This high-performance cast-iron cylinder head has been continuously improved since its introduction over 20 years ago.
The World Drag Racing Alliance (WDRA) announced the creation of the Sportsman Drag Racing Series for bracket racers competing at WDRA member tracks in 2023. WDRA member tracks will contest the Sportsman Drag Racing Series during local points races in 2023, and each member track will crown champions in eligible classes. Qualified winners will then advance to
Custom GM Sportsman Tool Steel Camshafts from COMP Cams feature core technology widely used in NASCAR, NHRA and other professional race engines for its high strength and profile flexibility. Special ST4 grade tool steel is available only from COMP Cams and 30 percent stronger than SAE 5150 or SAE 8620 options.
Bracket racing is the most popular form of drag racing. Participants in various bracket racing classes make up the majority of NHRA & IHRA land racers in the U.S. Drag races usually cover 1/8 or 1/4 mile tracks on land, a couple hundred feet for mud and usually 1/4 mile for water. Some high-powered land