Outlaw Flat Four 2009 season revue DVD trailer
Available from www.quartermilehigh.com and www.outlawflatfour.com Following all the action from this wild wheel-standing drag race class as they race at Santa Pod and Shakespeare County Raceway. Off the track probably the most chilled out set of racers anywhere, but on it, expect the unexpected! Also includes away from the track feature. Full 1 hour 40 mins running time. Thanks to "The Dead Ranch Hands" for the use of their music on the DVD and trailer
VW drag racing: Tar Babe, Underdog, Dyno-Soar, Hater Maker, BUG-IN 35
VW drag racing passes, including Jon Schweers in the former Dan Lawson CE notchback, debut of the VW Paradise Hater Maker VW Pro Mod beetle(?), with Kris Lauffer behind the wheel, making TNT passes, and Mike Cruz in the insane Nitrous-powered VW single cab bus. Is this the fastest Volkswagen bus on the planet? He's running deep into the 11's, with lots left. Trick or Cheat takes the wheelstand title of the event, with Larry Hanson getting air coming out of the waterbox. R.I.P. Les Navales, from the Trick or Cheat team. Jesse Hardin also makes a pass, in the blue VW Der Renn Kafer Cup bug, with Shawn Geers crewing. This VW drag racing video wraps up with the Fleming and Aronson Tar Babe, Underdog, and Dean Lowry D.D.S. Dyno-Soar cars all squaring off against each other. These VW bugs have been meticulously restored, but mechanical problems made it rather anti-climatic. Ultimately, it was Lee Leighton, at 80 years old, who really put the hammer down in this VW nostalgia drag racing segment. http://www.DragRacingTV.com
Super Street VW Drag Racing: PRA '95, Ocean Street Video
Gary Berg came out of retirement to make an appearance at the Sacramento Bugorama, in the famous Berg Super Street VW Beetle. He ran head on into the ascending star, Andy Costello, and a serious duel ensued. Both drivers pushed each other into new E.T. records, and a final confrontation. Other Sacramento Super Street action included Candy Larsen of JCL Race Cars, nearly beating the odds with a two-day-old engine in the right-hand drive Ghia, that Shin Watanabe used to race. These days you can find Candy running in the Powder Puff series, where the competition can be plenty tough. If you ask her how difficult it was to learn how to shift a right-hand drive race car, against the likes of Rafael Vasquez, Andy Costello, Gary Berg, Chris Tool, etc., she'll probably tell you that it was no big deal. 1995 marked the emergence of Shawn Geers as a serious player in the PRA Pro ranks, and it could have also been the first time that Super Street Dave Perkins ran the class.