Video by Bobby Bennett Mon, 2019-07-15 06:31
We have yet another gem from the triple interview with Mountain Motor Pro Stock legends Roy Hill, Rickie Smith and Pat Musi. In this episode, Hill tells about the day he got one up on Bill "Grumpy" Jenkins, and he may or may not have had nitrous. It's all a vicious rumor Hill says with a laugh.
by Bobby Bennett Thu, 2019-06-20 17:15
During the ‘50s and ‘60s, when drag racing was in its infancy, those who documented the sport for enthusiast publications like National Dragster and Drag News rarely were trained journalists. Most were simply fans motivated by a love for the sport.
Among them was a native Californian who, armed with little more than an unquenchable curiosity and the ability to make sentences (“I wasn’t good at anything but P.E. and English”), ultimately set a standard for race coverage and honest commentary that helped transform the sport.
by Jake Simmons Wed, 2019-06-05 10:37
Drag racing in Australia is a thing of beauty. Long after the race winners were presented, records reported and incidents chronicled, there remains hours and hours of footage. Leave it to our lead videographer Jake Simmons to study the footage and present angles and visuals we often take for granted. It's the Thunder 400 Winter Nationals at Willowbank Raceway, the largest national event drag race held outside of the United States, and its splendor.
Video by Bobby Bennett; Camera by Jake Simmons Wed, 2019-05-15 18:58
J.D. Campbell has always wanted to tell his story, and today he gets his chance. He's no professional drag racer, nor is his race car at the top of the food chain of the straight-line sport. Campbell is a second-generation drag racer who followed in the footsteps of his father, and follows the inspiration to the letter of the law. Here's his story, we think you will enjoy hearing it as much as we've enjoyed bringing it.