Re: What is your opinion of "Street Outlaws"
I like the No-Prep Track series that Chuck runs. This is the closest thing to "street racing" in a safe and controlled environment you can come to.
Most of the 32 car field has a tough time with the no prep track. If it rains, they just dry it off and you run. You literally have to tune for what's there.
They also use an instant green start. Non of that stupid counting down the tree and going on yellow. Just my opinion, but Imthink that is the way all NHRA heads up classes should be run.
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