Motes & Williams Twin Engine Dragster at SRCA Dragstrip 9
I tried something different this time, took the camera with me when I
backed up Greg from the burnout. Car launches and blows off the tires about
the 330 foot mark. Hope you enjoy, I think this is my best video clip.
Front Engine Dragster - Trailer
Home built Digger needs a homebuilt trailer - here's my answer to both.
Trailer uses on board air to tilt the deck as well as support the car
chassis during transport. My buddies make fun of it being overbuilt - but
that was all done with a purpose - I am very happy with the way it pulls!!!
FRONT ENGINE DRAGSTERS - www.MainEventTVshows.com
NITRO WARRIORS TV Series episode intro:
Front-engine Top Fuel Dragsters and Fuel Altereds race at Fallon, NV. Drag
Racing's past comes to life as diggers from the run-what-ya-brung era
compete at the ADRA Nitro Nationals. Live trackside announcing by "Big
Daddy" Don Garlits and Thunderlungs Lundberg. Guest star: Shirley Muldowney
Produced and Directed by Dean Papadeas, www.MainEventTVShows.com
DRAG RACING: 7 SECOND LOVE AFFAIR
What Drag Racing was all about in 1965.
Lions Drag Strip at the peak of drag racing's golden age is the backdrop
for this award winning documentary about the Adams,Wayre & Stewart Top Fuel
Team's trials and tribulations in 1965 and focuses on the life of Rick "the
Iceman" Stewart (the current NHRA chief starter) as he attempts to grab the
second half of the two part world's speed record. This is the one DVD that
every drag racing fan MUST HAVE! GET IT TODAY at: www.ClassicFUEL.com
Motes & Williams Twin Engine Dragster 3
The Motes and Williams car was `70 & `71 NHRA World Champion in Top Gas. In
1970 it won the Springnationals and World Finals. In 1971 it won the
Springnationals and U.S. Nationals.I hope you enjoy my current Motes &
Williams footage. This was taken Oct 2001, Mike Newkirk at the wheel. RC
Williams and Greg Cook starting the car and me, I'm behind the camera. I
don't remember, but this was one of the first times the car ran since we
restored it. Wish I had my camera with me at John Laubhan's shop during the