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CLASSIC VIDEO REWIND - 1975 ROCKINGHAM

This rare video gem was broadcast on Speedvision and features coverage of the 1975 IHRA Pro Am Nationals, the traditional spring race hosted by Rockingham Dragway. Back in the day the IHRA provided an alternative to the larger NHRA and to be honest, the racing wasn't that bad. You'll see in this two-part video rewind footage of Don Garlits, Shirl Greer, Raymond Beadle, Bob Glidden, General Lee Edwards and more. It's just the perfect video for a holiday.

2019 GOOD VIBRATIONS MARCH MEET - VIDEO NOTEBOOK

Check out our video presentation of the happenings at the 61st annual Good Vibrations March Meet at Auto Club Famoso located outside of Bakersfield, Ca.

STORYTELLERS WITH RICKIE SMITH: IT'S DARK UP AT THE DUCK

To hear Rickie Smith tell it, the day he match raced Roy Hill was just another learning experience of match racing that crazy-a** fool. Back in the 1980s, match racing was a way of life for many of the Pro Stock racers and the circuit often took them to tracks where the conditions were not always conducive to quick door slammers. Bear in mind, there are no headlights on Pro Stockers. We will let Rickie tell the rest of the story.

CPTV VIDEO FEATURE - NITROMETH4NE: A CINEMATIC CUT

All too many times we grab video footage for race reports and video features without taking much time for the artistic presentation. CompetitionPlus TV Lead Videographer Jake Simmons has developed a penchant for delivering the cinematic look in the footage. Here's his latest presentation we call, NITROMETH4NE: A CINEMATIC CUT

MUST SEE VIDEO - A SIGN THAT YOU'RE LIVING RIGHT

Jamie Gilbert pulled off quite the feat during the opening eliminations round of Outlaw 632 at Lights Out 10, the premiere drag radial event staged at South Georgia Motorsports Park. By our calculations, he crashed several times without hitting anything. Johnny Lee Roberts captured this exciting action from the top end. 

VIDEO FEATURE - SCOTT PALMER'S HANDS-ON APPROACH TO TOP FUEL

 

Scott Palmer loves driving his Magic Dry Organic Absorbent Top Fuel Dragster, and because of this, he's as hands-on with his dragster as one can get.

Palmer's love transcends driving in competition because he's a huge fan of the sport. This is why he cannot wait to see what this weekend's cooler temperatures will inspire at Wild Horse Motorsports Park, host to this weekend's Magic Dry NHRA Arizona Nationals.

"With the cooler conditions setting up the way they are going to be this weekend, everybody is going to be super-fast," Palmer said. "If we are lucky it's going to be a high of maybe 60 degrees so it's going to make for a very stout and tight racetrack. There will be a lot of career-bests set this weekend, for sure.

LIGHTS OUT 10 - VIDEO RECAP OF RADIAL VS. THE WORLD COMPETITION

Check out our high-intensity recap video from the 2019 Lights Out 10 event hosted by South Georgia Motorsports Park outside of Vadosta, Ga. Every race is captured in this 32-car field ladder, and hear from the winner at the end of the show.

LIGHTS OUT 10 - A VIDEO RECAP OF X275 ACTION

Check out our fast-paced recap of X275 drag radial competition from Lights Out 10, a major drag radial event at South Geogia Motorsports Park located outside of Valdosta, Ga.

LEGENDS: THE SERIES - THE LEGEND OF SHIRLEY MULDOWNEY

 

Drag racing boasts a diversity of participation that is the envy of every other motor racing discipline on the planet. But, how diverse would the sport be today had there never been a woman with the fiery determination of Shirley “Cha Cha” Muldowney?

While Shirley Shahan, Judy Lilly and others had broken drag racing’s gender barrier long before Muldowney left the streets of Schenectady, N.Y., they earned their NHRA hardware in cars that could have been driven to and from church, school or the corner store.

When Muldowney burst upon the scene in the early 1970s, though, she wasn’t interested in driving a Dodge or Ford or Chevrolet. She was hell bent on mashing the pedal on a Top Fuel dragster, a purpose-built race car that even in 1973 was capable of zero to 240 mile per hour acceleration in less than six seconds.

COMPETITIONPLUS TV FLASHBACK - 1970S NHRA DIVISIONAL ACTION FROM EDMONTON, ALB.

If you love classic drag racing, then you are going to love this presentation of divisional racing from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. You'll see everything from gear-jamming class racing to nitro competition. If you listen very closely, the host sounds a lot like NHRA VP of Operations Graham Light, who used to run the track.

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