Top Methanol Dragster

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

From the Habermann brothers and 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

17-year-old Petteri ‘Boy Racer Finland’ Liimatainen steps up to TMD

Dream big, that’s what Petteri Liimatainen and his family run team do for sure. After a career in Junior Dragster, two trips to the States to obtain his licence, and a rain interrupted very short season in Super Comp/Super Pro ET,  17-year-old ‘Boy Racer Finland’ will step up to FIA European Top Methanol Dragster! “It’s my goal to eventually be able to challenge my childhood hero Timo Habermann, a good friend and mentor,” the young Finnish talent said.   Continue reading

Dennis Habermann wins, but hands title to Jonny Lagg


Dennis and Timo Habermann

An all Habermann final is always close and the European Finals Top Methanol Dragster final was no exception as Dennis defeated his brother Timo on a hole shot to take the win. Because the Habermann brothers ran a part time programme this season, last year’s numbers one and two in the championship were no threat for championship leader Jonny Lagg. The Swede secured his first FIA European TMD title even before qualifying as his nearest rival, Chris Polidano, had to withdraw his entry. With the Maltese driver missing, Timo and Dennis Habermann ended the 2016 championship in second and third position. Continue reading

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