November Archive

 The NSDA Season Finale was full of excitement from beginning to end. Here is the first batch of pictures from the event courtesy of C3 Productions. These photos are available for purchase through C3 at They also have copies of the DVD Slideshow shown at the 2007 NSDA Banquet available at the aforementioned web site.


The 2007 NSDA season is in the history books as the season finale event wrapped up on Sunday. Keith Longerot (Top Fuel), Dan Allen (Top Alcohol), and DL King (Top Eliminator) were the race’s heads-up class winners. Geoff Gill (Pro 1), Jim Smith (Pro 2), Willie Colwell (Pro 3), Brad Olson (MC Pro 1), and Brooks Ryan (MC Pro 2) were the bracket class winners.

 Race Recap

The National Sand Drag Association (NSDA) hosted the annual fall trip to Primm, NV’s Primm Valley Casino and Resorts for the first time October 19-21. This resulted in a huge number of entries totaling over 400 and a track conducive for breaking records.

 The National Sand Drag Association (NSDA) heads to San Jacinto, CA for its point series season finale for 2007. Point series titles have already been clinched in some classes, however many are still up for grabs including Top Fuel. Let’s take a look at where the contenders stand heading into the final race in each class.



 WOW! That was the one word to describe the event in Primm. I hope the coverage on NSDN kept those of you that couldn’t make it informed on the happenings of the race as it went on and gave those of you who were at the race a way to look back on what a the great event that it was. I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention congratulations to Dennis Rieck on his Top Fuel World Record run at Primm of 2.327. Dennis’ ride was certainly hauling the mail, with 60’ times in the .950 range. Even as great as Primm was, it is time to move on to the next NSDA event.


 Midwestern sand dragging officially came to a close with its final event of the year with Last Blast, held at the IOK Four Wheelers race facility in Cleves, OH.  The rain poured non-stop the week prior to the event, dumping up to six inches on the tri-state area.  While the threat of rain kept some of the long distance travelers away, the locals showed up in full force.  The rain held off and those in attendance were treated to a full array of off-road competition.


Viva La Primm!!! Well, I guess it’s just not the same, but you get the idea. I finally made it out to Primm for the Fall Nationals presented by the NSDA.  I have wanted to go for a couple of years now, but something always seemed to get in the way. This year we planned ahead and through some arrangements managed to get out there. Neither my wife nor I had ever been to Las Vegas, so this would be our first on many levels.

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