Tue, 2018-12-18 22:35
Legends: The Series, an online documentary/interview series delves into the history of those drag racers who shaped the various areas of the sport. Now in its second series of production, Legends: The Series provides the inside stories rarely published and told by the legends themselves. You'll see on average thirty minutes of historical footage and the emotions of these individuals who gave their lives in the pursuit of legendary status.
by Bobby Bennett Mon, 2018-12-17 15:57
In this latest episode of Storytellers at CompetitionPlus.tv, Louis Force, older brother of John Force tells the story of the day the brothers accidentally ran over a bicyclist while repossessing their race cars. What they didn't know at the time was just how much clout the victim had.
Videos by Bobby Bennett, CPTV Sun, 2018-12-16 19:00
Watch the new online documentary series Legends: The Series, by accessing all eleven episodes on this page.
Legends: The Series, produced by CompetitionPlus.com founder Bobby Bennett, tells the behind-the-scenes stories of drag racing's storied subjects who often reveal untild stories in these interviews.
If you have time to watch them all, it will time well spent. If not, just bookmark the page and watch them as time permits.
With Season 2 already in production, the inaugural season sets a strong platform for the future.
Video by Bobby Bennett; Footage courtesy of NHRA/FOXSports Sat, 2018-12-15 22:46
J.R. Todd clinched his first career NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series Funny Car world championship title during the first round of eliminations Sunday at the Auto Club NHRA Finals at Auto Club Raceway at Pomona.
Matt Smith also won his third Pro Stock Motorcycle world championship at the final 2018 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series event during eliminations on Sunday.
Video by Bobby Bennett Sat, 2018-12-15 14:23
Roy Hill said it best when he admitted, "Back in those days we did things differently." This is the story of the early days of mountain motor Pro Stock racing when the two alpha dogs of the backwoods scene met up fact to face and quickly admitted the town wasn't big enough for the two of them. Musi controlled north of the Mason-Dixon line, and Hill controlled the southern side. How they came to this agreement is a story worth telling.
Mon, 2018-12-10 10:18
Welcome to the world of Stevie Fast, where doorslammers are mandatory and trash talk is king. Trust us when we tell you that Stevie "Fast" Jackson has mastered both. In this video, he dishes out his ove for rivalry and his disdain for turbos and Street Outlaws. It ain't personal, it's just the business of how drag racing ought to be.
Wed, 2018-12-05 14:10
Prepare to get educated as Brian Lohnes, David Freiburger, Steve Brule, and Mike Kojima hit the SEMA floor to see who wins the inaugural Masters of Motors Awards at SEMA!
Fri, 2018-11-30 16:54
This might just be the most pure drag race coverage you've seen in a while.
Produced by the group at Diamond P for the up and coming ESPN network during the 1980 season, sit back and watch 90 minutes of drag racing from the NHRA Fallnationals at Seattle International Raceway in Kent, Wash.
You'll see the legends ... Raymond Beadle, Shirley Muldowney and Bob Glidden mixing it up with the likes of Dale Armstrong, Jeb Allen and Lee Shepherd. You'll also see three rounds of Pro Comp eliminator as well as the ultimate tortoise and the hare match between Terry Hoard's C/Modified Compact and Dave Hutchens' A/Gas Opel.
The great voice of the late Steve Evans make this vintage broadcast a must-see video.
by Drone South Productions Sun, 2018-11-25 18:31
It's the end of a challenging season for the Southeast Gassers Association, drag racing's strictest, period-correct series for these untamable beasts. The year-long series comes to a conclusion with this Battle of the Gassers.
Introduction by Dave Densmore; Video by Bobby Bennett Mon, 2018-11-19 17:20
Al Segrini made the most of his short time racing in the NHRA. In fact, in his short career (1974-1984), he ran less than 60 total NHRA tour events. Nevertheless, he won five times, three times in the season-opening Winternationals, and his impact on the sport of drag racing is inescapable.
A protégé of the late, great “Jungle Jim” Liberman, for whom he once worked as a volunteer crew member, cleaning parts and steering the race car back to the pits, Segrini got his start driving the “Boston Shaker” Funny Car for a recovering Kosty Ivanof, who would introduce him to one of the individuals who would change his life, Jim Beattie, the founder of ATI.