25 Facts About Drag Racing That We Never Knew Until Now (2022)

Chances are that many people have already seen Top Fuel Dragsters on the internet or maybe even on television. They are unmistakable pieces of machinery that were built exclusively for a single purpose only, and that is to get from point A to point B as fast as possible in a straight line. Drag racing is the most simple and raw form of motorsports. If a car finishes first, he won and the other guy lost; it is as straightforward as it can be. As time went on, drag racing slowly evolved from souped-up family sedans to all-out ludicrous Top Fuel Dragsters. It might not require a lot of skills since drivers only have to go in a straight line, but it does demand a certain level of courage.

“Something worth doing is worth overdoing”, the saying goes. We know that insane yet brilliant people exist and apparently some of these people are into drag racing, which led them to build insane vehicles that are stupidly fast; we can’t even begin to imagine. A lot of these purpose-built cars accelerate even faster than a fighter jet... Talking about fast, Top Fuel Dragsters finish the race in a flash; blink and you might miss it, literally. Dragsters do not look like any other car we’ve seen on the streets or anywhere, for that matter. There are bound to be many things that aren’t widely known about the obscure world of top tier drag racing.

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25 Nobody Ever Got An Accurate Horsepower Reading Of A Top Fuel Dragster On A Dyno

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Acquiring an accurate reading of an ultra-high-powered engine is such a daunting task that most horsepower numbers for Top Fuel Dragsters are just mere estimations. Engineers are still trying to develop a dyno that can take the full power of a full-blooded drag car.

Regular car dynos simply can’t take the heat and will be prone to damage if put under too much strain. One thing is for sure though; whatever horsepower numbers drag cars actually have will be pretty hard to wrap our heads around.

24 The Current Top Fuel Dragster Record Is 3.667 Seconds For The Quarter Mile

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Tony Schumacher holds the record for the fastest quarter-mile run ever recorded, at 3.667 seconds. Most purpose-built road cars that were made for drag racing would be even lucky to just reach the 8-second mark for the quarter mile.

To put that into perspective, the Dodge Demon quarter mile time is even just a hair below 10 seconds, and the Dodge Demon is already an awesome car, to begin with. Many sports cars of today even take around 4 seconds to get to 62 mph.

23 Dragsters Reach Over 300 Mph In Just A Few Seconds

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It only took less than 4 seconds for Tony Schumacher to finish the quarter mile and when he crossed the line, he was going 336.57 miles per hour. This means that every other Top Fuel Dragster probably ended upgoing at least 300 mph. We don’t know about you, but dragsters finishing a race faster than some people can even say their names is just astonishing and pretty hard to believe.

Modern dragsters are just incredible pieces of machinery that push the boundaries of what we perceive as quick.

22 The Engine Is Entirely Rebuilt Every Run

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When dragsters finish a run, they head back to their crew and start rebuilding the engine entirely; from new pistons to new rods, to new rod bearings, new rings, and sometimes even a new crack. The team has to finish the whole job in about two hours or before the next round begins, so they have to be at the top of their game if they want to win some silverware.

It’s not only about the driver in Top Fuel Dragsters; like a perfectly built engine, success is when every component is doing its job properly.

21 Dual Magnetos Supply 44 Amps To Each Spark Plug

For those of us who are not really tech-savvy or know anything about electronics, 44 Amperes is a lot. It can power an arc welder that laborers use to bind metal to metal and that requires a huge current to function.

Spark plug electrodes will be completely consumed after a single run; this means that the cars’ engines will only shut down under two conditions: when the engine blows or when the tank eventually runs dry. Engineers would rather see the tank run dry, of course.

20 Drag Racing Requires A Lot Of Engineering (If They Want It Done Right)

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They do not just slap on big components, build a sketchy shell of a car, and install wheels and tires without a thought in the world. It takes special care to ensure that a Top Fuel Dragster will behave as expected. Brilliant engineers get together and combine their knowledge to create a coherent, methodical system of a car.

Not only do they come up with a theoretically sound machine but they need to build it from the ground up as well, and that’s a whole other challenge.

19 Getting To 300 Mph In 4.5 Seconds Will Have An Acceleration of Over 4 G’s

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Whether standing outside or lying in bed, it does not matter where we are at all; we are always experiencing 1 G if we’re not moving. At 4 G’s, your body is going to start feeling uneasy and very uncomfortable with the sensation of your stomach plunging deep inside your gut as your blood is pushed elsewhere.

It is basically like riding ascary roller coaster, only that you’re in a car. Not many people have the guts and the stomach to handle that kind of stress on their bodies.

