Drag Racing News
Bracket racing is the lifeblood of our sport. In this form of racing, one does not need an expensive high horsepower motorcycle to race. Slower motorcycles have an equal chance to win against faster motorcycles based on a dial-in system where the start of the race for the faster motorcycle is delayed. At the end of the eighth mile track both motorcycles should cross the finish line within a few thousandths of a second of each other. The first one across the finish line that does not breakout of their predicted dial-in wins. Driver skill and consistency wins over expensive high horsepower drag motorcycles.
*Rules are subject to change at the sole discretion of the NDRL. NDRL and track tech/management has final discretion on rules. ALSO, SEE GENERAL MOTORCYCLE RULES.