... Drag Racing
A night at the drags is a novel way to expand the experience of Alfa ownership. Bracket Racing is a way to get everyone involved with an equal chance to win – head-to-head. Bracket Racing is a performance-based handicapping method that lets competitors with vastly different cars compete against each other. Driver skill and concentration are the most important factors for success. In fact, an Alfamatic Alfetta can run against a Callaway GTV6 and “win”.
This is a very safe sport; in fact, the track doesn't even require the use of helmets in cars that cannot run the quarter mile in less than 14 seconds. The only car preparation required is to normal highway safety levels. Any production car ever built by Alfa Romeo, and even most modified cars, can drive in off the street and compete with no special car preparation or equipment necessary. This removes the typical impediments to joining in any competition event, no matter how casual, and opens the competition to the broadest number of members who wish to try – even those who have never tried any competition events before, or are at the convention with a rental car.
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Drag Racing participants should plan to get to the track at around 5 pm. The first Alfa run will be at 6 pm. Should you need any assistance in planning or preparing to have your car at this event, please feel free to contact the Drag Racing Chairmen Andy Kress at email@example.com.
New England Dragway in Epping, NH is this area's premier dragstrip (of the legal ones, that is), and is located only 25 miles from Convention Headquarters. This is a unique Alfa experience that people will enjoy and remember forever!
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