Aeroflow Outlaw Nitro Funny Car grows with Moore car

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The Aeroflow Outlaw Nitro Funny Car Series continues to grow and the newest car on the track will be the ‘Bad to the Bone’ Pontiac Trans Am driven and owned by north Queenslander, Glenn Moore.

The car’s mechanical combination is almost complete and the YBI Creative designed livery is being applied to the icon Trans Am body for the car’s debut race meeting at the Sunset Strip, Mildura April 19th.

“The car is coming together really nicely,” smiled Moore.

“Nitro racing is something that I have always wanted to do and I think this is the best way that we can go about it.”


Moore has previously run the car as a Supercharged Outlaws car before taking the car down the nitro path.

“The car is close and the help that Graeme Cowin and his team have provided to help get is up and running is just fantastic, it means that we should be close to the mark as soon as we debut the car.”

The Mildura event is a part of the Easter Powersports weekend for the region.

The vice president of the Sunraysia Drag Racing Association Robert McDonald said the club was putting a huge effort into re-launching after the construction the new concrete drag strip.

“This year we have up to 12 Outlaw Nitro Funny Cars coming-they’re the new stars of Australian drag racing and they just have to be seen to be believed,” Robert said.

“They’re what a lot of people associate with the really spectacular side of the sport,” concluded McDonald.



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