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From the Archives: Drag racing

Drag racing originated in California in the 1930s as a pastime for individuals passionate about driving at high speeds. The races began as an underground pastime until the first official race was organized in 1949 at the Goleta Air Base in California. In 1951, drag racing was organized on the larger-scale by Wally Parks who founded the National Hot Rod Association. By the 1960s, cars and race design changed to become more technical. Cars for instance transitioned shapes from wide and short to long and thin—races were kicked off by electronic lights rather than a flagman. Other organizations also emerged like the World Series of Drag Racing and big businesses like Ford and Chrysler got involved and competed to make race cars with the best designs. In the 1970s, vehicles took on a more modern (car-like) shape and many drivers received sponsorships from big companies. Here’s a look back at drag races in Richmond from our archives.

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04-03-1967 (cutline): Jet engine dragsters roar down strip at Richmond Dragway. Fred Sibley (left) grabs early lead from Ted Austin.

07-14-1965 (cutline): World record holder Jimmy Nix. Oklahoma native awaits certification on AA/Fuel dragster.

06-01-1969 (cutline): Dragster hurls up cloud of smoke in opening seconds of trial run.

06-01-1969 (cutline): Volkswagen with 427 Chevrolet engine zips down track in trials.

04-08-1968 (cutline): Start, finish--This was how it was at both ends of the strip yesterday at Richmond Dragway. Bobby Tatroe is driving the Mustang-bodied jet-powered car in the far lane. In the near lane, Ted Austin is behind the wheel of a jet-powered Mercury Cyclone.

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Tony Schumacher: Indy Top Fuel dominator

Aug. 21: Tony Schumacher has won Top Fuel at the Denso Spark Plugs NHRA U.S. Nationals a class-record 10 times and has his sights set on tying the event's all-time record at this year's event. Here's a look back at his "Big Go" history, with insight from the man himself.

Remembering Fuel Altered pioneer Leon Fitzgerald, Pro Stock's Sonny Bryant

Aug. 14: Drag racing lost two more of its early pioneers this week with the passing of Fuel Altered racer Leon Fitzgerald and Pro Stock racer and crankshaft manufacturer Sonny Bryant.

Remembering Zim

July 31: Legendary NHRA Division 5 Director Darrell Zimmerman plied his trade in the Rocky Mountain region for more than 30 years. A successful racer, 'Zim' joined the NHRA team in the late 1950s and carved a legendary career and made legions of friends throughout the sport.

The history of the Summernationals

July 24: When NHRA staged the Lucas Oil NHRA Summernationals last weekend in Indy, it resurrected one of the most storied event names in NHRA history. Here's a look back at the 50-year history of the NHRA Summernationals name.

The Kuhl one

July 3: Drag racing lost another of its great figures last week with the passing of former Top Fuel owner, crew chief, and engine builder Mike Kuhl

Fan Fotos: A Texas-sized collection from three decades of photo greatness

June 19: David Graves has been shooting photos in Texas and the surrounding states for decades and shared with us a collection of some of his great Top Fuel, Funny Car, Pro Stock, and Sportsman-racing images.

Down the video rabbit hole: Watching 1970s match racing on the small screen

June 12: It all started innocently enough, with one YouTube video showing roller starters in action, and the next thing you know, it was hours and hours of 1970s match racing. Well, there goes your day.

Roll players: A look back at the era when cars were fired up with roller starters

May 30: In the period between the advent of the push start and remote engine starters, some tracks used car-engine-powered or electric-powered roller starters that helped racer start their cars in a safer manner.

The day that Mario Andretti went drag racing in a Tasca Ford-prepped Mustang

May 22: Auto-racing superstar Mario Andretti only dabbled once in drag racing, in a Ford vs. Chevy exhibition in Connecticut where Andretti's Tasca Ford-prepped machine won four straight races against a more experienced opponent.

Farewell to a fearsome fuel foursome

May 16: Remembering a quartet of diehard NHRA nitro racers you may or may not know or remember: driver/owners Johnny White and Bobby Tapia and car owners Bill Blomgren and Glenn Solano.

Farewell to a brother editor, Jim Edmunds

May 1: Jim Edmunds, who served as the editor of NHRA National Dragster for nearly seven years, passed away April 25 and is remembered by the guy who holds his job now, current ND editor Phil Burgess, and some of his other fellow colleagues.

Remembering Barbara Hamilton

April 24: NHRA Drag Racing is known for many things, but the success of female race drivers and barrier-breakers in our sport is second to none in motorsports. On April 23, we lost one of the keystones of that legacy, Barbara Hamilton.

Remembering Jack Ditmars

April 10: Jack Ditmars, best remembered by fans as the skilled pilot of two wild, short-wheelbased machines, the Lil’ Screamer ’34 Ford and the Mini Brute ’68 Opel Kadett, passed away March 31 and is remembered here by friends.

Fan Fotos: Top Fuelers, Funny Cars, and Pro Stockers of the early 1980s, Part 2

April 3: Continue your trip down memory lane with these fan-submitted photos from NHRA national events of the early 1980s, including photos of Don Garlits, Tom McEwen, and many more,

Fan Fotos: Top Fuelers, Funny Cars, and Pro Stockers of the early 1980s

March 27: Take a trip down memory lane with these fan-submitted photos from NHRA national events of the early 1980s. John Force, Shirley Muldowney, Don Prudhomme, the Chi-Town Hustler, and many more!

Remembering '70s stars Don "the Beachcomber" Johnson and Henry Harrison

March 20: Last week was a double whammy, especially for West Coast fans with the passing of Top Fuel/Funny Car owner/driver Don “the Beachcomber” Johnson and Top Fuel/Funny Car/Fuel Altered pilot and owner Henry Harrison.

SoCal doorslammer legend Bob Lambeck remembers first years of Pro Stock

March. 13:  Bob Lambeck, whose son Doug has been in a three-race tear in Comp, was in on the ground floor of Pro Stock in 1970 and remembers those early first days of the class.

