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No New Rules for National Guard ADRL

O’FALLON, MO (September 23, 2009) — After careful consideration, the National Guard American Drag Racing League (ADRL) will not be imposing any new minimum weight rules in the foreseeable future. Additionally, traction control will remain an option for those teams that wish to use it in every professional category with the exception of Extreme Pro Stock, which retains the rules that mandate a minimum weight (2,425 lbs w/driver) and specify the use of traction control is not allowed.   Continue reading

CASTELLANA SCORES THIRD WIN IN ALL AL-ANABI FINAL; AUXIER POSTS CAREER BEST, MAKES THE BATTLE FOR THE BELTS

ROCKINGHAM, NC – Mike Castellana scored his third Pro Nitrous win in three finals rounds on the 2009 National Guard ADRL Tour at the Flowmaster Dragstock VI at Rockingham Dragway. This victory tied him for No. 3 on the ADRL Pro Nitrous all-time winningest driver’s list and marked the second time in his ADRL career that he has won from the No. 1 qualifying spot. Continue reading

AL-ANABI RACING READY TO ROCK IN ROCKINGHAM

(9-11-2009) ROCKINGHAM, North Carolina – Considered the most prestigious stop on the National Guard ADRL tour, this weekend’s Flowmaster Dragstock VI at Rockingham Dragway promises to be the biggest, quickest and fastest event in the storied history of the ADRL’s five-year history. Throughout the 2009 season, there have been a number of performance marks set in the organization’s five professional categories, and at the forefront of those record setting efforts have been the Pro Nitrous superpower of Al-Anabi Racing. Yet there is no facility that lends itself to record-breaking runs more so than Steve Earwood’s legendary Rockingham Dragway; so when the two combine, Al-Anabi Racing and “The Rock”, it’s bound to be a historic occasion. Continue reading

The National Guard is ready to “Rock” at Rockingham!

The US National Guard Red Team led by Driver Josh Hernandez and Crew Chief Jim Oddy pulls into ADRL’s Dragstock at Rockingham.  Coming on the heels of a runner up finish at Hebron a few weeks ago with stellar times through out the eliminations, the Team feels like it has finally found the combination it has been searching for ever since the McAmis built ’57 chevy rolled into the shop in May. As Jim Oddy remarked, ” the combo looks good and it couldn’t come at a better time or place than here at Rockingham”. Jim goes on to talk about the history of Rockingham, ” I have been racing here for decades, Rockingham almost feels like my home boy. The track surface is always perfectly prepared and I love the atmosphere and the people. Continue reading

17 Year-Old Meaghan Henderson Becomes PSCA’s Youngest Event Winner

For the past several years when Don & Bunny Henderson rolled into Las Vegas Motor Speedway for the Annual Labor Day race that ran PSCA cars at night and Jr’s during the day. Winning the Jr Dragster class that daughter Meaghan competed in was always one of their dreams…. But this time was a little different, yes the she still ran the Jr. during the day, but at night she rolled out the Vogue Marine Center Boat & RV Storage 7-sec Dragster powered by a Fauset Racing Engine to compete in the Calvert Racing Bracket-1 class!!! Continue reading

Doing Some Good in the Neighborhood

(September 9, 2009) It seems as though Glenn and Christy and their dragster never rest.  The division 7 racers are on a quest to bring smiles and help to some local non-profit organizations.  The first event was the “Surfest ’09” for the American Legion Post #291 on Balboa Island, California.  It was a car show/chili cook-off that benefited the post.  “The response was overwhelming” Christy said.  “Especially, when we fired it up for everyone” Glenn added.  (76)

The 2nd event they attended was the “Waves 4 Wheels” Chili cook-off and Car show for the Elks Club in Huntington Beach.  There were lots of beautiful cars and great chili too!  “Thank goodness I brought my Rolaids” Christy said.  “There were approximately 15 chili competitors and she tried about 5 different kinds.” Glenn stated (55)

The 3rd show was back at the American Legion Post #291.  It was called “Provide a Ride”.  This show was unique in that it brought the visually impaired together with bikers and allowed them to go on a short ride on Harley’s, and Honda’s, or whatever bike was available. “It was an awesome experience” said one of the riders to Christy.  Approximately 120 bikers showed up and 25 visually impaired riders, not bad for the 1st annual event at the Post. (81)

*If you’d like to follow their showings, check out the blog:  http;//drgracegrl.blogspot.com*

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