Tue, 2019-03-26 10:37
Terry McMillen, team owner and driver of the AMALIEⓇ Motor Oil XTERMIGATORⓇ Top Fuel Dragster and Tub O’ Towels announced today that Tub O’ Towels is now the Official and only cleaning wipe of Terry McMillen Racing.
“We’ve been using Tub O’ Towels on our team for about a year now,” McMillen said. “We think these are the ultimate cleaning products for our team. The Heavy Duty Cleaning Wipes keep our crew clean and the Stainless Steel Wipes keep our trailer looking like new. Partnering with Tub O’ Towels makes perfect sense for our team. We couldn’t be more excited about our relationship with them.”
by Greg Burrow Tue, 2019-03-26 10:32
The 2018 season ended with a first for Brian Shrader and for Piedmont Dragway with an NHRA Wally given to final race winner.
The season-opener on March 30, 2019, will have a new approach to kick off the new year.
By Susan Wade Mon, 2019-03-25 23:15
The NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle, Pro Modified, and Factory Stock Showdown classes made their premieres last weekend during the Amalie Oil Gatornationals at Gainesville, Fla. Within four days of victories by Andrew Hines, Todd Tutterow, and Drew Skillman, the Technical Department had handed out rules designed to bring parity to all three classes.
by Ian Tocher Mon, 2019-03-25 20:16
Don't screw up. That's pretty much all Kevin Rivenbark could think about at the unique Sweet 16 event Mar. 21-23, at South Georgia Motorsports Park. A red-light start in the Radials vs. The World (RvW) semi-finals just one month earlier at Lights Out 10 on the same track haunted the North Carolina-based driver.
"All day long and even all weekend my Lights Out result kind of bothered me and I just didn’t want to red light again and let my guys down," Rivenbark admitted shortly after a .048 leave in the Sweet 16 final against Norman Bryson led into a victorious 3.63 pass at 204.91 mph and a $101,000 payday.
by Ian Tocher Mon, 2019-03-25 10:53
Early on, Nick and Rich Bruder established themselves among the favorites to leave South Georgia Motorsports Park with $50-grand in hand for winning the always tough X275 class at promoter Donald "Duck" Long's Sweet 16 event.
It would've been a good bet, as the Edison, NJ-based Bruder Brothers took their ProCharger-equipped '88 Mustang all the way to victory lane after a record-setting run of 4.235 seconds at 165.78 mph in the final round over Craig Walls.
by Bobby Bennett Sun, 2019-03-24 20:39
Winning a Sweet 16 Drag Radial event demands as much physical toughness as it does driving skill.
On Saturday, two drivers executed superior examples of both.
Kevin Rivenbark lasted through 11 qualifying sessions and won four rounds of competition to pocket $101,000 in winning Radial vs. The World at the Sweet 16 2.0.
By Ian Tocher Sat, 2019-03-23 18:49
Despite employing some decidedly aggressive marketing and promotional techniques, Donald "Duck" Long has also worked hard to make his Duck X Productions events at South Georgia Motorsports Park welcoming and friendly affairs.
A big part of that has come through providing breakfast, lunch and dinner to thousands of Duck X competitors and sponsors over the years, led by the tireless efforts of his mother, Nancy, and father, Donald Sr. Since 2014, after Long met wife Stephanie, their contributions have been bolstered by those of her parents, Lona and Steve Sapp.
By Ian Tocher Sat, 2019-03-23 10:39
After completely rebuilding his ProCharger-equipped 2009 Dodge Challenger throughout the off season, Rob Goss proved the effort worthwhile with an outstanding 4.237-seconds pass at 169.40 mph in the eighth and final round of X275 qualifying Friday night for Sweet 16 at South Georgia Motorsports Park.
by Ian Tocher Sat, 2019-03-23 10:28
They are flying at the $101,000-winner-take-all Sweet 16, where the quickest Radial vs. The World field in history is led by Daniel Pharris and his ProCharger-boosted 2017 Mustang.
by Ian Tocher Sat, 2019-03-23 10:16
Even Marcus Birt was surprised when told he'd just made the quickest nitrous-boosted, eighth-mile pass in history--bar none. The 3.604 at 204.76-mph pass came in Saturday's first Radials vs. The World qualifying session, the sixth of 11 total pre-elimination rounds for promoter Donald "Duck" Long's Sweet 16 event at South Georgia Motorsports Park.