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A Horse With No Name

How a Top Fuel Dragster works...

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My father was a personal friend of the Kalitta family.

They were planning on running a ford Taurus in NHRA pure stock, and were going to call it the Kalitta Taurus

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...and while I am not into drag racing as much as other forms...going 74 miles an hour in the first 21 feet of track sounds like a blast....

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The thing is already going faster than the top speed of the fastest road going vehicle in just 3 seconds. and then almost a second later it's travelled 1000feet!!

Good Lord.

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Kalitta Taurus OMG :rofl:

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I dunno, drags, though? maybe they should enter that into SCCA. It sounds like something I might want to lap.

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