The purpose of the burnout is to heat the tires up. Drag slicks really didn't hit the scene until the 60's. So, I would say somewhere around then. They used to, in the 70's, put bleech down, back the rear tires into it, then light it on fire, and do the burn out in it. That was before line locs. Anyway, those fire burn outs were awesome to watch.
Drag racing illegaly.
no, street racing is just that - street racing, it is done on public roads etc etc. drag racing is an official sport where u race at organised event at official drag strips.
Wally Parks invented the Drag racing car
Hoonong is slang for drag racing. To stop doing it, just follow the normal rules of driving.
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Drag racing can be a fun and dangerous sport. A drag racer works by driving the drag racing vehicle, this means they hit the clutch and gas at the right time and stop at the right time.
I cannot say for sure, however, I remember a car magazine, maybe Carcraft, doing an article on the Australian cars, and their owners, back in the late 70's, or early 80's. As I recall, there were a handful of guys that were trying to open a track. The Australian National Drag Racing Association, or ANDRA for short, is the primary drag racing sanctioning body in Australia. The organisation was created in 1973 for the more drag oriented members of the Australian Hot Rod Federation. Australian Drag racing speed records are listed from 1966 on.
One can watch drag racing videos online on several websites. Drag racing videos are available on the websites youtube dot com and logotv dot com, for example.
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2 ways, 1-make friends with someone with a drag racing team. 2-get a car, go to the track, and get some sponsers, congrats you now have a drag team