How To: Drag Racing 101 the Basics, Staging The Christmas Tree and the Starting Line If you have the need for speed or want to test your car in the quarter mile then you may want to visit a local drag strip and try your hand at drag racing. This informative video shows you some of the basics so that when you get to the race track you will feel less intimidated and more comfortable.

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How To: Drag Racing for Beginners
Some people made some good points in the comments, so here are a few more tips: Jeff Wilson - Don't do a burnout until the track staff indicates to do so. Darren Betker - What is the average cost per run? A: In my experience it can be as little as $10/15 on a regular test and tune night, $35 on a day, or more if you choose to participate in a track rental. It really varies and your best bet would be to look it up before you go. Today, we get down to the basics of drag racing if you're new to the sport. We couldn't get out in the car for this episode of Cars and Kleib due to rain, but I needed my white board so it was ok! Don't forget to LIKE and click the SUBSCRIBE button for more or sub at this link: Store: Check out our Vlog channel!!: Facebook: BigKleib34 is the home of everything FAST!! Click "Subscribe" to stay updated. It's free!! Also, feel free to check us out on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at our addresses below! Check us out on Our Channel: FaceBook: Instagram: Twitter: Commercial inquiries: Fan Mail: P.O. Box 1122 Middletown, DE 19709 Outro background created by "Amitai Angor AA VFX" Check out more from AA VFX:

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