FIA Championship and Nostalgia events with two new cars for Stig Neergaard

Never a dull moment when Stig Neergaard and his team are around. And that will be the same for 2018. Stig Neergaard Racing will debut a newly build Nostalgia Slingshot Top Fuel dragster at shows and events and will do the FIA European Top Fuel Championship as well. Neergaard will start the FIA season with the ‘Eye of the Storm’, but this well-known car will be replace by an ex Brittany Force Monster Energy car bought from the States.    Continue reading

Timo and Dennis Habermann to contest full 2018 FIA European Championship tour

From the Habermann brothers and eurodragster.com comes the news that German two-car Top Methanol Dragster team Werner Habermann Racing will contest all six rounds of the 2018 FIA European Top Methanol Championship. Timo Habermann will defend his 2017 FIA European Championship title, while last year’s runner-up Dennis Habermann will do his very best to beat his brother and get the number one back on his car. Continue reading

Dave Alexander, 30 years in Top Alcohol/Methanol, a good number to retire

Most visitors of Santa Pod Raceway will know Dave Alexander as the co-commentator of the Top Methanol class. But almost 40 years after watching his first drag race and 30 years involvement in Top Alcohol/Methanol, the 2017 European Finals was his last official appearance. Time for an interview with this man who was so deeply involved in the sport in so many different ways. Continue reading

Showtime for Nitro Vikings

Now that the racing season is over, it’s time to meet and thank the fans and partners, and meet new ones at shows and exhibitions. Maja Udtian and her Nitro Vikings Top Fuel Drag Racing Team had a busy but also very successful and enjoyable two weeks with the Offshore Technology Days and the Oslo Motor Show. Many new fans and potential partners got all the information about running a Top Fuel operation and drag racing in general. Continue reading

Successful Oslo Motor Show for Speedgroup and NDRG

Every autumn Norway has the biggest display and showcase of cars, bikes, trucks and almost anything you can think of with two or more wheels and an engine. This year’s Oslo Motor Show was bigger than ever. Over 45,000 spectators over three days! No display in Norway gets more attention. And of course Speedgroup were there together with Norwegian Dragracing Gardermoen (NDRG) and Gardermoen Raceway. Continue reading