18 Supercharging Is The Preferred Method For Forced Induction

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There are naturally aspirated engines, and on the other hand, we have engines with forced induction. Under forced induction engines, you have turbochargers and superchargers which both have the same task but do things rather different things.

We can talk all day about the two of them, but supercharging an engine is by far the quickest, most efficient, and the best way to force air into the engine. This concept is really not all that hard to understand once we get our heads around the numbers.

17 Tires Are Deflated To The Point Where The Car Gets Maximum Grip

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First of all, dragsters need as much grip as possible to put down thousands of horsepower to the ground. Slick tires are needed to give the car that much needed contact with the pavement; grooves on tires will significantly decrease the contact patch, as they say, so normal road tires that have tread are out of the question.

Once they have the right kind of tire, it is important that they inflate them just enough to get the friction just right. We can even see the sidewalls flex when the light turns green.

16 Cars Have Flown In The Air Before

It is imperative that the cars stay as close to the road as possible or else it can get quite dangerous for the driver and the crowd. If a lot of space is left between the pavement and beneath the car, wind can literally lift the dragster off the ground (and you can imagine how that would go).

Newer dragsters are adopting the technology of lowering the front splitters as much as possible to create negative pressure or a vacuum under the car which in turn will make the whole vehicle stick to the ground.

15 The Name Of The Game Is Acceleration

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People would be forgiven if they thought that all that matters is the top speed. For longer tracks, that might be a factor but it is quite a different story for the quarter mile since the race is already over way before they can reach the tippy top of the engine’s performance.

However, the challenge is to get to the top speed as quickly as they can so that they are able to get to it before they cross the finish line; a break-neck acceleration is more important than sheer speed.

14 Top Fuel Dragsters Are Powered By Nitro Methane

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They need a special kind of fuel to run. Your local gas station is definitely not going to have stock of Nitro Methane, as this fuel burns way hotter than your average gasoline.

Under full throttle, a Dragster engine consumes around 11.2 gallons of Nitro Methane per second. That is just abysmal gas mileage, but who cares about that anyway? It’s a drag car, ain’t nobody got time for that. You know what they say, great engines require great fuel mixtures, or was it something else?

13 The Nitro Methane Flames Reach 7050 Degrees Fahrenheit

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At the starting line, drivers rev their engines a lot and those flames we see burn at a scorching 7050 degrees Fahrenheit or around 3900 degrees Celsius.

If this is the temperature of the flame when it exits the engine, then just imagine the heat inside the engine itself; it is significantly higher. It all boils down again to the fine engineering, impeccable build quality and techniques the engineers utilize.

12 The Driver Feels 7 G’s Of Deceleration When Both Parachutes Deploy

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Stopping the car is yet another challenge that engineers face. A regular braking system just won’t cut it; they need another system in place to help the dragster come to a halt or at least slow down to a more manageable speed. They utilize parachutes, most of them have two for that extra deceleration.

Drivers can really feel the stopping power when they deploy the chutes because they undergo 7 G’s! This is not something just anyone off the street can handle; some people even vomit at a significantly lower G reading.

11 10 To 12 Gallons Of Nitro Methane Is Used For Just One Complete Pass

Though Nitro Methane is an incredibly powerful fuel to power an engine, it is expensive to run on. Under full throttle, a Top Fuel Dragster consumes 1-1/2 gallons of Nitro Methane every second! According to Enginebuildermag, a 55-gallon drum of Nitro Methane costs a whopping $900. With that amount of cash for Nitro Methane, we’re surprised nobody has tried to rob someone of this expensive fuel yet.

Go do the math and calculate how much that translates to every single run on the drag strip.

10 The Rear Wing Can Produce 4,000 To 8,000 Pounds Of Down Force

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Those giant rear wings or spoilers or whatever you want to call them don’t look like much, but at extremely high speeds, they can displace a lot of air in just seconds. To push the car downwards, they have to push the air upwards; this is a basic principle in Newton’s Law of Motion.

An extra 4,000 to 8,000 pounds of weight on the rear tires might sound counter-intuitive but all that weight is to give the rear tires better grip! Engineers have to find that balance between downforce and drag.

9 External Starters

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All Top Fuel Dragsters have an external starter to start up the engines before the race; they don’t have a key ignition system that most cars implement. Batteries for the starters are even mountain on retrofitted golf carts. They even have spare starters as a back-up in case the primary starter fails for some reason.

Well, special cars need special ignitions as well. This is definitely way cooler than starting up a Lamborghini with a fighter jet-inspired start/stop button in the middle of the cockpit.

8 Dragsters Don’t Have Suspensions

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The drag strip is already as smooth as a road can get, so they do not have to worry about bumps at all. A regular car is equipped with a system of springs and shock absorbers but not Top Fuel Dragsters; the wheels are directly welded to the chassis.

