As one who occasionally races on a less-than-perfectly-level drag strip I do
have a thought.
It's called a parking brake, and it works wonders for holding a car in place
on unlevel pavement. One needs only to engage it enough to prevent
rollback. After the launch it can be released that last little bit. Ta-da,
instant portable wheel chock and you can't forget it at home either.
I guarantee that it won't slow your car down one little bit if done properly
unless you drive a 600cc Trabi.
Eric Linnhoff in KC
1998 Dodge Neon R/T
#69 STS #13 TLS
Howard did a test session using
the tree just like they do in the NHRA and also stated he wanted to do away
with tire chalking.
So after our discussion this is what we came up with: all those changes are
fine as long as you let us all install line locks for the start since every
event site is not dead level like a drag strip is designed to be.
Just thinking out loud - any more thoughts?
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