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South Australia’s drag racing scene is back up and running thanks to the efforts of Whyalla’s Steel City Drag Club, who ran the first round of their Club Championship on Saturday.
If there was a glass half-full perspective of the current COVID-19 pandemic, it is that Sydney Dragway has been able to complete their major government-funded renovations with a lot less interruption, and the venue is almost ready to open once again.
IHRA Australia today announced a new bracket called Real Street, which is set to overhaul the entry level of championship drag racing.
It’s a surprisingly busy drag racing weekend coming up, with tracks around the country putting on events – why not get out there and support them?
At the Tamworth Drag Racing Association’s Gunnedah Airport event this weekend (October 31/November 1), 28-year-old Ash Phillips will be steering her father Mark Phillips’ beloved four-door LH Torana.
Born and bred in Tamworth, second-generation hot rodder Alissa Munn switched her 1928 Model A Ford Tudor hot rod for a SSV VE Commodore drag racing machine two years ago and has never looked back.
This weekend’s opening round of the Whyalla Steel City Drag Racing Club Championship will host not only the first competitive passes of the season for the club, but also the debut of Peter O’Connell’s new drag racing machine.