2015 Drag racing series explodes

HARARE - The 2015 Telecel Drag Racing Series gets underway this Sunday at Donnybrook raceway with promise of action and burning rubber.

Race enthusiasts and competitors, starved of drag racing since last year’s October grand, will be back into the saddle for this year’s series.

The Dragpro Drag Racing Series, was launched in 2012.

“The 2015 series looks to continue the upward trend of this sport where members of the public can register on the day of the event and compete in a surprisingly diverse range of vehicles, effectively embracing the unique opportunity the series presents for the general public to ‘Race the track, not the Street’,” club secretary Susan Zevgolis said.

“Dragpro and its partners are committed to ensuring the series continues to grow and attract more serious competitors, both national and looking ahead, international,” she said.

“So whether you’re looking for a great day out with friends and family or improving that all important ET (Elapsed Time), Donnybrook on Sunday will not disappoint.”

Looking to the more serious drag racing competitors, fans will not be disappointed this year as established players look to settle past ‘grudges’ and pull out all the stops to maximise on their vehicles’ previous performance.

Several new project cars and motorcycles are expected to make their debut during the year.

After this Sunday’s season opener, three more Dragpro events are scheduled to take place in May, July and October.

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