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Top Fuel @ Calder Park ~ FUCHS Nitro Thunder
In front of over 7000 Melbourne race fans, the ANDRA Drag Racing Series
marked its return after 12 years away from Australia's sporting capital
with thrilling action across three ANDRA pro categories.
Morgan defeated event debutante John Lamattina in a close fought final with
Morgan's 4.322 narrowly defeating a 4.556 from Lamattina.
Morgan paid credit to his crew for their efforts not just at Fuchs Nitro
Thunder presented by Crow Cams but across the whole season.
"This crew has been amazing not just today but every time they go to work
on this car," he said. "(Crew chief) Ben Patterson took a bit of a stab at
the tune up today after we had an ignition shut off on one run and then a
seized fuel pump in a warm up and sure enough it went down there -- he got
it right and to do that twice in one day is full credit to him.
"In the run before the final I was on the hand brake trying to keep
traction so Ben calmed it down for the final and it sailed on through."
Morgan defeated chief championship rival Phil Lamattina in the first
elimination round and with 74 points now separating the pair, qualifying
fifth or better at the Australian Nationals at Sydney Dragway in two weeks
would mean Morgan wraps up his fourth Top Fuel title.
"Championship wise it is what it is, we take the punches as we swing them,"
FUCHS Nitro Thunder, Calder Park, Australia October 19th 2013
1/4 mile Wheel stand (RMR)
...in the Jelly Belly stage coach. 60 or so year old man is the driver.
Quite a show.
At RMR (Rocky Mountain Raceway) in (relatively) Salt Lake City, UT.
here are a couple of good wheelstanders! for those of you that are into
drag racing and love it when a car pulls the front wheels but what about if
a car actually jumps in the air! all 4's off the ground?!?
Brian Ambrosini - AMC Gremlin - Wheelie Competition - Winner!
*** Please Read the Video Info ***
Crazy wheelstand from an AMC Gremlin? Has to be seen to be believed. Be
sure to pause it and observe that he had all 4 wheels off the ground. Car
was on it's bumper only. This was at the World Power Wheelstanding
Competition in Byron, IL. in 2006. FYI - this is not my car. Please keep
comments clean and intelligent. If they fall outside those limits, I won't
approve them. This video and all rights are exclusive copyright of Jack
Davis Video Productions.
Top Fuel Drag Racing with on board camera.
Everyone swoons at the Bugatti Veyron's paltry performance
!?However, this is how it is done. 0-110
in 1 second ! 0-330 in 4.5 seconds ! The nitro-methane super-charged V8
engine's 8000 horse-power nearly rips the tubular frame apart, and
sometimes does, at full speed !
WOW! Look At This 71 Nova Flip Over
This video is from Norwalk Racway Park Ohio. It's from the Wheel Stand
contest. Yes those are Xmas lights on the car Orange and White. He won $200
Andrew Cowin Top Fuel -v- Allan Dobson Greene Machine - run 3 March 20 2004, Perth Motorplex
This is Andrew Cowin driving the Cowin Family Top Fueller -v- Allan Dobson
in the Greene Machine - final run March 20 2004, Perth Motorplex.
The run for Cowin was the end of a 3 race match racing dream when he
fronted up against Allan Dobson driving Allan and Cheryl Greene's legendary
"Greene Machine" Nitro Funny Car.
Although the times on the run were a winning 5.25 for Cowin, and a 5.89 for
Dobbo, both cars had their own things going on with both Dobbo and Cowin
pulling massive wheelstands before Dobbo had a pedal and continued on,
while Cowin lifted and aborted the run.
The run also symbolised the end of Cowin Family Racing in Oz when the
Cowin's then headed off to the US to follow their dreams over there on the
NHRA circuit after this event. Ironically, years later, this exact car that
Cowin is driving in this video ended up in Allan and Cheryl Greene's
workshop years later, and Allan Dobson actually raced it and got his
license in it, and is now known as Crank-n-Stein.
So enjoy this ride, I certainly did and still do every time I watch this
footage. On a personal note, the incrementals for Cowin on this run
indicated a 4.5--something pass had it hooked up to the Perth Motorplex
surface all the way, and still to this day is one of the wildest races I
have ever filmed.