Finally a Drag Racing Log Book - Designed for all Bracket Racers.
 
THE ANSWER IS FINALLY HERE!
 
 
 
 
You can also order your Drag Racing Log Book by E-mailing Tim at: order@dragracinglogbook.com.au
 
If you answered "Yes" to any of these questions
 
  1. Tired of losing all my time slips?
  2. Not recording weather changes throughout a race meeting?
  3. I don't understand weather conditions and the effects it can have on my race vehicle?
  4. I need to become a more consistent racer?
 
  1. Losing track of tune up changes?
  2. Lost count of how many passes my engine/trans/converter and slicks have made?
  3. I don't have a race vehicle maintenance program?
  4. How much does my racing COST $$$ me?
 
The Drag Racing Log Book has all the answers to the above questions - Plus more. It caters for all styles of Bracket Racing. Inside this Drag Racing Log Book there is enough room to fit 15 events, and on the reverse side of each page you can enter comments for every pass in which your race vehicle puts down the drag strip. Also there is room to record all the appropriate maintenance in which you make on your race vehicle. There is even room to record how much my racing costs me in Dollars and Cents.
 
Once you have developed a routine for recording all your data....
Racing and winning will become much easier.
 
I CAN EVEN DESIGN A DRAG RACING LOG BOOK TO ACCOMMODATE YOUR RACING NEEDS...
 
WHY DO I NEED A DRAG RACING LOG BOOK?
 
Ever wondered why in each different class of Sportsman Drag Racing there are always a selected few who consistently keep going rounds and winning events. The answer is quite simple...they collect as much data as possible, record it, study it and understand it!! Once you have collected enough data about your race vehicle, you will be able to see trends in weather conditions, and how your race vehicle responds to these trends. It's important when making changes to your vehicles set up, that you only make ONE change at a time. This is the only way you can see if you are heading in the right direction.

Once you have your race vehicle set up and tuned to the conditions. Rolling your vehicle out of the trailer and putting a solid pass down, should be easy.
The common mistake that most Bracket Racers have is that they all want to go fast. (That's what Drag Racing is all about)...A quick vehicle doesn't always mean a consistent RACE VEHICLE.
 
CONSISTANT RACE VEHICLES WIN ROUNDS AND WIN RACERS.
 
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