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VIDEO TIME MACHINE - CMS PIT ROAD 1974

This weekend's NHRA Carolina's Nationals in Concord, N.C., may be the
first time an NHRA national event has been contested on Lowe's Motor
Speedway grounds, but it is not the first national event. In 1974, the
IHRA staged their Southern Nationals during the last weekend of March.
This event was a one-off largely due to the unfortunate death of jet
car driver Dave Anderson and two crewmembers of a different team.

On
more than one occaison, noted Carolina promoter Tom Ferrell held events
at the storied facility. CompetitionPlus.com has obtained rare footage
from one of those events. Included, you will see notably Roy Hill's
Plymouth Duster and motorcycle icon E.J. Potter. You might even get a
glimpse of Gene Fulton's White Wagon, a three-time championship car
destroyed in a two-car crash in Bristol four years later.

VIDEO TIME MACHINE - SPARTANBURG DRAGWAY 1974

This video clip comes from faithful reader Steve Brock who had an old 8
mm video converted of a spring day in Spartanburg, SC., 1974 when the
Coca-Cola Calvalcade of Funny Cars visited town. This classic piece of
drag racing memories features the Cassidy Brothers Grand-am Funny Car
and a score of Pinto, Vega and Mach 1 bodied entries. Other
southeastern sportsman legends include Gene Fulton's white wagon, Jerry
Jennings' Camaro and the former Pearson & Strange/Quain Stott
two-door 1955 Chevy Nomad wagon.

VIDEO TIME MACHINE - SPARTANBURG DRAGWAY 1974

This video clip comes from faithful reader Steve Brock who had an old 8
mm video converted of a spring day in Spartanburg, SC., 1974 when the
Coca-Cola Calvalcade of Funny Cars visited town. This classic piece of
drag racing memories features the Cassidy Brothers Grand-am Funny Car
and a score of Pinto, Vega and Mach 1 bodied entries. Other
southeastern sportsman legends include Gene Fulton's white wagon, Jerry
Jennings' Camaro and the former Pearson & Strange/Quain Stott
two-door 1955 Chevy Nomad wagon.

TODAY'S VIDEO CLASSIC MOMENT

Today's classic You Tube video moment features a compilation from Diamond P's Decade of Thrills video highlighting classic clips of various centerline crossings. Highlights include Gary Burgin's infamous Indy near incident and Ron Colson's disqualification on a bye-run. Perhaps the greatest highlight was Billy Meyer's attempted spin around at Columbus.

TODAY'S VIDEO CLASSIC MOMENT

Today's classic You Tube video moment features a compilation from Diamond P's Decade of Thrills video highlighting classic clips of various centerline crossings. Highlights include Gary Burgin's infamous Indy near incident and Ron Colson's disqualification on a bye-run. Perhaps the greatest highlight was Billy Meyer's attempted spin around at Columbus.

TODAY'S VIDEO CLASSIC MOMENT

Today's classic You Tube video moment features a crash compilation from Diamond P's Decade of Thrills video,
you will see classic clips of Mr. Conrad Kalitta "up-on-the-tires" moments and even a rare Richard Tharp sighting.

TODAY'S VIDEO CLASSIC MOMENT

Today's classic You Tube video moment features a crash compilation from Diamond P's Decade of Thrills video,
you will see classic clips of Mr. Conrad Kalitta "up-on-the-tires" moments and even a rare Richard Tharp sighting.

TODAY'S VIDEO CLASSIC MOMENT

Today's classic You Tube video moment features the first win for the
legendary Chi-Town Hustler and famed driver Frank Hawley. In this video from Diamond P's Decade of Thrills video,
you will see the team's NHRA Gatornationals win over Tim Grose and
highlights from the 1982 season.

TODAY'S VIDEO CLASSIC MOMENT

Today's classic You Tube video moment features the first win for the
legendary Chi-Town Hustler and famed driver Frank Hawley. In this video from Diamond P's Decade of Thrills video,
you will see the team's NHRA Gatornationals win over Tim Grose and
highlights from the 1982 season.

TODAY'S CLASSIC VIDEO MOMENT

With all of the Countdown
to the Championship talk likely to command much of the media’s attention, those
who have been around drag racing for the last three decades or so will recall
one of the greatest championship battles. Bob Glidden and the late Lee Shepherd
staged one of the closest championship battles in the history of drag racing.
This title went down to the final run of the season.

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