DVD Preview of MIRock April 2011called Tuck-n-Roll By SpeedBumpsMedia.com
Complete coverage from MIRock 2011 at Budd Creek. Get you see all your
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Drag Racing On Long Island New York
Seven-minute promo from the full-length video available through Jim Amos'
Bee On Video. Includes drag racing footage from Islip Drag Strip, Suffolk
County/Westhampton Drag Strip and New York National Speedway. Feature
event is the 1968 Super Stock Magazine Nationals at NY National. The full
length video is fully narrated unlike this promo clip which only includes
car sounds. Visit us at: www.beeonvideo.net
First test-fire of the Nitro-burning PACERS "Tasmanian Devil" AA / Fuel Altered
50 years ago, CHARLIE DODGE and GEORGE SNIZEK, Conceived, Constructed, and
Raced, what became known as one of the Fastest and Most Beautiful Fuel
Altereds in drag racing.
Wherever they went, The "TASMANIAN DEVIL" roadster running out of their
"PACERS AUTOMOTIVE" shop on Long Island, set speed records and took home
best appearing awards. It quickly became a crowd favorite as well as a
feared competitor and event winner at drag strips nationwide.
45 years later, a group of former Top Fuel drivers from Long Island got
together and recreated this Icon of Speed.
In just SIX months time, ROY MILLER, BILLY LYNCH, BERNIE SHACKER, DENNIS
QUITONI, Pacers' Original driver, GEORGE SNIZEK, and George's son, SCOTT,
have built a stunning, authentic recreation of The Pacers original altered
which returns us all back to the drag strip in the middle of the 1960's.
The video marks the first test-fire of its Nitro-burning engine outside
Billy Lynch's Atlantic Auto in Huntington Station on Long Island and the
beginning of a whole new chapter in the cars' history.
New York City TIME Square Burnout
.Illegal Activity in Ny City for the first time in the history of New York