Category for each generation of his innovative dragster designs.
When Rich Venza called me and asked if I would pay to build a car, he oversee the project, borrow an engine and maybe I could get into the "200 MPH Club". Rich said that there were several records right at 200 that were "soft", so to speak. Read More
I was going to try to break the 300 MPH barrier at Gainesville, but the NHRA would not approve the new rear wing. As soon as Kenny Bernstein broke the 300 MPH record at the 1992 Gators, the car was approved and I ran the NHRA race at Atlanta. Read More
Herb Parks and me built SR XXX in the Ocala shop in the fall of 1985, this was the last word in Top Fuel dragsters at the time, a very streamlined vehicle, even today, first time out at the 1986 Gatornationals I broke the 270 barrier with a blistering 272.56 MPH! Read More
Swamp Rat 28: was built by me as a conventional Top Fuel Car, except it was a "High Gear Only", several years ahead of its time. The problem was; we didn't have big enough fuel pumps to run a high gear car at the time Read More