SFI Foundation re-certification tour in The Netherlands

After kicking off the 2024 European SFI re-certification tour at Santa Pod Raceway on the Tuesday, it was time for the Dutch stop on the Thursday morning, March 13. Racers and team members from Germany, The Netherlands and even Italy, travelled to Hotel Ibis, located almost at Schiphol Airport, to re-certify parts to be race ready when the new season kicks off in a few weeks.

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Red Line Synthetic Oil partner of Vegter Pro Mod Racing

Vegter Pro Mod Racing is proud to announce a partnership with Red Line Synthetic Oil for the 2024 FIA European Pro Modified Championship. The Dutch Pro Modified team, runner-up in the 2023 FIA European Drag Racing Championship, are using the high quality Red Line Oil products for quite a long time, but will now be an official partner of the American based company. “Especially in the world of drag racing, but also far beyond, Red Line is known as the best oil money can buy. We, at Vegter Pro Mod Racing, are extremely proud that Red Line Oil want to be our partner and that we are chosen to represent Red Line Oil at the European race tracks,” said David Vegter and Elin Lindegren, the driving forces behind Vegter Pro Mod Racing.

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Pro Dutch Racing, Cuda out, but what comes in?

The tension is rising. Just a little while longer and then it will be time to unveil the new car. Shortly after the end of last season, the well-known Pro Dutch Racing ’71 Plymouth Barracuda was put up for sale to be replaced by a new weapon for the 2024 season. The Cuda has now found a new home, but what will take its place?

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2024 SFI Inspections Tour dates

With the start of the 2024 drag racing season not far away, it’s time for the 2024 SFI Inspections Tour. There is a slight change in the traditional schedule as the first stop is now in the UK at Santa Pod Raceway. “With the Festival of Power falling on an early date this year, we hope this helps racers have as much time as possible to prepare for their first event after having their parts inspected,” said SFI Foundation president Jennifer Faye.

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Team Brothers add French funny bike flare

The initially Hungarian Team Brothers Super Street Bike team expanded into western continental Europe last season adding Dutch racer Margot Schmidt to the dynamic duo of Daniel Lencses and Kristzian Jasz, the trio being equipped with no-bar Hayabusa rides. 2024 sees the addition of Eric Richard and a breakout from the FIM-E Super Street Bike class into the FIM-E Top Fuel Bike with the French racer bringing his Hayabusa powered turbo funny bike to the party.

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2024 Summit Racing EDRS Series schedule

It’s being published a bit later than we wished for, but this year there have been a number of changes that needed to be sorted out.

We are happy to welcome yet another organizer to our series: Hudik Raceway with a nice 1/8 track.

The schedule is provisional and may be updated if needed.

Find schedule https://www.dragracingeurope.eu/edrs/race-calendar-2024

New for this year is also that we have appointed Ms Helene Rapp as a Summit Racing EDRS Series Project Manager. For questions please contact helene.rapp@speedgroup.eu

FIM-E Champions Review – Alan Morrison Jnr – FIM-E Super Street Bike

Yeovil’s Alan Morrison Jnr grabbed attention on the FIM-E circuit with a breakthrough win at the European Finals in 2022. Boosted by the confidence gained, Morrison Jnr and the Protek prepped team headed into 2023 with a degree of focus. A clean sweep at the opening Main Event at Santa Pod in May led to a relatively hurried rescheduling to enable the British team to make the subsequent events in Sweden and Germany over the summer.  

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