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2018 NHRA U.S. NATIONALS - VIDEO NOTEBOOK

CPTV VIDEO - THE BATTLE OF THE BEASTS - 2018 INDY FACTORY STOCK SHOWDOWN

The NHRA Factory Stock Showdown is everything the late Bob Tasca had in mind when he coined the phrase, "Race on Sunday, Sell on Monday." In one of the greatest gatherings of modern day muscle. sixteen Factory Stock Showdown competitors battle it out for the most prestigious of all drag race titles - U.S. Nationals champion. Narrated by veteran drag race announcers Joe Castello, Brian Lohnes and Alan Reinhart.

CLASSIC VIDEO: TO DIVE OR NOT TO DIVE, PRO STOCK'S DILEMMA OF '95

Remember those Lethal Weapon movies of the 1980s and 90s when actors Martin Riggs (Mel Gibson) and Roger Murtaugh (Danny Glover) struggled with the game plan of, "Do we do it on three? Or one, two, three, then do it?"

While it might not rank up there with Pro Stock's greatest oops moments of the 1990s which included fiery hoodscoops and exploding oil tanks, the 1995 Winston Select Finals, has a moment when the late Steve Evans shares his thoughts on "taking a dive" in the Pro Stock ranks. During that time frame it happened pretty often between engine builders and engine lessees as well as between fathers and sons. The commentary is priceless.

We're in stitches here, as they say, "Busting a gut laughing."

ELEPHANTS ON DISPLAY: THE 2018 DODGE HEMI SHOOTOUT IN VIDEO

In 1968, the folks from Chrysler decided they needed to build the ultimate Stock and Super Stock vehicle from their factory. They teamed up with Hurst for what was a limited run of Barracudas and Darts, and what they built was a total of 50 were built with 426 Hemis. They were not street legal, nor were they street driven. They were only destroyed to go out and destroy Fords and Chevys on the drag strip.

LIVE VIDEO: YELLOW BULLET NATIONALS - CECIL COUNTY DRAGWAY

Thanks to our coverage partners at DragStory.com and Mark Walter, we present to you the live video feed from the Yellow Bullet Nationals at Cecil County Dragway.

TAKE A TOUR OF AEROMOTIVE'S FACILITY

Take a tour of Aeromotive's Lenexa, Kan.-based facility with Brian Lohnes where cutting edge fuel system components are made.

DRAG ILLUSTRATED'S WORLD SERIES OF PRO MODIFIED - A CPTV VIDEO RECAP

Here it is, our traditional fast-paced recap from the richest Pro Modified race in the world - the $100,000-win Drag Illustrated World Series of Pro Modified event from Badimere Speedway outside of Denver, Co.

CPTV VIDEO - PAT MUSI TALKS ABOUT HIS NHRA PRO STOCK DAYS

Most people know Pat Musi as either one of the pioneering Pro Street champions or most recently the innovating drag racing engine builder who led the push of electronic fuel injection into nitrous Pro Modified. Once upon a time, in a galaxy far, far away, Musi was a competitive NHRA Pro Stock driver who finished fourth best in the 1981 championship chase.

THE BATTLE OF THE BURNOUTS - PRO MOD STYLE

This year at the Drag Illustrated World Series of Pro Mod event instead of having a wildcard race – which paid $10,000 to the winner last year – a burnout contest was held Friday.

And the winner was Stevie “Fast” Jackson. For his thrilling burnout, Jackson collected the $5,000 first-place check.

“This is awesome,” said Jackson. “This is just as good as the race. The reason it is so awesome because all of them people are excited about coming to watch drag racing (Friday night). It (the burnout) was crazy. It was over the track. I was steering it with the throttle, pumping the brakes, chutes, it was fun. The burnout is the most fun thing I do out here, so it was good.” During the burnout, Jackson acknowledged his car did experience some problems. “The thing went out there and shut off,” Jackson said. “I don’t know if it blew up or not, but it would not start.”

STORYTELLERS - DALE PULDE TELLS THE STORY OF THE SHADE TREE MARKETER

If you rolled with Dale Pulde, you fixed stuff. That's just how you rolled back in the day. If the race car broke, you fixed it. If the rig broke, you fixed it. In this colorful story of a team's never-ending desire to be self-sufficient, the iconic Funny Car describes the times their rig broke and how they fixed it. The best part might be when former business partner Mike Hamby made the most of a roadside situation.

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