Fan Fotos: Early 1970s Gainesville Raceway

March 6: Gainesville Raceway, site of the Amallie Motor Oil NHRA Gatornationals, opened in late 1969 and hosted the first Gatornationals in 1970. Here's a quick look back at the track in its earliest days, through the lens of a longtime NHRA fan.

SoCal Nitro Scrapbook: 1976-78

Feb. 28: Southern California was a hotbed of Funny Car racing in the mid-1970s, with guys like Don "the Snake" Prudhomme, "Big Jim" Dunn, and good ol' John Force patrolling the dragstrips. Here are some photos from my personal scrapbook,

Memorable Winternationals Moments, Part 3: the 2000s and 2010s

Feb. 7: We wrap up our three-part look at memorable moments with the two most recent decades, the 2000s and the recently completed 2010s. Great legends of the past give way to new legends in the making as the Winternationals history roared on.

60 Memorable Winternationals Moments, Part 2: the 1980s and '90s

Jan. 31: As we close in on the launch of the 2020 season and the 60th annual Lucas Oil Winternationals, we continue our look back at the rich history of the event. In Part 2, we're focusing on the 1980s and '90s.

60 Memorable Winternationals Moments, Part 1: the 1960s and '70s

Jan. 24: In this first of three parts, here’s a look at memorable moments from the 1960s and '70s from the deep history of the event.

Remembering John Kimble

Jan. 10: John Kimble, one of the first successful black Top Fuel racers, passed away Jan. 6 and is remembered by friends and family as a quiet giant who loved family and racing. He was 81.

In the Christmas spirit

Dec. 27: A look back at some Christmas-inspired Dragster Insider columns from years past.

The Clapshaw Effect: How Don Garlits finally made his first 300-mph pass

Dec. 20: Thanks to a huge assist from fellow racer Gary Clapshaw, "Big Daddy" Don Garlits was able to race to his first 300-mph performance at the 2001 U.S. Nationals. In the wake of Clapshaw's passing Dec. 15, it's a story worth retelling.

Rodney Flournoy: Still nitro after all these years

Dec. 13: Rodney Flournoy was a Southern California fan favorite in the 1980s with his family-run Funny Car. Nearly 40 years later, he's still burning nitro in the NHRA Hot Rod Heritage Series, now with his daughter at his side.

A final farewell to 'the Dones'

Nov. 21: An all-star cast of racers and longtime acquaintances of “the Dones” gathered at the Wally Parks NHRA Museum to remember legendary promoter Bill Doner and tell old stories and celebrate one of the most unique members of the drag racing family.

A brief history of the NHRA Finals

Nov. 15: The NHRA season closer hasn’t always been held at Auto Club Raceway at Pomona. In fact, since the inaugural event in 1965, the race has been run at six locations, more places than any other NHRA race. Here is a look at the history of the event and the drama it always produces.

Novembers to remember

Nov. 8: Twelve-plus years and still going strong, the Dragster Insider column tells "the stories behind the stories" in the history of our sport. Here's a look back at some November stories from its archives.

Top Fuel turns 900

Oct. 31: The 2019 Dodge NHRA Nationals was the 900th NHRA national event to include the Top Fuel class, dating back to the 1963 Winternationals. Here's a look back at the heroes and stats of the class.

Remembering '70s Funny Car hitter Bill Leavitt

Oct. 17: Drag racing lost another of its nitro-racing veterans Sept. 25 with the passing of 1970s Funny Car star Bill Leavitt just about a week shy of his 81st birthday. 

Cory Mac: He always played to win, and he did a lot of that

Oct. 4: Earlier this week, veteran Top Fuel racer Cory McClenathan announced his pending retirement from competition. Here's a look back at his 30-year career behind the butterfly.

Surfing Safari, Part 2: The Surfers, the Hawaiian, Hondas, and Jim Morrison (!)

Sept. 20: Words of admiration and old stories keep rolling in after the passing of Tom Jobe, resulting in some more touching tributes and interesting stories about the fabled Surfers Top Fuel team of the 1960s.

The last of the Surfers

Sept. 13: Bob Skinner, Mike Sorokin, and Tom Jobe, known collectively to Top Fuel fans of the mid-1960s as The Surfers, rode a wave of success and popularity for three years. With the Sept. 7 passing of Jobe, the last surviving Surfer, we look back at their magical time.

Farewell to 'the Dones'

Aug. 23: Legendary 1970s racetrack operator and promoter Bill Doner, who died last week, was a lot of things to a lot of people -- benefactor, starmaker, friend, adversary, storyteller -- but above all he was loved, revered, and respected by those in his universe.

64 Years of Indy Trivia

Aug. 20: The Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals will celebrate its 65th running this year. Here's a look at some of the interesting trivia from the event's history.

For two fans, when it comes to the U.S. Nationals, it's a lifelong love affair

Aug. 9: At this year's Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals, as they have been for the last 60 years, when the event was held in Detroit, two longtime fans of the sport will be settled into their seats watching all of the action at the 65th edition of the "Big Go."

Saluting U.S. Nationals history: "Ohio George" Montgomery dominates early Nationals

July 26: Between 1955 and 1963, only one driver, George Montgomery, had won NHRA's Nationals more than once, and, incredibly, he had won it three times before anyone had even won it twice.

Saluting U.S. Nationals history: Prudhomme, Leong, and the spirit of '65

July 12: In 1965, Winternationals winners Don Prudhomme and car owner Roland Leong became the first to win two NHRA national events in a season when they won at Indy after a long road trip. Relive that wild voyage in unprecedented detail.

Saluting U.S. Nationals history: The story of Marvin "Who?" Graham

June 28: In the months leading up to the 65th annual U.S. Nationals, I'm chroniclinh some of the great stories that made Indy the world’s biggest and most important drag race. This week: Indy's "unknown" Top Fuel winner.