The rear tires are already wide and bulky enough to absorb whatever inconsistencies on the road surface, so there is no need for suspension in the rear as well. Even without a complicated setup, they have no problem getting the power down to the track.

7 They Have Composite Material Brakes

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Carbon brakes are far more superiorthan the ones found in regular cars, and even in modern high-performance cars. They have better-stopping power and better cooling, the only downside is that they need to be up to temperature before the brakes bite.

This has caused some crashes in the past but this was due to drivers not knowing how to properly modulate the carbon brakes. Parachutes only work at extraordinarily high speeds and the brakes are used both at high and low speeds.

6 Top Fuel Dragsters Actually Have 2-Speed Pneumatic Transmissions

Most cars we see have 5 or 6-speed transmissions; newer ones can actually have up to 8 speeds and this is because of demands for better fuel economy and efficiency. All of that jazz is not really necessary for dragsters though, since the race is over before you can even finish reading this sentence; they wouldn’t be able to get to 3rd gear before reaching the finish line!

Again, it is all about acceleration. The first two gears have the most torque and engineers don’t give a flying squirrel about the amount of Nitro Methane they burn.

FAQs

What was the first drag race? ›

RuPaul's Drag Race (season 1)
RuPaul's Drag Race
No. of episodes9
Release
Original networkLogo TV
Original releaseFebruary 2 – March 23, 2009
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What is the fastest ever drag car? ›

The current carwow drag-race king is the Rimac Nevera – the electric hypercar from Croatia with 4 electric motors and an other-wordly 1,914hp.

How long do drag engines last? ›

Typical street-car engines can run for hundreds of thousands of miles, but top-fuel dragster motors need rebuilds after every quarter-mile run. That might seem ridiculous, but the seals only last one full-throttle pull, and the spark plugs disintegrate during the run.

What is the longest drag race? ›

The Dodge Power Brokers NHRA U.S. Nationals is the biggest, the longest, and the most historic drag racing event in the world!

Why is it called drag? ›

The origin of the term drag is uncertain; the first recorded use of drag in reference to actors dressed in women's clothing is from 1870. It may have been based on the term "grand rag" which was historically used for a masquerade ball.

Who invented drag race? ›

Fenton Bailey (left), Randy Barbato (middle) and RuPaul (right) are the three co-creators of the Drag Race franchise.

How much fuel does a drag car use? ›

NHRA Top Fuel dragsters and Funny Cars consume between four and five gallons of fuel during a quarter-mile run, which is equivalent to between 16 and 20 gallons per mile!

How fast do drag cars go? ›

A top fuel dragster accelerates from a standstill to 100 mph (160.9 km/h) in as little as 0.8 seconds (less than one third the time required by a production Porsche 911 Turbo to reach 60 mph (96.6 km/h)) and can exceed 297 mph (478.0 km/h) in just 660 feet (201.2 m).

What is Top Fuel made of? ›

Currently, Top Fuel and Funny Cars run on a blend that's 90 percent nitromethane and 10 percent methanol, according to NHRA rules [source: Davis].

What's the fastest 1/4 mile? ›

1 2021 Rimac Nevera

The one and only Rimac Nevera is currently the fastest 1/4-mile car in the world with a time of 8.58 seconds.

What is the shortest drag race season? ›

The Shortest Drag Race Reigns Of All Time

When the show aired its finale — of the admittedly extended season — on April 23, it made season 12's Jaida Essence Hall the queen with the shortest reign. Hall's reign came in at 329 days, just seven days shy of Aquaria.

Where is drag racing most popular? ›

While nitro racing permeated out across the country, the western United States was still the undisputed home of cackle, and until recent years when all of the NHRA's top nitro teams moved to Indiana, California was still home to a majority of the Top Fuel and Funny Car teams.

How fast can a 10000 hp car go? ›

Meet the 10,000-hp funny car that does 304 mph in the quarter mile.

How fast does a drag car go 0 60? ›

NHRA Top Fuel Dragster – 0 – 60 in 0.8 seconds

A Top Fuel dragster accelerates so quickly that its already passed 60 mph by the time the rear tires have crossed the start line (300 inches).

When did drag begin? ›

Drag began in the age of Shakespearean theatre, during the late 16th century. At the time, the church was heavily connected to the stage and only allowed men to perform, and so it was that any female roles were played by the men in the cast dressed as women.

What does drag stand for? ›

The term "drag" refers to the performance of masculinity, femininity or other forms of gender expression. A drag queen is someone (usually male) who performs femininity and a drag king is someone (usually female) who performs masculinity.

