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VIDEO FEATURE - 60TH MARCH MEET DRAG STRIP RUMBLE

An inside look at the 1st Round of Top Fuel Eliminator during the 60th March Meet. In this segment, we chronicle the pursuits of 8 AA/Fuel Dragster drivers who have no usable data due to a truncated qualifying format. Commentary by Cole Coonce and Whit Bazemore. Hosted by Paige Murtaugh.

CPTV CLASSIC - BURNOUT THE MOVIE

A troubled teenager, whose sole desire is to become a great drag racer, almost ruins his own dreams when he spurns his dad's racing advice. But support from his girlfriend enables him to prove his abilities to the racing world, his father and himself.

You'll see a few cameo appearances from the classic drag racing community. It's a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon. 

LIVE VIDEO: RADIAL REVENGE TOUR, TULSA, OK.

Thanks to our coverage partners at DragStory.com and Mark Walter, we present to you the live video feed from the Radial Revenge tour at Osage Tulsa Raceway Park in Tulsa, Ok.

VIDEO FEATURE: MICKE'S SWEET SIXTEEN DOMINATION

There was a time when Radial vs. The World drag racer Mark Micke believed he needed to park his boxy 1978 Malibu for a more aerodynamic and modern Pro Modified style car. Last Saturday, April 24, 2018, Micke showed why newer isn't always better. Not only did he score a new world record, but also put a hurting on everyone he faced. The following video recaps the incredible race weekend. 

CPTV VIDEO: SCOTTY G'S NASTY SWEET 16 ENGINE BACKFIRE!

Scotty G is known for his incredible performances at Duck X Productions events. Saturday, during the Sweet 16 event, the veteran No-Time racers launched a hood scoop to an unofficial altitude record. Check out this violent explosion captured by CompetitionPlusTV's Jake Simmons. .

LEGENDS: THE SERIES FEATURES GARY DENSHAM AND JEB ALLEN GO INTO DRHOF TONIGHT

Two drivers featured as part of the Legends: The Series program will officially be inducted into the Don Garlits Drag Racing Hall of Fame tonight in Gainesville, Fla. Here's a chance to se their stories in their own words. 

STORYTELLERS - JOHN FORCE TELLS THE STORY OF IMPRESSING A GIRL

Young men are apt to do whatever it takes to secure the admiration and love of a young lady. For 16-time NHRA champion John Force, trying to tame an ornery AA/Fuel Altered on an LA County backroad probably wasn't the brightest idea to try and impress the young lady who would eventually become his wife. Well it is John Force we are talking about, and of course, there's a blooper reel at the end.

STORYTELLERS - AL TUCCI TELLS THE STORY OF RACING ROY HILL

If you think noted door slammer announcer Al Tucci is entertaining as an announcer, then you haven't heard him tell a story. Tucci, in this episode of CompetitionPlusTV's Storytellers, reveals the day he match raced "Uncle" Roy Hill through a shopping mall parking lot, and literally took his life into his own hands. What makes this tale even better the statute of limitations has run out on this 1990s gut-splitter. If you're at the office and not supposed to laugh heartily, this isn't the video for you to watch at this time.

MUST WATCH VIDEO - NOW THIS IS WHAT WE CALL A CELEBRATION!

We can only imagine the celebration if this Top Fuel driver wins; which we believe will happen this season.

Scott Palmer and members of the CAPCO crew celebrate his first ever final round appearance the best way they know how with throttle wacks on a nitro car.

These teams epitomize everything fuel racing used to be about.

LEGENDS: THE SERIES - THE LEGEND OF JOHN FORCE

 

John Force’s incredible success as a professional drag racer belies a childhood in which he rarely won anything – from football to fistfights. 

In this episode of Legends, the Series, season four, the 16-time Funny Car champ talks about enduring polio, the influence of his brother Louie, his family’s “Grapes of Wrath” lifestyle, a father whose pride was not evident until after his death, learning to deal with pressure and how he would most like to be remembered.

“I didn’t know I was a poor child,” the 148-time NHRA tour winner said of his years growing up in seven-member family anchored by a truck driving dad and a fry cook mom.   “I thought it was the greatest time of my life.” 

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