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VIDEO: MIKE AUSTIN'S INCREDIBLE, INJURY-FREE CRASH

VIDEO FLASHBACK -- NHRA WINTERNATIONALS -- 30 YEARS AGO

Journey back in time, three decades ago, when Shirley Muldowney kicked off her third championship season. A rookie Canadian Funny Car driver named Frank Hawley and the pounds per cubic inch Pro Stockers went 500-inches for the first time. And, this wonderful travel back in time, was produced by Diamond P and aired on ABC's Wide World of Sports.

VIDEO FLASHBACK -- NHRA WINTERNATIONALS -- 30 YEARS AGO

Journey back in time, three decades ago, when Shirley Muldowney kicked off her third championship season. A rookie Canadian Funny Car driver named Frank Hawley and the pounds per cubic inch Pro Stockers went 500-inches for the first time. And, this wonderful travel back in time, was produced by Diamond P and aired on ABC's Wide World of Sports.

VIDEO FLASHBACK -- NHRA WINTERNATIONALS -- 30 YEARS AGO

Journey back in time, three decades ago, when Shirley Muldowney kicked off her third championship season. A rookie Canadian Funny Car driver named Frank Hawley and the pounds per cubic inch Pro Stockers went 500-inches for the first time. And, this wonderful travel back in time, was produced by Diamond P and aired on ABC's Wide World of Sports.

VIDEO FLASHBACK - 1981 NHRA SPRINGNATIONALS

There was one thing you could always count on when it came to racing at National Trail Raceway located outside of Columbus, Ohio. More times than not it would rain on your high horsepower parade.

The NHRA recognized the true meaning of sideways rain during the 1981 event which was rained out and returned the following weekend where it rained more through severe thunderstorms. While today's drag racing coverage is accustomed to video at night. Back then, producer Diamond P, did the best they could with the resources available.

VIDEO FLASHBACK - 1981 NHRA SPRINGNATIONALS

There was one thing you could always count on when it came to racing at National Trail Raceway located outside of Columbus, Ohio. More times than not it would rain on your high horsepower parade.

The NHRA recognized the true meaning of sideways rain during the 1981 event which was rained out and returned the following weekend where it rained more through severe thunderstorms. While today's drag racing coverage is accustomed to video at night. Back then, producer Diamond P, did the best they could with the resources available.

SEASON 2: MARRIED WITH DRAGSTERS - EPISODE 2

Performance by Fisher Racing, in conjunction with Competitionplus.com, announce the return of the online video series, Married With Dragsters. Beginning in January, 2012, Kathy and Kevin Fisher will take you on their off-season journey that includes everything from building a brand new dragster to revamping the team's Top Dragster with a whole new combination. [Episode Two]

CLASSIC VIDEO: 1977 NHRA SUMMERNATS

summersCompetitionPlus.com has uncovered another classic drag racing video gem.

This time, courtesy of Diamond P Sports, we bring you coverage of the 1977 NHRA Summernationals in Englishtown, NJ. Travel back in time when the term Summernationals was one of the major and ALWAYS meant drag racing in July at the famed Raceway Park.

VIDEO FLASHBACK: 1981 NHRA WORLD FINALS

Travel back in time to an era when the NHRA, seeking a more permanent home for its quality broadcasts produced by Diamond P, often ventured into the major networks such as ABC and NBC.

The 1981 NHRA World Finals, moved to the famed Orange County International Raceway after Ontario Motor Speedway closed down, was broadcast on NBC’s Sportsworld.

MARRIED WITH DRAGSTERS, SEASON 2 LAUNCHES TODAY

main_logo_2Performance by Fisher Racing, in conjunction with Competitionplus.com, announce the return of the online video series, Married With Dragsters.  Beginning in January, 2012, Kathy and Kevin Fisher will take you on their off-season journey that includes everything from building a brand new dragster to revamping the team’s Top Dragster with a whole new combination.

Season two of Married With Dragsters, dubbed “New Car Build”, will feature thirteen episodes of the husband and wife sportsman drag racing duo visiting with some of the top manufacturers and companies in drag racing today, including American Race Cars, Ohio Crankshaft, Moser Engineering and Abruzzi Racing Transmissions and Converters.

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