I'm an old time asphalt 1/4 miler for 30 years. In 2005 we built a quad for the 1/4 mile. Then in 2009 we finally put our quad on the hill. That was short lived with me trying to dune a drag quad,
! After a year & half recovery we went back to asphalt. Late 2011 we decided to give 300' drags a try.
Long story short. We have ran NHRA, IHRA, Hill, PSDA & spent countless hours trying to convince SCTA to allow us to run for a land speed record.
Along the way we were the 1st to win a Wally with a quad. Convinced Division 7 NHRA to allow us to race Divisional races. We managed to get our quad, plus about 8-10 other quads National exposure.
Fall of 2008, 2 of us ran exhibition passes at the IHRA Fall Nationals. We were put in between the Pro Classes for maximum exposure.
Now for the Hill, PSDA & SCTA. Not going to get long winded here.
The way I look at it, there's alot more that people can be doing to make this sport grow. I will continue to do my part to help. I have plans mapped out for the years to come, both asphalt & sand.
There's plenty of racing in the West example. To anyone that cares. I'm busting my butt to race a NHRA National Open Oct 11-14. Trying to decide on racing a Division 7 race or the inaugural Lake Havasu Street Drags Nov. 1-4. The street drags were held in Kingman, AZ. where we dominated 3 or 4 years with #1 qualifier/wins of heads-up racing. Along with that, I'm willing to run the Kingman, AZ. sand drags. Even if N2otoofast4u doesn't show up.
That's too much typing!