Drag News Magazine issue six is now out with its fair share of controversy, debate and amazing stories from Australian drag racing. And in big news it is available in print for the first time!
In this edition, we talk to the Pro Stock heavy hitters and get their views on the shortened season and ask the question: does the Mopar have an unfair advantage? We interview ANDRA CEO Malcolm Bulley and let him get a few things off his chest. Cover car owner Chris Tait tells us all about his world record holding Nissan 200SX while Rick Chilton explains why he chose Pro Stock as his sea change. Plus event coverage from the Adelaide Aeroflow Outlaw Nitro Funny Cars, Willowbank Summit round, Sydney Track Championship Round Two and the Mildura Supercharged Shootout.
For the first time ever we have printed a hard copy issue of Drag News Magazine. If you want to order a print copy or buy a subscription you can click here for a little bit more information. To order an issue right now, fill in your details and click 'Add to Cart' below.
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