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Calling all racers! Come and join the Grudge Kings family Saturday 4th of March at Sydney Dragway.
Where can you see the baddest race cars go head to head? Grudge Kings.
Grudge Kings is run by racers, for racers. With the best prepped track surface you’ll ever race on, there are no excuses.
At Grudge Kings, you can expect a family friendly atmosphere, making it the perfect way to spend a day out with the family.
Classes we will be running
- Heads up 9s
- Heads up 10s
- Heads up 11s
- Heads up 12s
- Outlaw Big Tire
- Outlaw Small Tire
- TheList – Top 20
- Pure Grudge – CallOut
- Sydney Street Outlaws – PureStreet
- Extreme Bike
- Burnout invitational
On top of that, there’ll be a mega car show, trade alleys and DJs and of course, gorgeous promo girls.
Enter online NOW, CLICK HERE
For more info, head over to Sydney Dragway.
Check out the video below for a taste of the Grudge Kings action –
Weekly Race 4 Real Report: February 15, 2017
Wednesday night Race 4 Real off-street meets continue to be one of the most popular events on the Sydney Dragway calendar and it’s quite easy to see why!
Here are some great performances from last week’s Race 4 Real at Sydney Dragway.
Top Holden of the Week
This tough LX Torana SS hatch was a sight to behold with those fat rear tyres, air cleaner poking out of the bonnet and of course, that bright blue paintjob. Managing a best run of 11.01 @ 127.86 MPH, this mighty Torana meant business.
Top Japanese of the Week
Despite being overshadowed by its curvier younger brother, the MK3 Toyota Supra possess just about as much potential. This clean, white example proved exactly that with an impressive best run of 10.24 @ 139.24 MPH.
Top Rotary of the Week
The first-gen RX7 captured hearts the world over, introducing many enthusiasts to the joys of rotary performance in a lightweight, nimble chassis. To this day, they continue to be a popular base for modification with this particular example running a best time of 11.53 @ 130.23 MPH.
Top European of the Week
Audi’s superwagon, the RS6, put on an impressive showing here at Sydney Dragway with a best time of 11.36 @ 124.42 MPH. Supercar performance in a handsome, practical wagon body? Yes please.
Top Ford of the Week
The MK1 Ford Escort marks the beginning of a long lineage of fast Fords, developing a well-deserved cult following. This black beauty showed up at Sydney Dragway looking immaculate and ran some impressive times to match.
Commentators Pick of the Week
The 180B isn’t a particularly common platform for Datsun modification like the 510 or the S30. This made it a pleasant surprise to see this blue example turn up and run a best time of 13.61 @ 108.42 MPH.
Race 4 Real is on every Wednesday night at Sydney Dragway, weather permitting. Keep it safe, legal and off the streets! Gates open at 4:30PM and racing starts at 6:00PM. Check our website for T&C’s and entry information.
Next Race 4 Real is this Wednesday, February 22. See you there!
Sydney Dragway Website: http://www.sydneydragway.com.au/
Sydney Dragway Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SydneyDragway
Race4Real Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Race4Real/
Powercruise Lights Out at Sydney Dragway, February 24
As part of 2017 Sydney Powercruise, Lights Out Grudge Racing is happening at Sydney Dragway on Friday, February 24.
Lights Out Grudge Racing is just one of the new events that has been added to this year’s Sydney Powercruise thanks to Sydney Dragway. Featuring cars capable of running into the 7-second bracket, Lights Out is guaranteed to be a thrilling event – especially if you’re out there racing your own car.
For those racing on the day, gates open at 1PM. For spectators, gates open at 3PM.
For a taste of the action, check out the video below.
For pricing and entrant details head over to Sydney Dragway.
EOMM at Sydney Dragway, Thursday February 23 2017
End of Month Meet for February 2017 is happening here at Sydney Dragway on Thursday, February 23.
A showcase of our extremely diverse car scene, End of Month Meet offers something for motoring enthusiasts of all kinds to enjoy. It’s always a fun, chilled out night so bring down your pride and joy and bring along your mates for a great time with other like-minded enthusiasts.
There’s always plenty to do at End of Month Meet. When you’re not checking out the tonnes of cars on display, head over to the trade stands and check out some merch. As always, the café is open if you’re looking for a bite to eat.
As always, all makes and models are more than welcome! Gates are set to open at 6pm and car entry is $10 at the gate. As per usual, passengers are free.
For more info and trade stand details, head over to Sydney Dragway.
2017 ATURA NSW STATE DRAG RACING CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES ROUND 1 AT SYDNEY DRAGWAY
The Atura NSW State Drag Racing Championship Series returns for 2017 with Round 1 kicking off on Saturday, February 18 at Sydney Dragway!
The 2017 Atura NSW State Drag Racing Championship Series is sure to be every bit as thrilling as last year’s championship series. The series celebrates the grass roots racers of the drag racing scene who make up the majority of IHRA license holders. Be prepared to witness fierce competition over eight rounds, all to take out the title of Atura NSW State Drag Racing Champion.
The series showcases the vast variety of vehicles that the sport of drag racing has to offer. Everything from dragsters, altereds, supercharged sedans, rotary powered and turbocharged compacts, hot rods, motorcycles to junior dragsters, there’s something for everyone to enjoy!
Spectators will also get the opportunity to get up close and personal with the drivers and their machines, making for a fun, action-packed day out for the whole family.
Spectator gates open at 9am with racing kicking off at 10am and finishing up at about 8pm.
For pricing and entrant/competitor details head over to Sydney Dragway.
For a taste of the action, check out the video below.
Saturday February 18, be there!