A little catchup time

June 14: Remembering Funny Car owner Jim Green, photo researching with Don Prudhomme, and catching up with Marvin "Who?" Graham.

Color our world: Remembering master racecar painter Bill Carter

June 7: Legendary race car painter “Wild Bill” Carter created some of the most memorable paint jobs for some of the sport’s most famous racers.

The Sands of (Elapsed) Time

May 24: The early 1980s was an interesting time in drag racing when sand racers defected in huge numbers to the asphalt and introduced us to future world champions like Alan Johnson and Gary Scelzi and a slew of other talented racers.

Gone but not forgotten

May 10: Southern California racer Jim DePasse made a name for himself drag racing on both sand and asphalt. He wasn't the best-known racer among NHRA fans,

Modeling mementos

April 19: Harold Satterlee is honoring his uncle, "Famous Amos" Satterlee, by creating models of his uncle's famous cars, often melding together multiple kits to get the parts right and to to preserve his uncle's legacy. Also, some loving memories from one of Amos' grandchilden.

Not just a nickname: 'Famous Amos' Satterlee was that and much more

April 12: Legendary nitro tuner "Famous Amos" Satterlee passed away April 4 at age 88. He left behind a legacy of broken records, race wins, and drag racing championships on asphalt, water, and sand.

Remembering Bobby Vodnik and Frank Oglesby

March 28: One came to fame as a teenager ahead of his prime and the other with a sponsor that was ahead of its time, but this week we mourn them together with the passings last weekend of NHRA pioneers Bobby Vodnik and Frank Oglesby.

The story of the first Gatornationals Top Fuel win, from the inside

March 22: Dave Chenevert was the first Gatornationals Top Fuel winner way back in 1970 and the first of 30 different drivers to win Top Fuel at Gainesville Raceway. Relive that wild weekend from the memory of one of his teenage crewmembers, Fred Mooneyham, himself a future Top Fuel driver.

50 Memorable Moments in Gatornationals history

March 15: The Gatornationals, the third oldest event on the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series schedule, has a deep and rich heritage that ensures its place in the history books and in the hearts and minds of racers and fans alike. Here's a look back at 50 Memorable Moments from the event’s colorful history.

Remembering Ezra Boggs

March 8: Ezra Boggs and the Moby Dick Funny Car were match-race mainstays in the late 1970s and early 1980s, and occasional national event competitors. Boggs passed away Feb. 20 and was remembered by friends.

Gary Densham: 49 seasons and counting

Feb. 15: No one has driven a nitro Funny Car longer than Gary Densham, who kicked off his 49th season in Pomona. The lifelong Southern Californian is a regional treasure to those who grew up watching him race his line of Teacher’s Pet floppers at tracks up and down the West Coast.

Remembering Ray Alley

Feb. 7: The sport lost another friend yesterday with the passing of former Funny Car owner/driver Ray Alley, at age 86 after a lengthy illness. In this special column, drag racing hall of famer Kenny Bernstein remembers Alley, who gave him his first Funny Car ride.

The road to Pomona

Feb. 1: The 2019 season kicks off next Friday in Pomona, launching the NHRA season as it has every year since 1961. But how did NHRA end up planting its flag in this suburban wonderland? 

Remembering Frank Rupert

Jan. 18: Former Top Fuel and Funny Car racer Frank Rupert passed away Friday, Jan. 4, due to complications after going into cardiac arrest. In this special Insider column, Brad Littlefield shares the history of the respected nitro veteran.

50 years ago: The 1969 Winternationals

Jan. 11: The 50th annual NHRA Gatornationals is fast approaching, but before we head back east, let's take a trip back in time 50 years to Pomona and the 1969 Winternationals, which was memorable for so many reasons.

Top Fuelers of the 1980s

Dec. 14: Let’s continue our journey through the decades with another batch of images from the Ron Lewis collection. Over the past month or so, I’ve shared photos from his five-decade collection covering the 1960s and ‘70s (Top Fuel and Funny Car) and now we’re on to 1980s Top Fuelers.

Remembering Dick LaHaie

Dec. 7: Many Top Fuel and Funny Car drivers have gone on to become crew chiefs, but there aren’t a lot of guys who not only won a championship as a driver and crew chief. Dick LaHaie, whom we lost Dec. 5, won the crown as a driver then tuned not just one but two drivers to a combined four Top Fuel championships.

Color him gone: Remembering Roger Lindamood

Nov. 23: If you were a drag racing fan in the 1960s and 1970s, you knew the Color Me Gone name even if you couldn’t recall the name of its driver, Roger Lindamood, who tore up dragstrips around the country for more than a decade.

1970s Funny Cars!

Nov. 16: From 1966, the first year of the class, through 1979, there were more than 500 licensed Funny Car drivers competing at NHRA events. Here's a look back at some memorable Funny Car images from the 1970s, as seen through the lens of longtime lensman Ron Lewis.

So Long, Teresa

Nov. 9: NHRA National Dragster's long-running Photo Editor Teresa Long retired last week after more than 30 years shooting photos for the NHRA and its award-winning publication. Here's a fond look back at the career of one of the sport's beloved and appreciated friends.

Top Fuelers of the '70s: The evolution

Oct. 25: The Top Fuel class underwent a massive transition in the 1970s, from front-engined cars to rear-engine cars with all manner of aerodynamic additions. Photographer Ron Lewis shared his collection of photos that beautifully illustrate the evolution.

Top Fuelers and Funny Cars of the 1960s

Oct. 19: Drag racing photographer Ron Lewis, who’s been shooting at the drags since he was a teenager in the mid-1960s, is sharing with us some of the thousands of his vintage drag racing pics. This week: the 1960s.

Another farewell to heroes

Oct. 5: Drag racing lost a pair of its early heroes over the last two weeks with the passings of legendary East Coast Top Fuel and Funny Car racer Jimmy King and versatile driver “Jet Car Bob” Smith. 

