop the alcohol classes.

Julie Nataas drove the Randy Meyer-tuned A/Fuel Dragster entry to the top spot, replacing Thursday's leader Shawn Cowie, who dropped to fourth. Nataas stopped the clocks with an impressive 5.203 elapsed time at 277.26. The blown alcohol dragster of James Stevens heads into Saturday's final session as second with a 5.207, 276.35 best. 

COWIE, GORDON, HEDLAND LEAD QUALIFYING FOR FIRST DAY OF NHRA SEASON

 

A pair of championship runner-ups were the top runners during opening day qualifying for the NHRA Winternationals. 

Shawn Cowie drove his blown alcohol dragster to the top of the Top Alcohol Dragster list scoring a 5.227 elapsed time at 275.28 miles per hour in edging out Duane Shields, who was next on leaderboard with a 5.240, 274.44. Defending champion Joey Severance is fifth.

ROOKIE A/FUEL PILOT JORDAN VANDERGRIFF SEES THE BIG PICTURE

 

If you're going to dream; dream big. 

At least this is how Jordan Vandergriff sees it. 

Jordan, the 22-year old newly licensed A/Fuel Dragster driver, doesn't remember sitting in his uncle Bob Vandergriff's Top Fuel dragster for the first time back in 1998. However, he remembers grabbing "seat time" in his Uncle's dragster every opportunity he could while growing up. 

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