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Radial vs The World - Fastest Drag Radial Cars Video Coverage
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1/8th Mile Drag Racing
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NHRA Pro Stock Run with GoPro at 4 Wide 2012.MP4
This NHRA Pro Stock Driver (Vincent Nobile) agrred to put my GoPro in his
car for me while he ran his 2 qualifing runs at the 2012 4 Wide Nationals
at ZMAX on Fridays qualifing. How cool is that!!!! This is one of the
Drag Racing 2011 - Pro Stock - Qualy #1 - NitrOlympX Hockenheim
Qualifying round #1 for the FIA Pro Stock.
Cars were lined up as follows:
Ulf Wagnhester bye;
Conrad Stanley vs. Micke Callin
Jonas "Lord Dante" Dantanus vs. Tommy Leindahl
Jan Palmqvist vs. Richard "Nixxon" Sundblom
Michael Malmgren vs. Thomas Lindström
Sampsa Palos vs. Jimmy Ålund
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Bill Bagshaw's NHRA Pro Stock "Red Light Bandit" 1970 Hemi Challenger
This 1970 Hemi Challenger was owned and raced by Bill Bagshaw in NHRA Pro
Stock drag racing from 1970 to 1973. The car made its debut in 1970 at the
NHRA U.S. Nationals, and won "Best Engineered" at the event. It was
featured in the November 1970 issue of Hot Rod magazine. John Gastman of
Roanoke Motors Chrysler/Dodge in Roanoke, IL owns the Red Light Bandit. He
purchased it from a private owner as part of a package deal back in 1994.
In January, 2011, Gastman called on Bucky Hess, and his son Travis Hess, at
Bucky's Ltd in Martinsburg, WV to restore this historic race car. Bill
Bagshaw, the original owner and racer, provided an enormous amount of
information to Gastman and Bucky during the restoration of the Challenger.
Bagshaw became part of the restoration team when he agreed to rebuild the
Red Light Bandit's 426 Hemi motor at Ron Shaver's Racing Engines in
Torrance, CA. Using pictures from magazine articles and build pics, Bucky's
fabricator, Cole McAllister, expertly returned the body to 1970 condition.
The talented artist Nelson Grimes re-created the lettering to "as raced"
appearance, using both gold leaf and white gold leaf materials. The final
product is stunning.