Vintage jet cars

Sept. 28: Jet cars have been part of the drag racing landscape since the early 1960s, and are still featured at NHRA national events. Here's a look back at some of the earliest and wildest of the breed.

Doug vs. Doug: A jet-powered friendship

Sept. 14: The late great jet-dragster racer Doug Rose was not just another driver lined up next to West Coast jet jockey Doug Brown, he was a friend and mentor, as Brown explains in this illuminating and entertaining tribute.

Remembering Doug Rose

Sept. 7: The drag racing world lost a master entertainer and jet-car legend a few weeks ago when Doug Rose, whose Green Mamba jet had entertained fans for more than 50 years, passed away. We salute him this week in words and photos.

50 Years of Wally trophies

Aug. 31: The 2018 Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals marked the 50th anniversary of the first presentation of the now-iconic Wally winner’s trophy.

Brainerd: Celebrating 50 years of racing

Aug, 24: Brainerd Int’l Raceway, built in 1968 and host last weekend to the Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals, is celebrating its 50th season this year. Here's a look back at the track and the racing action over the years.

The Time Machine: 1973

Aug. 17: Step into the Wayback Machine and set the dials to 1973, when nine of the 16 nitro winners were first-time winners, three new world champs were crowned, and policies and procedures from records to safety were overhauled.

The Time Machine: 1982

Aug. 10: Shirley Muldowney, Frank Hawley, and Lee Shepherd won world championships in a year packed with new rules, first-time winner, and outrageous performances. Just into our Wayback Machine for a trip back to 1982.

Fans remember 'the Mongoose'

July 27: Over the past month, you’ve heard from Tom McEwen’s closest friends about what the fabled “Mongoose” meant to them. This week, we share some thoughts and memories from his fans, who were touched by him in myriad ways.

A fond farewell to 'the Mongoose'

July 20: The celebration of life for Tom “the Mongoose” McEwen in Pomona last weekend featured a Who's Who of drag racing as the community came together to remember one of the great icons of the sport.

The Time Machine: 1988

July 6: Thirty years ago this season, direct-drive came back to the nitro classes, supercharger burst panels were mandated, the speed trap was cut in half, Sonoma and Houston entered the schedule, Bruce Larson finally won, and much more.

Tom McEwen, in his own words

June 29: One final nod to the great "Mongoose," from a National Dragster interview a few years ago where he opines on everything from his "legend" status to his rivalry with Don Prudhomme, his favorite cars, and his legacy in the sport.

More 'Mongoose' memories

June 22: Week two of “the Mongoose” watch goes on as fans and friends continue to try to reconcile that he’s really gone. This week: No race cars, just photos of “the Mongoose” smiling and doing his thing.

Remembering "the Mongoose"

June 15: Some of his best racing friends remember Tom "the Mongoose" McEwen in a touching and funny retrospect to one of the most popular drivers in the sport's history.

Chicago's Hometown Fuelers

June 1: With a nod to this weekend’s JEGS Route 66 NHRA Nationals, let’s take a look at drivers from drag racing’s past who called Chicago home.

Late-night finishes

May 25: The most famous  late-night finish came in a post-1 a.m. Tuesday morning finish in Englishtown in 1975, where "Jungle Jim" Liberman won his first Funny Car crown.

Remembering "The Tentmaker"

May 11: Reflecting on the career of 1970s Funny Car racer Omer "the Tentmaker" Carrothers.

Carol Cox: NHRA's first class winner

May 4: At the 1962 Winternationals, Southern California homemaker Carol Cox made history when she became NHRA's first female class winner at the Winternationals. Also, Roberta Leighton's similar achievements.

The Super Mustang

April 27: Not really a dragster and certainly not a Funny Car, the Tom McEwen-driven Super Mustang was a super oddity that certainly was not one of Ford's "better ideas," but remains a car well remembered by many drag racing fans.

Mustang Funny Cars through the years

April 20: The Ford Mustang may be Funny Car's hardest-working model, and certainly it’s longest running. Here's a look back at the fabled pony car through the years.

Long-standing 'Dragster' video game Guinness world record invalidated

April 13: Some light reading for a non-racing weekend about how modern technology led the Guinness Book of World Records to remove a legendary, 35-year-old record for performance in a 1980s drag racing video game. 

Remembering Steve Plueger

April 6: Any way you slice it, Steve Plueger was a walking history book for the Funny Car class, past and present, before we lost him suddenly on March 22

April Fools 1998: Nitro trucks, twin-engine Top Fuelers, and rear-engined Pro Stockers

March 30: From the late 1990s through the mid-2000s, NHRA.com annually presented a special April Fools section, the first of which was published 20 years ago this week and featured some radical (but not-so-real) rides.

Remembering Dale Emery

March 23:  Friends and fellow racers shares their stories and friendships with former Fuel Altered and Funny Car driver and tuner Dale Emery

Memorable Gatornationals final rounds

March 16: From the inaugural event in 1970, which featured the first all-team Funny Car final, up until modern times, final rounds at the Amalie Motor Oil NHRA Gatornationals have had a knack for being memorable, historic, or both.

Unwinding the sidewinder story

March 9: A behind-the-scenes look at the circumstances leading to the creation of Don Garlits' sidewinder Top Fueler, and other wild machines created by the brothers Sage, as well as a farewell to influential chassis builder Roy Fjastad, and Don Long's Eight Phases of a Sidewinder and/or Streamliner Dragster project.

Don Garlits' sidewinder Top Fueler

March 2: In 1982, "Big Daddy" Don Garlits, always the innovator, experimented with a sideways-mounted nitro engine in his Swamp Rat 27. Although the engineering marvel didn't pan out, it was still vintage Garlits to even try it.

Phoenix: A Top Fuel wonderland

Feb. 23: In its more than 30 years of existence, Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park (née Firebird Int'l Raceway) has been the site of some amazing Top Fuel moments that spotlight some of the classes biggest names, including Don Garlits and Shirley Muldowney.

