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Ricky's Dragster Garage 38

More of the Ketchup Series of Ricky's Dragster Garages. So much video...so little time. Now that the cackle events are done for the year, I can ATTEMPT bring you up to speed on Ricky's work. Enjoy...


 


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Ricky's Dragster Garage 48
Back to the Cave, then on to Pomona!!





Ricky's Dragster Garage 39
Now it's the Magicar's turn to come to life. Complete with beautiful white zoomie headers. Enjoy...





Mystery Digger
Help us I.D. a car from the past.





Big Gene 6
More great stories, as only Big Gene tells them. Looking for who took the photos originally. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks. Enjoy... P.S.: We were able to attribute the Kentucky Moonshiner photo to Steve Scott.





Ricky's Dragster Garage 72
Some of the Friday morning activities at the 2013 CHRR. Enjoy...





Big Gene 4
More great stories, as only Big Gene tells them. Looking for who took the photos originally. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks. Enjoy...





Race Against Time 6
The Cacklefest continues.... This time from another angle and when it's over, the celebration begins. What day....Saturday at the CHRR. Now go to Ricky's Dragster Garage 25 for the wrap up with Ricky. Later... Bill Pitts





Jeff Brock's "Bombshell Betty" Buick - Bonneville Speedweek 2012
Jeff Brock's "Bombshell Betty" XO/GCC Buick - Bonneville Speedweek 2012





X-47 First Catapult Launch At Pax River
Credit: U.S. Navy/Naval Air Systems Command/NAVAIR NAVAL AIR SYSTEMS COMMAND, PATUXENT RIVER, Md. -- The X-47B Unmanned Combat Air System (UCAS) demonstrator successfully completed its inaugural land-based catapult launch here Nov. 29, marking the start of a new era for naval aviation. "Carrier-based unmanned aircraft will change the concept of operations for the carrier-controlled airspace," said Rear Adm. Mat Winter, the program executive officer for Unmanned Aviation and Strike Weapons. "The N-UCAS program's goal is to demonstrate integration of an unmanned aircraft into a carrier environment and reduce technical risk associated with developing potential future unmanned, carrier-compatible systems." The Navy's first-ever steam catapult launch of the pilotless X-47B ensures the vehicle can structurally handle the rigors of the unique and stringent aircraft-carrier environment. "The X-47B shore-based catapult launch we witnessed here today will leave a mark in history," said Vice Adm. David Dunaway, NAVAIR commander. "We are working toward the future integration of unmanned aircraft on the carrier deck, something we didn't envision 60 years ago when the steam catapult was first built here." Since the birth of naval aviation, engineers have relied on experienced test pilots to help evaluate aircraft flying qualities and structural suitability. Today, the Navy UCAS integrated test team relied solely on data from a pre-programmed automated X-47B aircraft to achieve these data points. "This test, in addition to the extensive modeling and simulation done prior to today, gives us great confidence in the X-47B's ability to operate on the flight deck," said Capt. Jaime Engdahl, the Navy UCAS program manager. The combined Navy and Northrop Grumman team will continue ground-based catapult verification and final flight software validation at Pax River before embarking on USS Harry S. Truman (CVN 75) later this month for its initial sea trials. The Navy will use the X-47B to demonstrate the first carrier-based launches and recoveries by an autonomous, unmanned aircraft in 2013. "We are breaking new ground with the development of a carrier-based system that enables launch and recovery support of an unmanned platform off a carrier flight deck," Engdahl said. "Every test we are conducting at Pax River and at sea is a historic milestone for naval aviation." Click to subscribe! http://bit.ly/subAIRBOYD





1964 - The Show Boat - A 4 Engine Powered, 4 wheel drive dragster
The Pomona International Raceway





Eily Stafford in Stange Brew
Eilly Staffor in Strange Brew racing with the Gruzen racing team at Famoso raceway in Bakersfield, CA





The Pacers AA / Fuel Altered Cackling at Atlantic Auto
Billy Lynch gathered a group of friends for an impromptu nitro-alky cackle of his Top Fuel dragster and The Pacers AA / Fuel Altered at Atlantic Auto in Huntington Long Island.





In celebration of Life!!!
A video tribute to the Drivers of the NHRA who have lost their lives on the drag strip.





Plymouth Cuda after crash
After crash St Thomas dragway. Test and Tune May 5 2012 Also watch the crash on my channel





RAT ROD HOT ROD FORD 1932 HOW TO BUILD AND CAR SHOW HANGAR ROCKIN
how to build a hot rod ford 32 roadster in FRANCE with french and american parts Construction d'un hot rod ford 32 roadster ├ętape par ├ętape.




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