We love us some wheelies around here at BangShift. Watching cars that weight a ton or sometimes closer to two tons reach for the sky when the throttle is laid flat at the drags has been captivating to crowds since slingshots started doing it 50 years ago and it will be captivating 500 years from now when some guy in a nuclear powered Chevelle does it a swell. Thankfully at the 2014 NHRA California Hot Rod Reunion, there were plenty of cars getting busy on the launch with the front end in the clouds. We put together two collections of photos featuring stills of these moments. The first is from Friday and only Friday. The second group is from Saturday and Sunday. If these photos don’t make you want to plan at trip to Bakersfield for next year’s running of the event, you are a lost cause. Seriously.
Cars have been lifting the tires at the The Patch for decades and the tradition continued strong last weekend. The 2014 CHRR was our last “big one” of 2014 and we look forward to brining you LIVE video from the floor of the SEMA show in a couple of weeks. The “Chad and Brian Experience” will be on full display for you to watch. We’ll be telling you about all the big SEMA news, talking new parts, and hanging out with some of the biggest names in the world of racing, high performance, and the gearhead world in general. For now…ENJOY THE WHEELIES!