Find the heroes

Feb. 16: In 1975, iconic drag racing artist Pete Millar drew a rogue’s gallery of NHRA heroes positioned on the starting line of the Winternationals that ran on the cover of the “new” CARtoons magazine. How many legends can you identify?

Remembering dragster pioneer Dode Martin

Feb. 9: The drag racing world lost another legend with the passing last week of Dode Martin, who ran one of the sport's first dragsters. We also mourn the passing of Gary "Mr. C" Cochran and Steve Hodkinson.

Virginia is for winners

Feb. 2: NHRA’s exciting national event return to Virginia this June got us thinking about the region and all of the great racers that have come from “the Old Dominion” over the years.

A history of our sport, one story at a time

Jan. 26: The completion of the Insider archive; remembering D. Gantt and Tim Marshall

Another farewell to friends

Jan. 19: Longtime NHRA fans lost two more greats from the past, with the passings of 1970s Top Fuel racer Paul Longenecker and 1960s gasser great Jack Merkel

Remembering Raymond Godman

Jan. 5: The legendary owner of the Tennessee Bo-Weevil didn't let being paralyzed by sniper's bullet in service of his country get in the way of an amazing career in drag racing. 

Remembering Bob Glidden

Dec. 22: A tribute to the Pro Stock great who passed away Dec. 17

A bayou bash at Southland Dragway reunion

Dec. 15: An all-star cast that included Antron Brown, Angelle Sampey, Mark Oswald, Leonard Hughes, and more turned out to remember one of Louisiana's great dragstrips of the 1970s.

Rethinking the Top 50 Racers List

Dec. 8: In 2000, a panel of experts picked the Top 50 racers of NHRA's first 50 years. What would a Top 50 list look like today?

Drag racing history at your fingertips

Dec. 1: DragList.com has an encyclopedic and searchable index of 100,000-plus drag racing cars from the sport's history

Eddie Hill's last ride

Nov. 17: The Texan walked away from a wild engine explosion, then walked away from the sport

Dramatic 2007 Auto Club NHRA Finals set the bar for tight points finishes

Nov. 11: Four championships decided by less than a round

It's a Gas, Gas, Gas ... more memories of Gas Ronda

Nov. 4: Like the headlines says, more memories of Gas Ronda

Remembering Gas Ronda

Oct. 26: A fond farewell to the Ford racing legend

Force vs. Pedregon 1992, Part 2

Oct. 20: From forgotten interviews and smashed Happy Meal toys, more notes from one of the most intriguing points battles in NHRA history.

Force vs. Pedregon, Dallas '92: 25 years later

Oct. 13: Twenty-five years ago this week, John Force and Cruz Pedregon engaged in one of the weirdest and wildest Funny Car final rounds in the annals of the sport and certainly the craziest of all of their meetings.

Like a Rollin' Stoned

Oct. 6: Remembering East Coast Funny Car racer Joe Jacono; also, found: the Durachrome Bug!

Wally Parks, an appreciation

Sept. 28: Thoughts about Wally, on the 10-year anniversary of his passing

Found: NHRA Member No. 1

Sept. 21: Meet Ken Howell, who was NHRA's first member, way back in 1951

‘The Snake’s’ Take

Sept. 15: Don Prudhomme looks back on his career and shares his thoughts on topics ranging from his best cars, best seasons, and best pals like Tom McEwen and Roland Leong.

Ed McCulloch: Roaring down Memory Lane

Sept. 8: Notes, quotes, and reminiscing with "The Ace"

'Ace' still the king of Indy Funny Cars

Aug. 29: Ed McCulloch's five victories still have him atop the pack; "the Ace" relives those great wins with us

Racer's Scrapbook: Jim Dunn

Aug, 25: "Big Jim" sat down with me in Brainerd to talk about some of the cars that have made up his 50-plus-year Funny Car career

A deep dive into the archive

Aug. 18: Update on the Dragster Insider archive

Racer's Scrapbook: Jerry Ruth

Aug 11: "The King of the Northwest" shares memories from his great career

On The Road Again, 1970s-style

Aug. 4: A look back at riding down the match-race trail, with memories from Don Prudhomme, Tom McEwen, Ed McCulloch, and Roland Leong

A farewell to friends

July 28: Remembering Chuck Beal, John Collins, Frank Hall, and Doug Kruse

Salisbury’s Stake in Top Fuel history

July 21: The life and times of Southern California Top Fuel driver Dwight Salisbury; more Beach Boys feedback

The Beach Boys Top Fueler

July 14: Jim Busby's Beach Boys Top Fueler; Busby's twin-engine Top Fueler

Hot rodding with the Beach Boys

July 7: A look at classic Beach Boys hot rod tunes 409, Shut Down, and Little Deuce Coupe

Seattle in the '70s, Part 2

June 30: Northwest photographer Herman Marchetti shares more of his Seattle photos from the '70s

It's Clay's day ... finally

June 23: After years of frustration, fan favorite Top Fuel racer Clay Millican finally has his day; an appreciation of the man

Summernationals Time Machine, Part 2

June 9: More fan photos from East Coast reader John Guzevich

Summernationals Time Machine

June 2: Memories of the 1977 Summernationals, shared by reader John Guzevich

Remembering Johnny Abbott

May 26: Remembrances of former U,S, Nationals Top Fuel winner following his passing

That was then, this is now: 1991

May 19: It was a wild and wacky year, but how well do you remember it? Take the quiz!

