Difference between revisions of "Wheelstands (Drag Racing)"

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Wheelstands, as the term is used in [[drag racing]], is when the car lifts the front wheels off the ground at [[launch]]. [[Ronnie Sox]], [[Dick Landy]], and [[Arlen Vanke]] were among the many [[Super Stock]] and [[Pro Stock]] drivers who would excite the crowds with high wheelstands.
 
Wheelstands, as the term is used in [[drag racing]], is when the car lifts the front wheels off the ground at [[launch]]. [[Ronnie Sox]], [[Dick Landy]], and [[Arlen Vanke]] were among the many [[Super Stock]] and [[Pro Stock]] drivers who would excite the crowds with high wheelstands.

Revision as of 03:52, 25 September 2017

Landy's Altered Wheelbase 65 Coronet, precursor to the Funny Car

Wheelstands, as the term is used in drag racing, is when the car lifts the front wheels off the ground at launch. Ronnie Sox, Dick Landy, and Arlen Vanke were among the many Super Stock and Pro Stock drivers who would excite the crowds with high wheelstands.



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