How a Top Fuel Dragster Works
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Top Fuel Motorcycle Dragbike Explodes! Larry Spiderman Mcbride Starting Line Explosion
During Dragbike Live.com live streaming coverage of the AMA Dragbike National finals November 14-15 2009 at Southern Georgia Motor sports park in Valdosta Georgia Top Fuel Drag Bike racer and 10 time World Champion Larry Spiderman Mcbride suffered a huge nitro methane explosion which blew the supercharge off his bike and created a shock wave the spectators will never forget...take a look.
Top Fuel Dragster Helmet Cam - Phil Read
Phil Read Elimination round 1 at Perth Motorplex, January 29th 2011. Helmet cam view of Phil's pass. $800 worth of Nitro Methane gone in 2 minutes. Supercharger blows off and yet another fireball in the second half of the pass. Car still ran 4.90, but had more speed at half track than at the finish. Next pass was more steady and much faster - 311mph (501kph) in a virtual dead heat with Phil Lamattina. 4.806 vs 4.808. TOP FUEL is something you HAVE to experience first-hand at some stage in your life, even if just once. And if you like this clip, you'll love this one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XdtQ1dI-bJk
NHRA "Greatest quarter mile pass of all time"
NHRA Finals Pomona,CA. 11/12/2006 Schumacher right lane