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STORYTELLERS: EARWOOD-DENSMORE TELL: MOOSE PROMOTER EXTRAORDINAIRE

 

Steve Earwood definitely knows where the bodies are buried The former NHRA publicist and Rockingham Dragwway owner tells and entertaining story about an over-the-edge stunt man, 20 Ford EXPs and a promoter named Moose who knew how to pack the people in for a good time.

Joined by longtime associate Dave Densmore, he also adds about the Billy Meyer burned hands promotion. 

Drag Racing's Storytellers, from the makers of Legends: The Series, captures the stories of the legends in drag racing.

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.

VIDEO - A GAGGLE OF REALLY COOL DRAG RACING THEMED COMMERCIALS

Commercials are the life's blood behind television programming. In fact, there was a time when the commercials became just as entertaining as the National Football League's Super Bowl.

We had some extra time, so we set out on a journey to find some of the best drag racing-themed commercials. Here's a good number of what we found.. Watch them all because there are some downright entertaining pieces.

#LEGENDStheSERIES - THE LEGEND OF MIKE DUNN

 

He was the kid many watched grow up at the drag strip.

The kid, Mike Dunn, a winner in two professional categories, was a record-setting driver who took his career in the sport to a one-of-a-kind level.

Before he became a pro drag racer, he turned wrenches on those cars. He was a national event-winning driver in Top Fuel. Ditto behind the wheel of a Funny Car, with a ledger that includes a U.S. Nationals crown. He had top-five points finishes in both classes.

Dunn traded his firesuit for a business suit with a stint as an NHRA drag racing analyst on ESPN. He then set himself apart from others who reached those goals before him by serving a year-plus stint as the president of the rival IHRA.

The son of "Big" Jim Dunn, a nitro legend from the 1960s and 70s who remains a team owner and tuner, Dunn has been there, seen it all, done it all. Hear his unique perspective on where the sport has been, is and is heading in the Season 6 season opener of Legends: The Series.

#RONCAPPSEXPERIENCE - WHAT'S IN YOUR BELLY?

It's another riveting edition of the #RONCAPPSEXPERIENCE, and your favorite pit reporter Ron Capps is back in the pits asking the tough questions of his nitro associates.

This time Ron wants to know what food fuels these racers on Raceday morning, and at races in general. There's no telling what you hear from egg whites to peanut butter and banana sandwiches.

Find out just how well John Force's diet is working for him.

#LOVETHISLIFE - THE KRISTA BALDWIN EDITION

 

There’s no doubt third-generation drag racer Krista Baldwin was born with the drag racing gene.

Baldwin, the daughter of late Top Fuel driver Bobby Baldwin and granddaughter of dragster icon Chris Karamesines, serves the industry as the marketing director of McLeod Racing and FTI Performance, and in her spare time drives an A/Fuel Dragster.

In this episode, Baldwin opens up about her life in racing, and her many hats she wears including student, team owner and her life away from the track. We are sure you will come away entertained and informed, as she shares her positive enthusiasm about the sport she loves.

VIDEO FEATURE - IT'S THE QUARANTINE Q&A WITH STEVIE "FAST" JACKSON

Stevie "Fast" Jackson is like a box of chocolates, because when you put him in front of a camera, you never know what you will get.

In this latest Stevie Fast entertainment edition, the champion is following up on questions from the Custom Socket, Lockup Converter, Chopping the Tree Down, Barker Maxs Nitrous Ride and more.

Never a dull moment, we promise.

CLASSIC VIDEO - SEVEN SECOND LOVE AFFAIR

 

Long before Rick Stewart flipped the switches at NHRA Drag Races as the official starter, he appeared in one of the more popular drag racing documentaries ever made.

Seven Second Love Affair was Les Blank’s first documentary/photography job shooting Drag Racers in Long Beach, CA, driving everything from hopped-up street stockers to supercharged dragsters.

In 1965 when the leading Top Fuel cars were stopping to the clocks at 220, this documentary follows the early days of Stewart as a drag racer trying his best to attain the world record.

This video was written and directed by Robert Abel with the music score by Canned Heat Blues Band.

IS THIS THE GREATEST DRAG RACING DRIVER MELTDOWN EVER?

Saying John Force is prone to a wide-open rant regularly is like saying the sun is hot to the touch.

At the 1989 NHRA Chief Nationals hosted by the Texas Motorplex, Force was as hot as the mid-day sun when race officials disqualified him in the first round for hitting the outer boundary (the retaining wall) against Ed McCulloch. The only problem was - Force didn't hit the wall.

#LEGENDStheSERIES PREVIEW - THE LEGEND OF MIKE DUNN

 

Are you ready for Season 6 of the highly acclaimed internet documentary series focusing on the legends of the drag strip?

Mike Dunn was absolutely correct in his assessment that many expected him to automatically graduate into the fuel racing ranks just because of his status as Jim Dunn's son. He did make his way into the fuel ranks but did so because he worked his way up from crewman to driver. The road was filled with bumps and bruises, but one which led to a career where he admittedly never spent a dime of his own money to participate.

This preview provides a glimpse of what is to come on April 16, 2020, at 8 PM, EST., when the new season debuts.

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