A dragstrip is a facility for conducting automobile and motorcycle acceleration
events such as drag racing. Although a quarter mile (1320 feet, 402 m) is the best
known measure for a drag track, ......
Jul 3, 2008 ... NHRA Shortens Track After Fatal Crash, No Longer 1/4-Mile ... Scott Kalitta's fatal
crash, the NHRA has decided to shorten the length of the race in the Funny Car
and Top Fuel classes from 1320 feet down to 1000 feet. ... Certainly there's
inherent danger that comes with drag racing such beastly machines, .....
www.ask.com/youtube?q=How Long in Feet Is a Quarter Mile Drag Strip&v=0lnEjOuQGBc
Oct 4, 2011 ... Worlds Fastest 1/4 mile ever on dragstrip 3.58 secs @ 386 mph ... by Ky
Michaelson to the quickest quarter mile elapsed time in auto history, ...
Jul 3, 2008 ... ... will race to 1000 feet, rather than the traditional 1320 feet (one-quarter ... drag
racing real interesting by making the race 1 mile long, and you ...
Jul 24, 2011 ... ... Cars race to 1000-feet, instead of the traditional quarter-mile (1320 feet). ... for
the Lucas Oil SuperNationals Old Bridge Township Raceway Park. ... 1000-foot
racing for the nitro cars appears to be in place for the long haul.
Dec 24, 2015 ... Tony Schumacher, Drag Racing, NHRA ... racing than whether Top Fuel and
Funny Car should go back to true quarter-mile racing. ... reducing the length of a
drag strip by 320 feet would enhance the safety of the sport and ...
US 131 Motorsports Park is a ¼ mile drag racing facility. ... The 660 foot mark is
the halfway point of a quarter-mile track. ... Beyond the finish line is the shutdown
area, usually a quarter mile or more in length, where you can safely slow the car
Jul 8, 2008 ... Then my favorite complaint of all: “If it isn't quarter-mile racing the ... all NHRA
quarter-mile tracks to change to a maximum of 1000 feet for 2009 ... “By using the
data from Bret Kepner's article on the length of NHRA drag strips I ...
The length of the actual racing surface at an NHRA Drag Racing Series event is
one-quarter mile, or 1,320 feet. The average width of each lane is 30 feet.
In basic terms, a drag race is an acceleration contest from a standing start
between two vehicles over ... The accepted standard for that distance is a quarter