New Structure For The British Drag Racing Hall of Fame

Posted on 27,Feb 2014 in Modern Nostalgia, The British Drag Racing Hall Of Fame, Uncategorized

The British Drag Racing Hall of Fame (BDRHoF) has announced a new operating structure to enhance its professionalism and organisational capabilities. It is in line with increased sponsorship and the need to become more involved in events and promotional activity.

Since its launch in 2006, the BDRHoF has evolved around a panel of selectors and this was suffice when its role was limited and its activities few. But it has become clear that more time, effort and expertise is now required in the area of general management, so a BDRHoF Management Group has been created to handle these functions. This group consists of;

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The UKs First Annual Willys Wars

JG300A part of this years Dragstalgia event at Santa Pod Raceway will be The First Annual Willys Wars
It will be heads up, no brackets, no dial ins and no eliminations because prizes will be bragging rights only! The entry list is already huge and growing all the time.

For the current list of entries and more details follow the Dragstalgia event news page on the UKDRN forum by clicking on the image above.

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Speed Demon Time Travels

Bob Hawkins is now the new owner of Vic Hammonds tasty Speed Demon dragster.
David Williams of Wild Bunch fame has made up some nice new tin work for the car which will be the same as the Time Traveller car.
Bob plans to run some Wild Bunch and Super Pro next year starting at Easter as the car is now MSA eligible. They are also hoping to do some match racing and flame burns at Hockenheim.
I’m happy that Bob has got the car as it’s one of the niecest FED this side of the pond and I can’t wait to see it out next season.

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Pic of the Day – Ginner


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Glacier Grenade to return to the strip

The fantastic news is out that Russ and Andrew Carpenter are to return to the strip with the Glacier Grenade dragster with Andrew driving.
Russ is one of the true UK drag racing engineering giants and the performances he got from this car were then and still are incredible today.
Of course Andrew “slim” Carpenter has a huge amount to learn but it will be a real honour and pleasure watching this team out again.
Obliviously  a return to racing isn’t cheap so if anyone wishes to support (Nitro etc) one of the greatest pieces of UK drag racing machinery ever built then you can contact Andrew through this website.
Andrew has also kindly promised to keep ukdrn updated of news on the return

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Pic of the Day – Doc Stinger

Today’s shot of the day is of Doc Stingers stunning nostalgia funny car.

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