The Aeroflow Outlaw Nitro Funny Car Series is ensuring it stays in the hearts and minds of drag racing fans across the country with a strong media presence, as racers wait for the series’ return in October.
The wild antics of the craziest drag racing vehicles in the country including Nitro Express, Red Devil, One Bad Kiwi and LA Hooker will feature on national free-to-air television this Saturday, 4pm on 7mate.
Series manager Morice McMillin said allowing the series to broadcast into the homes of thousands of Australian viewers was a critical part of how they could ensure future growth.
“We know that many people who see the high quality show on TV realise that it must be even better again to see live, and they make the Aeroflow Outlaw Nitro Funny Car Series a ‘must-see’ when it comes to their home track,” he said.
Meanwhile, driver of the ‘Dark Horse’ Paul Messineo features on the cover Drag News Magazine’s current issue. He spoke with Australia’s leading drag racing publication about how the Aeroflow Outlaw Nitro Funny Car Series allowed him to live out his nitro dreams.
McMillin said Aeroflow had been proud to support Drag News Magazine since its inception, backing their mission to give the Australian drag racing industry a high quality publication.
“Paul’s a drag racing veteran and it was great to read about how special the nitro experience had been to him,” he said. “To have him and the stunning Dark Horse Ford Mustang on the cover is an honour!”