Pinks All Out - Norwalk, Ohio - Aug 2010
A great time, but got there at 11 am and was wiped out by 4:30. Final 16
wasn't until after dusk. Glad I went ...but I've seen faster and more interesting race cars at
other events. Lots of people because ...it's on TV, I guess.
2010 10 15 HALF Pinks Farm Truck2 YouTubeHD
Oklahoma City Farm Truck at Pinks All Out in Houston.
Cool old 1970 Chevy Truck driven by Sean and his racing dog Louise runs a
See them on Facebook, just search for OKC FarmTruck.
Taken with the GoPro HD camera from RPMgear.com
INSANE DRAG RACING CRASHES AND WHEELSTANDS
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the best in Heads Up Drag Racing video and DVDs. Urban Hillbilly Action
Videos Drag racing, wheelstand, crash, and saves. Pro Mod, Outlaw 10.5 Drag
PINKS ALL OUT 2010.wmv
PINKS ALL OUT 2010 BANDIMERE SPEEDWAY Denver,Co. Acouple of practice rounds
on friday with a couple of qualification rounds on sat.Ist run broke down
MSD box gets shorted out,2nd run water pump fails,overheat and abort,3rd
run best run,4th run broke traction on starting line.Ran in the 10.5
class,PINKS picks the 11.50 class sent home
PINKS All Out Controversy / Chevy Nova VS Ford Mustang
The finals of PINKS All Out, season 3, is heating up! Ford vs. Chevy takes
on Michigan, but one races too fast! Is the third time a charm for this
showdown? Do not miss the fastest racing action on PINKS All Out. Airs
Thursdays at 8pm (5pm PT), only on SPEED.
PINKS ALL OUT FINALS 7-11-09 131 Dragway Martin, MI
PINKS! ALL OUT! was held at 131 Dragway in Martin, Mi Saturday July 11,
From Steve Kaminski, the Grand Rapids Press...
Bill Bennett lost to John Bodenstadt of Atwood, Ohio, and his 1996 Ford Mustang in a best-of-three
series of match races.
"Pinks All Out" officials said 464 drivers from as far as Colorado, Florida
and New York registered for Saturday's races.
About 430 of them competed. The show's staff studied the times from the two
qualifying sessions and found the group of 32 drivers closest in elapsed
The most competitive bracket was the 10.3- to 10.5-second range. Show host
Rich Christensen called all drivers to the top of the dragstrip and
announced the car numbers of the drivers who made the cut.
The drivers then squared of in single-elimination passes. The 16 winning
drivers advanced and reported to staging lanes, where in-car cameras were
installed and drivers were equipped with microphones.
Wayland's Roger Jackey, Middleville's Tony Whitehead and Scott Dronkers,
Allegan's Allen Bruischart and Portage's Louie Hall made the All Out 16.
Bruischart and Hall were eliminated in the round of 16, and Dronkers
defeated Whitehead in All Out 8.
"I almost crapped my pants," Dronkers said of learning he had been selected
for the top 32. "It's great. It's unbelievable. I watch the show all the
time, so this is a dream come true."
"I race a couple of times a month, and I have been doing it for 20-some
years, but this has been my best moment so far. This is going to be on TV.
How do you beat that?"
Jackey was beaten in the All Out 8 by Sturgis' Doug Hopkins, but he still
had a good time.
"I have been drag racing on and off for 20 years. I just do it for fun,"
Jackey said. "I try to watch the show as much as I can, and I thought if
they ever came to Martin, I would try to get in.
The show will air 8 p.m. Sept. 24 on Speed TV.