What force is drag? ›

Drag is a mechanical force. It is generated by the interaction and contact of a solid body with a fluid (liquid or gas). It is not generated by a force field, in the sense of a gravitational field or an electromagnetic field, where one object can affect another object without being in physical contact.

What is the first drag car? ›

1954: The first purpose-built, front-engine dragster (rail job, digger, slingshot…) was built by Mickey Thompson. The driver sat on or behind the rear wheels, with the engine far back in the frame. Slingshots were the gold standard of speed until the early 1970s.

How much is a drag car? ›

When it comes to cars, there's no such thing as dreaming too big! That said, a pro mod drag car will cost from $275,000 to $350,000. The body and internal parts generally cost around $200,000, while the engine costs between $50,000-$100,000 extra.

Why are drag tracks sticky? ›

Competition drag strips use a resin-based compound called PJ1 TrackBite (formerly known as VHT) that gets sprayed onto the asphalt to create a sticky surface for impressive launches. Hey, when a car's horsepower count is deep into the four digits, it needs all the help it can get to hook up and go.

How much HP does a drag car have? ›

Top Fuel. Among the fastest-accelerating machines in the world, 11,000-horsepower Top Fuel dragsters are often referred to as the “kings of the sport,” and with good reason. They are capable of covering the dragstrip in less than 3.7 seconds at more than 330 mph.

How much horsepower is Top Fuel? ›

A Top Fuel Dragster—distinguished by a supercharged, custom-built, 500-cubic-inch engine—boasts 11,000 horsepower and burns nitromethane. By contrast, a Top Alcohol Dragster's output is about approximately 4,000 hp. Most alcohol dragsters burn methanol, although a few burn ethanol.

Why are drag cars so long? ›

Top Fuel cars are specifically designed to this length based on the rules the NHRA has put in place but also due to the engineering of the dragster. The length helps keep the car stable under acceleration and at high speeds, as well as helping to keep the front of the car on the ground.

Can a car have 5000 horsepower? ›

Shocking, as in we're shocked a car company would release footage this bad. But UAE hypercar company Devel has a legit 5,000-horsepower, 12.8 liter V16 engine, multiple prototypes, and now a super-lame test video of this spectacularly audacious machine.

Why do drag cars lift up? ›

It's because the shape of the car uses Bernoulli's principle: the difference of pressure between the air above and below the car causes a net upwards vertical force which increases when the car goes faster.

Can you mix nitro with gasoline? ›

Nitro doesn't mix with gasoline—they separate, with the gas on top. You can, however, mix nitropropane (C3H7NO2) with gas, and even 10 percent nitropropane in gas can provide small power increases.

Is E85 more flammable? ›

However at normal temperatures, E85 vapor is less flammable than gasoline, because of the higher autoignition temperature of E85.

How many G's does a dragster pull? ›

NHRA - National Hot Rod Association

The modern NHRA Top Fuel dragster accelerates harder and pulls more G's than any [unclassified] fighter jet launch. At 5 G's, there's no wheeled vehicle on earth that even comes close.

What is a 10 second car? ›

ten-second car (plural ten-second cars) (sports cars) A car which can complete a quarter-mile from a standing start in under 10 seconds.

How fast does a 10 second car go? ›

A 10-second 1/4 mile car is a car which can cover a quarter mile in 10 seconds or less starting from rest (zero velocity), i.e, it has an average velocity of 90 mph (144 kmph).

What is DA in racing? ›

Christmas tree (or "tree") – device at the starting line containing signal lights, used to start a race in addition to showing starting violations. DA – density altitude; a reference to qualities in the air.

Who has won the most Lipsyncs? ›

BenDeLaCreme set the record for lip syncing in the most separate episodes in a single season, as she lip synced in 5 episodes of All Stars 3. Trinity The Tuck lipsynced a total of 9 times across two seasons, breaking the record for most lipsyncs by a single contestant in total.

Who's the tallest drag queen? ›

The world's tallest drag queen and RuPaul's Drag Race season 7 contestant, Tempest DuJour transforms James into a jaw-dropping showgirl!

Who is the most successful drag queen from Drag Race? ›

1. Trixie Mattel. Mattel (born Brian Firkus) is truly a Cinderella story. From a poor family in rural Wisconsin, Mattel became a drag superstar after appearing on RuPaul's Drag Race season seven.

How long is a drag race? ›

A dragstrip is a facility for conducting automobile and motorcycle acceleration events such as drag racing. Although a quarter mile (1320 feet, 402 m) is the best known measure for a drag track, many tracks are eighth mile (201 m) tracks, and the premiere classes will run 1,000 foot (304.8 m) races.