Pat Austin and "The Double"

May 12: Pat Austin made drag racing history by winning two classes at the same event in 1991; here's the story of how it all happened

Readers Choice, my favorite time of year

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Kyle Ohnsorg wrapped up the 2016 Central Roadracing Association (CRA) championship in style by taking the win in the final sprint race of the year on his Mike Husman tuned BMW S1000RR. Returning to Brainerd International Raceway’s 3.1-mile Donnybrooke Road Course, the scene of his amazing 197 mph run on the way to a new lap record, Ohnsorg took it easy for most of the day’s races as he was still nursing a few injuries – a broken right hand and still-healing left wrist, which made his win on the Husman BMW (rumored to be putting out more than 240 hp) even more impressive. He didn’t have it all his own way in the Unlimited GP race as Scott Stall put forth a valiant effort to make a break at the front during his debut weekend on his 2016 Kawasaki ZX-10R, but the reigning champion had no answer to Ohnsorg and settled for second place in front of a very impressive Kaleb DeKeyrel on the Anderson Racing Yamaha R6.

On the topic of DeKeyrel, the 2013 CRA champion made his return to the club in fine form, showing that he still has the speed that carried him to the championship and the AMA podium. DeKeyrel simply dominated Middleweight and Heavyweight proceedings on the Worldwide Machining & Welding Yamaha R6 taking victory in every race and challenging for the win against the 1000cc machinery in the Unlimited class. Without a doubt, DeKeyrel’s performance was one of the many highlights of the weekend. A special mention goes to Willy “The Boss” Vossberg on his Shakeweight Kawasaki ZX-6R. Vossberg suffered a vicious near high-side out of the lead of the Middleweight Supersport race. While he somehow managed to save the bike from crashing, his chain came off and he had the presence of mind to stop on the side of the track (not in an impact zone), put the chain back on and charge back through the field, laying down the best lap of the race on his way to sixth place, .026 seconds behind the fifth place rider, Fisk Bros. Racing/Dryject.’s Brian Hebeisen. Much like DeKeyrel in the Expert division, Joe Mastain cleaned house in the Novice Middleweight & Heavyweight with Patrick Wagaman following him across the line in multiple races.

The Lightweight classes were the scene of the biggest upset of the weekend with Matt Cina putting the moves on perennial frontrunner Jon Champ and handing him his first defeat of the season, followed closely by first-year racer Chris Mattson who put in a remarkable ride to keep up with the top experts on his aging first-generation SV650.

The combined Featherweight/Ninja 250 race on Saturday afternoon was the most entertaining of the weekend with more than a handful of riders donning costumes for their final race of the season. With rarities like a panda bear, a mermaid, a minion and a unicorn lining up for the grid the race became an instant CRA classic and was a perfect example of the fine line between serious racing and fun that the CRA has become known for.

Sunday was completely dedicated to the annual 5-hour endurance race. In what has become the normal pecking order in regional endurance races, Team Worldwide entered the race as the team to beat but this time they were fielding a completely new rider roster with Kaleb DeKeyrel, Aaron Anderson and Bell Helmets rider Shane Keaveny looking to bring Team Worldwide back into victory lane as the overall winners after getting beat to the finish line in 2015 by Drew See’s team. See put together an all star cast for the 2016 running of the race with Jake Schmotter, Chase Sellers and Erik Devaan joining him to form Drew’s Cheap Goats (a mediocre attempt at combining their three existing team names – this writer would have suggested “Drew Thrills Goats”). Another team in the big bike (GP3/GP4) classes looking for the overall win was MAKE CRA GREAT AGAIN, featuring Brandon Punt, Todd Larson and Willy Vossberg.

The GP2 class win was anything but certain with multiple teams putting together very potent lineups. The pre-race talk centered around Milton’s GP2 Ions with Christian Schmidt, Harry Jensen, Adam Harrison and Matt Cina and Collar Poppin’ (named in honor of team stalwart Steve Johnson’s recently broken collarbone) with riders Jon Champ, Chris Mattson and Kris Skellenger. Midway through the race, the Pub Scouts showed that they meant business. The GP1 race was a race to stay out of trouble (which was much more difficult than usual in this race) as the Kramer Motorcycle USA team of Joe Karvonen, Mark Praska, Jack Barton and Dan Mataczynski made up the only GP1 team in the race.

With the riders taking the green flag under cloudy skies, the wet weather came after an hour and a half, causing havoc on the track with multiple riders going down while they tried to get back to pit lane on their slick tires. This resulted in a red flag and during the short delay the rain stopped and the 30+mph winds started to dry the track. This saw a wide variety of tire strategies take shape for the restart of the race with some teams starting on rain tires, some on DOT’s and some on slicks. Each rider and team were gambling on what they thought the weather would do, which is notoriously difficult in the Brainerd Lakes region. The restart initially favored the riders on rain tires but as the stint wore on the riders on slicks were able to begin to reel in the riders on rains. After a short period of this, Mother Nature was irritated with the consistency and decided some sprinkles would be the perfect solution. When the light rain came again the riders on rain tires began to pull away, only for it to immediately start drying again.

This pattern would repeat itself many times throughout the five hours and the only time consistent weather arrived was roughly 30 minutes from the end when there was a steady rain that under normal circumstances would have necessitated rain tires. Due to the fact that there was less than 30 minutes left in the five hour race and many teams weren’t using quick-change pit equipment, a change to rain tires could cost them more time to their competition than running around a soaked track, dodging puddles while on slicks. Most teams stayed out to finish the race in the worst conditions in recent memory and everyone who finished the race most definitely earned their finishing position after that race.

Congratulations go out to Team Worldwide, John Anderson, Kaleb DeKeyrel, Aaron Anderson and Shane Keaveny as they brought the win back to Superior, Wis., and to all of the other class winners and podium finishers.

