Connecticut drag strip information
By the end of the s, a plethora of tracks had been built in numerous Northeastern states, most of which no longer exist. Fortunately, the hallowed grounds of many of these historic racing facilities remain, although dismantled with very few artifacts left behind. The weather, along with the quickly developing eastern seaboard, meant that Northeastern drag strips had a hard time standing the test of time. Growing populations have been a big killer of all sorts of race tracks, so the influx in the late s and early s eventually led to the demise of several well-known drag strips.
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NHRA - National Hot Rod Association
Abandoned Dragstrips: East Coast
Seven Friday night events highlight the schedule that includes more track time than ever before. Racers will have the opportunity to compete in three divisions; Outlaw, Street and Bike for a season long championship battle. In addition to regular divisions, special events will include Double Eliminations, Imports vs. Domestics and Pro Tree Shootouts for even more on track action. The entire schedule and rule book can be found online at www.
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Edwards discovered our amazing sport in at Connecticut Dragway. From the end of the stands to the finish-line area, fans that arrived early enough could park their cars in the front row facing the track. I still remember how much fun it was to be, in effect, at a drive-in-style dragstrip.
January 26, R Fazzalaro, Principal Analyst. RE: Drag Racing in Connecticut. You asked whether Connecticut has any regulatory structure governing drag racing competition; if there are any drag racing facilities in Connecticut; if there are no such facilities here, whether this is more likely due to lack of interest in the sport or prohibitive state regulations; and what other states have for drag racing facilities and regulation.
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