Team Angora Drag Racing
My first drag event in my split, after complete new build Crom moly role
cage, 2332ccm engine, new beam,
Ricky's Dragster Garage 22
A virgin 392 Chrysler hemi shows up at Ricky's Dragster Garage! Things are
moving now for "Nanook", a "AA/FA" from drag racing's past. Its owner is
anxious to get the car on the cackle circuit and Ricky is charged with
making it right. The old hemi in the car tells a powerful tale of the
rigors of hard alcohol racing. So there's no choice but to build another
If you're looking for help with an old racing vehicle, maybe Rick can help.
His phone number is (760) 747-5399. He's out of Escondido, California.
That's all for now. Stay tuned.
WPVW supercharged drag bug @ 2011 Jamboree
Ben Ford takes the WPVW supercharged drag bug down the strip in 11.9secs .
His bug is running only 5psi Boost
whilst in the set-up stage and the Boost will be lifted shortly ........see build
details at www.wpvw.com.au
JT Smith's alcohol/turbo bug!
Here's JT's brand new turbo, alcohol
injected drag bug, put together by the boys here at Wolfgang!
Some features include: flanged 86mm Crank, 94mm pistons and Pauter
cylinders, Pauter rods and rockers. This engine is capable of making 600HP!
CV Performance Trent's VW drag car.
This is Trent's Weapon of a VW. The build is still ongoing but its now time
to start building tunes for it. Please note this is not a power run, just
some testing, the potential of this vehicle is yet to be seen.
turbo rotary bug startup
just a quick vid on my buddy jesse's rotary bug build....we were testing a
few things like how much noise the neighbors can stand at midnight...oh and
Starting The Phantom Ghia prostock VW
First fire up after engine assembly. The Phantom Ghia is a 9 second 1/4
mile, 1958 VW Karmann Ghia door slammer. Built by Robert Cook or Cooker's
V-Dubs in Clear Spring, Maryland and owned and driven by Rob Schultz.
****UPDATE**** this car now resides in France under new ownership.
Bug Jam 24 - July 2010, Santa Pod Raceway - Unofficial Official Video Report!
Bug Jam is over for another year and the 24th event proved to be an
absolute stormer, but for the first time in years we had great weather
across all 3 days with no rain at all! As usual, come 9 o clock on Friday
morning an eager queue of VW's had formed outside the gate and there was a
constant flow of traffic coming onto site for the duration of the weekend.
Read the full report at http://www.bugjam.co.uk/index.php