How long is a drag strip in feet? ›

Traditionally, a drag strip is 1,320 feet, which equals a quarter-mile. (One mile equals 5,280 feet.) Many classes in NHRA drag racing—actually, all but the Top Fuel and Funny Car classes—still compete on a quarter-mile course.

How much money do drag racers make? ›

How much does a Drag Racing make? As of Sep 22, 2022, the average annual pay for a Drag Racing in the United States is $48,809 a year. Just in case you need a simple salary calculator, that works out to be approximately $23.47 an hour. This is the equivalent of $938/week or $4,067/month.

When did drag racing began? ›

Drag racing as an organized sport began in the 1930s on dry lake beds in southern California, and it gained greater respectability after Wally Parks helped organize the Southern California Timing Association (SCTA) in 1938.

Who won the first Drag Race? ›

BeBe Zahara Benet — RuPaul's Drag Race, Season 1.

When was drag invented? ›

Drag began in the age of Shakespearean theatre, during the late 16th century. At the time, the church was heavily connected to the stage and only allowed men to perform, and so it was that any female roles were played by the men in the cast dressed as women.

Is drag racing Illegal? ›

The legal forms of drag racing all take place at sanctioned facilities, designed specifically for dragracing, typically known as or referred to as "dragstrips." While similar forms of racing can also take place on public roads or elsewhere, those races are typically referred to as "street racing" and it is not only ...

What is the first drag car? ›

1954: The first purpose-built, front-engine dragster (rail job, digger, slingshot…) was built by Mickey Thompson. The driver sat on or behind the rear wheels, with the engine far back in the frame. Slingshots were the gold standard of speed until the early 1970s.

How much is a drag car? ›

When it comes to cars, there's no such thing as dreaming too big! That said, a pro mod drag car will cost from $275,000 to $350,000. The body and internal parts generally cost around $200,000, while the engine costs between $50,000-$100,000 extra.

How fast do drag racers go? ›

Top Fuel is a type of drag racing whose dragsters are the quickest accelerating racing cars in the world and the fastest sanctioned category of drag racing, with the fastest competitors reaching speeds of 335 miles per hour (539.1 km/h) and finishing the 1,000 foot (304.8 m) runs in 3.62 seconds.

What is the shortest season of Drag Race? ›

The Shortest Drag Race Reigns Of All Time

When the show aired its finale — of the admittedly extended season — on April 23, it made season 12's Jaida Essence Hall the queen with the shortest reign. Hall's reign came in at 329 days, just seven days shy of Aquaria.

How many drag races are there? ›

With sixteen shows already under its umbrella and another six international iterations in development, eventually every nation will have its own Drag Race, and the world will be better for it. Each one of the Drag Race shows feature incredible queens who have left undeniable impressions on the global stage.

Who are the most popular drag queens? ›

Most popular drag queens on Instagram worldwide 2022. As of June 2022, Trixie Mattel was the most followed Ru Paul's Drag Race contestant on Instagram, with a total of 2.9 million followers. Trixie Mattel was a contestant on Ru Paul's Drag Race season 7 and was the winner of All Stars season three in 2018.

What does drag stand for? ›

The term "drag" refers to the performance of masculinity, femininity or other forms of gender expression. A drag queen is someone (usually male) who performs femininity and a drag king is someone (usually female) who performs masculinity.

Why do people drag? ›

At its core, drag is a creative act—a powerful and personal form of self-expression. Many performers also credit it with giving them a voice. Others use it to explore sexual and gender identity and expression. Still others say drag helps them accept themselves.

What is a female drag queen called? ›

A female queen, AFAB queen, bio queen, diva queen, faux queen or hyper queen is a drag queen who identifies as a cisgender woman or as a nonbinary person who was assigned female at birth ("AFAB").

What is the age limit for drag racing? ›

Licensed participants must be at least 13 years old and may participate through the year of their 16th birthday. All runs must be made with an approved licensed supervising adult, who must be the participant's parent or legal guardian or 25 years of age or older with a valid state driver's license.

How long is a drag strip in feet? ›

Traditionally, a drag strip is 1,320 feet, which equals a quarter-mile. (One mile equals 5,280 feet.) Many classes in NHRA drag racing—actually, all but the Top Fuel and Funny Car classes—still compete on a quarter-mile course.

Why are drag tracks sticky? ›

Competition drag strips use a resin-based compound called PJ1 TrackBite (formerly known as VHT) that gets sprayed onto the asphalt to create a sticky surface for impressive launches. Hey, when a car's horsepower count is deep into the four digits, it needs all the help it can get to hook up and go.

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