CRA Photo by Jessica Johnk


Unlimited SS Expert
1 Shane Keaveny (Kaw ZX-10R)
2 Zach Hughes (Yam YZF-R1)
3 Ryan Fors (Kaw ZX-6R)
4 Christian Schmidt (Kaw ZX-10R)

Unlimited SB Expert
1 Scott Stall (Kaw ZX-10R)
2 Kyle Ohnsorg (BMW S1000RR)
3 Kaleb De Keyrel (Yam YZF-R6)
4 Lucas Wygant (Yam YZF-R1)
5 Shane Keaveny (Kaw ZX-10R)
6 Tony Mahto (Yam YZF-R1)

Unlimited SB Novice
1 Josh Harein (Hon CBR1000RR)
2 Patrick O’Daniel (Yam YZF-R1)
3 David Stone (Hon CBR1000RR)

Unlimited GP Expert
1 Kyle Ohnsorg (BMW S1000RR)
2 Scott Stall (Kaw ZX-10R)
3 Kaleb De Keyrel (Yam YZF-R6)
4 Lucas Wygant (Yam YZF-R1)
5 Brandon Punt (BMW S1000RR)
6 Zach Hughes (Yam YZF-R1)

Unlimited GP Novice
1 Patrick O’Daniel (Yam YZF-R1)
2 Josh Harein (Hon CBR1000RR)
3 David Stone (Hon CBR1000RR)

Heavyweight SS Expert
1 Billy Vossberg (Kaw ZX-6R)
2 Justin  Ebnet (Hon CBR600RR)
3 Brett Donahue (Suz GSX-R750)
4 Kyle Ohnsorg (Yam YZF-R6)
5 Brian Hebeisen (Yam YZF-R6)
6 Ryan Fors (Kaw ZX-6R)

Heavyweight SS Novice
1 Ken Nielsen (Yam YZF-R6)
2 Nathan Dotson (Yam YZF-R6)
3 James Michaelson (Yam YZF-R6)
4 Martin Holte (Hon CBR600RR)
5 Patrick Wagaman (Hon CBR600RR)
6 Daniel O’Day (Kaw ZX-6R)

Heavyweight SB Expert
1 Kaleb De Keyrel (Yam YZF-R6)
2 Aaron Anderson (Suz GSX-R750)
3 Justin Ebnet (Hon CBR600RR)
4 Brian Hebeisen (Yam YZF-R6)
5 Brett Donahue (Suz GSX-R750)
6 Drew See (Yam YZF-R6)

Heavyweight SB Novice
1 Joe Mastain (Yam YZF-R6)
2 Patrick Wagaman (Hon CBR600RR)
3 James Michaelson (Yam YZF-R6)
4 Nathan Dotson (Yam YZF-R6)\
5 Adam Bastien (Yam YZF-R6)
6 Martin Holte (Hon CBR600RR)

Heavyweight GP Expert
1 Kaleb De Keyrel (Yam YZF-R6)
2 Aaron Anderson (Suz GSX-R750)
3 Brian Hebeisen (Yam YZF-R6)
4 Brett Donahue (Suz GSX-R750)
5 Erik DeVaan (Yam YZF-R6)
6 Lucas Wygant (Yam YZF-R6)

Heavyweight GP Novice
1 Joe Mastain (Yam YZF-R6)
2 Patrick Wagaman (Hon CBR600RR)
3 James Michaelson (Yam YZF-R6)
4 Nathan Dotson (Yam YZF-R6)
5 Adam Bastien (Yam YZF-R6)
6 Martin Holte (Hon CBR600RR)

Ultralight  #3 Expert
1 Jack Barton (Kra HKR Evo2)
2 Trevor Treviranus (Yam YZ450F)

Ultralight  #3 Novice
1 Mark Praska (Kra HKR-Evo2)
2 Justin Pittman (Yam YZ450F)

FWGP Expert
1 Brad Zajic  (Yam YZF-R3)
2 Adam Knauer (Kaw EX250R)
3 William Miller (Yam YZF-R3)

FWGP Novice
1 William Nystrom  (Yam YZF-R3)
2 Roy Konicek (Yam YZF-R3)

Ninja 250 Novice
1 Sean Stettnichs (Kaw EX250R)
2 Jayme Schmit (Kaw EX250R)
3 Brian O’Mara (Kaw EX250R)

Ninja 250 Expert
1 Bryan Lachmiller (Kaw EX250R)
2 Sam Miller (Kaw EX250R)
3 Scott Laudon (Kaw EX250R)

New Rider Championship
1 Josh Harein (Hon CBR 1000)
2 Patrick Wagaman (Hon CBR600RR)
3 Dillon Baumeister (Yam YZF-R6)
4 David Stone (Hon CBR1000RR)
5 David Juntunen (Kaw ZX-6R)
6 Sonia Pond (Suz SV650)

Middleweight GP Expert
1 Kaleb De Keyrel (Yam YZF-R6)
2 Justin Ebnet (Hon CBR600RR)
3 Drew See (Yam YZF-R6)
4 Brian Hebeisen (Yam YZF-R6)
5 Lucas Wygant (Yam YZF-R6)
6 Harry Jensen (Duc 848)

Middleweight GP Novice
1 Joe Mastain (Yam YZF-R6)
2 Patrick Wagaman (Hon CBR600RR)
3 Nathan Dotson (Yam YZF-R6)
4 James Michaelson (Yam YZF-R6)
5 Adam Bastien (Yam YZF-R6)
6 Mark Nutter (Suz GSX-R600)

Middleweight SS Novice
1 Ken Nielsen (Yam YZF-R6)
2 Nathan Dotson (Yam YZF-R6)
3 James Michaelson (Yam YZF-R6)
4 Martin Holte (Hon CBR600RR)
5 David Juntunen (Kaw ZX-6R)
6 Brandon Connett (Tri D675)

Middleweight SB Expert
1 Kaleb De Keyrel (Yam YZF-R6)
2 Justin Ebnet (Hon CBR600RR)
3 Brian Hebeisen (Yam YZF-R6)
4 Drew See (Yam YZF-R6)
5 Lucas Wygant (Yam YZF-R6)
6 Kyle Ohnsorg (Yam YZF-R6)

Middleweight SB Novice
1 Nathan Dotson (Yam YZF-R6)
2 James Michaelson (Yam YZF-R6)
3 Dillon Baumeister (Yam YZF-R6)
4 Mark Nutter (Suz GSX-R600)
5 Martin Holte (Hon CBR600RR)
6 Adam Bastien (Yam YZF-R6)

