Input Wanted

Discussion in 'NHRA' started by none, Nov 30, 2017.

  1. KINGOFTHINGS

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    Think of waaaaaaaay back when at the time the late :( Lee Shepherd ran his Maverick which read; 'The REAL Boss 302' on the fenders. ;)
     
  2. Nick Name

    Nitro Member

    Drag Racing is entertainment. They have to be Entertained. It is really counterproductive to charge them big money to get in, then run .90s cars and bracket stuff down the track. The real solution is to run that stuff only at divisional events ( do they still have those?) and replace them with stuff people want to see.
     
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  3. Sean D, shondoo

    Nitro Member

    The NHRA isn't going to take all that revenue off the table.

    Sean D
     
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  4. Luke Nieuwhof

    Nitro Member

    The .90 cars and sportsman classes are a big part of making the event viable. A big sportsman entry list, as well as providing the entry fee cash, can also bring people to the races, family and friends and supporters of those teams that may contribute another thousand or so people to the spectator bottom line. I think the amount of nitro racing in one day at any given NHRA event is generally enough to keep a punter happy, especially by the time they have been through the pits as well.
     
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