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In a strong return to form, Phil Lamattina piloted the FUCHS Lubricants Top Fuel Dragster to a B-Final win at the Saltwood @ Rosedale Australia Day Nationals at Sydney Dragway and recorded the quickest elapsed time of the event with a 3.818.
The Saltwood @ Rosedale Australia Day Nationals was set to host two rounds of championship racing for Top Fuel at Sydney Dragway this weekend (January 26/27), however only one has been completed with no racing held on day two due to wet weather.
There was no better place to celebrate Australia Day today than at Sydney Dragway for day one of the Saltwood @ Rosedale Australia Day Nationals.
The action-packed show was headlined by no end of spectacular drag racing performances from the 11,000hp/500kph Top Fuel racers who across their field delivered 12 three-second passes with four of those at 500kph+, and two side-by-side three performances.
This Friday and Saturday (January 26 and 27), PremiAir Racing will do all it can to open its 2024 in the best way possible – by taking home event-winning NDRC Christmas Tree trophies –at Sydney Dragway’s Australia Day Nationals.
Hydraulink Jim Read Racing is gearing up for an action-packed five months of Top Fuel drag racing all around the country, starting with this weekend’s double-header Australia Day Nationals at Sydney Dragway.
Sydney Dragway is the place to be to celebrate Australia Day this weekend, headlined by a huge field of eight 11,000hp/500kph Top Fuel Dragsters.
Two championship rounds for eight Top Fuelers; Top Doorslammer, Pro Stock, Pro Stock Motorcycle, Pro Alcohol and FuelTech Pro Mod title fights; plus Aeroflow National Sportsman Championship racing, fireworks and more – this Friday and Saturday’s Saltwood @ Rosedale Australia Day Nationals is set to be unmissable.
Hydraulink Jim Read Racing is hoping that this Saturday’s Top Fuel Xmas Showdown at Sydney Dragway will ring in not only the Christmas season, but also redemption for the team following a challenging season opener.
After opening his 2023/2024 NDRC Top Fuel Championship with a runner-up result and a ground-breaking 3.7 second pass – just 0.02 seconds shy of a new national record at the brand-new Dragway at the Bend, Wayne Newby is predicting plenty more record-breaking performances from the six 11,000hp/500kmh Top Fuelers at Sydney Dragway this Saturday for the one-day Top Fuel Xmas Showdown event (December 2).