Video by Bobby Bennett Sat, 2021-04-24 07:46
Storytellers, the entertaining series created by the producers of Legends: The Series, allows drag racing's legends to tell their stories of the good old days for drag racing.
In this episode, Billy Meyer tells about the time a fender bender with a Pro Stock team ended up getting him in hot water with NHRA and believe it or not, the FBI. It's the class story of alcohol, weapons, violence and a former President. Folks, you just can't make up stuff this good, as it's told by Waco Willie.
Video by Bobby Bennett Thu, 2021-04-22 20:20
Bob Glidden was as blue collar of a drag racer as one could be. And, what made his status more impressive, is he did it on the big stage of NHRA professional drag racing.
Glidden remains a throwback when championships were earned by hard work and not so deep pockets. There were deep pockets, yes ... but they generally belonged to those trying to catch him.
by Bobby Bennett Tue, 2021-03-30 16:30
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.
Video by Bobby Bennett Thu, 2021-03-25 21:00
There will never be another Bill Doner.
In this episode of LEGENDS: THE SERIES, CompetitionPlus.tv takes a look behind the scenes of what made Doner tick, the outlandish promotions and what led him to retire from his breakneck schedule in 1979.