Supertwins Expert
1 Matt Cina (Yam FZ-07)
2 Jeff Touhey (Suz SV650)
3 David Hanson (Yam FZ-07)
4 Pierre Champon (Suz SV650)

Supertwins Novice
1 Bill Plucky (Suz SV650)
2 Chris Mattson (Suz SV650)
3 Jesse Vanderweide (Suz SV650)
4 Anthony Marcinek (Suz SV650)
5 Sonia Pond (Suz SV650)
6 Nathan Jessup (Suz SV650)

Sportsman Lightweight  Expert
1 Jack Barton (Kra HKR Evo2)
2 Adam Harrison (Hon CBR600F2)

Sportsman Lightweight  Novice
1 Mark Praska (Kra HKR-Evo2)

Ultralight  #2 Expert
1 Jack Barton (Kra HKR Evo2)
2 Barry  Schmidt (KTM 450)
3 Trevor Treviranus (Yam YZ450F)

Ultralight  #2 Novice
1 Mark Praska (Kra HKR-Evo2)
2 Justin Pittman (Yam YZ450F)

FWSB Expert
1 Brad Zajic (Yam YZF-R3)
2 Adam Knauer (Kaw EX250R)
3 William Miller (Yam YZF-R3)

FWSB Novice
1 William Nystrom (Yam YZF-R3)
2 Roy Konicek (Yam YZF-R3)

Ninja 250 Novice
1 Sean Stettnichs (Kaw EX250R)
2 Jayme Schmit (Kaw EX250R)
3 Brian O’Mara (Kaw EX250R)

Ninja 250 Expert
1 Bryan Lachmiller (Kaw EX250R)
2 Scott Laudon (Kaw Ex250R)

Lightweight GP Expert
1 Jon Champ (Suz SV650)
2 Jack Barton (Kra HKR Evo2
3 Matt Cina (Yam FZ-07)
4 Adam Harrison (Suz SV650)
5 pierre Champon (Suz SV650
6 Katie Champ (Suz SV650)

Lightweight GP Novice
1 Chris Mattson (Suz SV650)
2 Bill Plucky (Suz SV650)
3 Mark Praska (Kra HKR-Evo2)
4 Jesse Vanderweide (Suz SV650)
5 Anthony Marcinek (Suz SV650)
6 David Burke (Suz SV650)

Formula 40 – F2
1 Shane Keaveny (Kaw ZX-10R)
2 Tony Mahto (Yam YZF-R1)
3 Brett Donahue (Suz GSX-R750)
4 Harry Jensen (Duc 848)
5 Mark Dargis (Kaw ZX-10R)
6 John Anderson (Yam YZF-R6)

Formula 40 – F1
1 Matt Cina (Yam FZ-07
2 Barry Schmidt (KTM 450)

Lightweight SS Novice
1 Jesse Vanderweide (Suz SV650)
2 David Burke (Suz SV650)
3 Chris Mattson (Suz SV650)
4 Anthony Marcinek (Suz SV650)
5 Nathan Jessup (Suz SV650)
6 Sonia Pond (Suz SV650)

Lightweight SS Expert
1 Jon Champ (Suz SV650)
2 David Hanson (Yam FZ-07)
3 Katie Champ (Suz SV650)

Middleweight SS Expert
1 Justin  Ebnet (Hon CBR600RR)
2 Ryan Fors (Kaw ZX-6R)
3 Karl Rehpohl (Kaw ZX-6R)
4 Kyle Ohnsorg (Yam YZF-R6)
5 Brian Hebeisen (Yam YZF-R6)
6 Billy Vossberg (Kaw ZX-6R)

Lightweight SB Expert
1 Matt Cina (Yam FZ-07)
2 Jon Champ (Suz SV650)
3 Pierre Champon (Suz SV650)
4 Katie Champ (Suz SV650)
5 David Hanson (Yam FZ-07)

Lightweight SB Novice
1 Chris Mattson (Suz SV650)
2 Bill Plucky (Suz SV650)
3 Jesse Vanderweide (Suz SV650)
4 Anthony Marcinek (Suz SV650)
5 David Burke (Suz SV650)
6 Nathan Jessup (Suz SV650)

250GP Expert
1 Jack Barton

Ultralight  #1 Expert
1 Jack Barton (Kra HKR Evo2)
2 Trevor Treviranus (Yam YZ450F)
3 Barry Schmidt (KTM 450)

Ninja 250 Novice
1 Sean Stettnichs (Kaw EX250R)
2 Jayme Schmit (Kaw EX250R)
3 Brian O’Mara (Kaw EX250R)

FWSS Expert
1 William Miller  (Yam YZF-R3)
2 Adam Knauer (Kaw EX250R)

Ninja 250 Expert
1 Bryan Lachmiller (Kaw EX250R)

Ultralight  #1 Novice
1 Justin Pittman (Yam YZ450F)

Endurance GP3
1 Team Worldwide (Yam YZF-R6)
2 Drew’s Cheap Goats (Yam YZF-R6)
3 DCTC Racers (Hon CBR600RR)
4 The Gorilla’s (Hon CBR600RR)
5 Nutter’s Nuts (Suz GSX-R600)
6 JP Racing (Yam YZF-R6)

Endurance GP4
2 Team Hoff (Yam YZF-R6)
3 The Kid, Gramps and THE Ginger (Suz GSX-R750)

Endurance GP2
1 Collar Poppin’ (Suz SV650)
2 Pub Scouts (Suz SV650)
3 Milton’s GP2 Ions (Hon CBR600F2)
4 Wild Bill & The Young Guns (Suz SV650)
5 Chump Racing (Yam FZ-07)
6 44 and Young (Suz SV650)

Endurance GP1
1 Kramer Motorcycle USA (Kra HKR-Evo2)



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