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NHRA Sends Letters Announcing License Revocation To Street Outlaws TV Cast – Competition Licenses To Be Revoked If Participation Continues

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  • NHRA Sends Letters Announcing License Revocation To Street Outlaws TV Cast – Competition Licenses To Be Revoked If Participation Continues

    The NHRA has sent strongly worded letters to virtually everyone who is appearing or has recently appeared on the hit Discovery Channel television show Street Outlaws. This show follows the exploits of a group of racers based in the Oklahoma area who “street race” on a weekly basis throughout the show’s season. The letters were […]

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  • #2
    While some might say it's the No Hot Rods Allowed gang getting stupid, I have to say this is bad optics. So the NHRA is in the right.
    Act your age, not your shoe size. - Prince

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    • #3
      The NHRA wants to promote racing at the track, just like it always has, but in reality it has become nothing more than entertainment, promoting the nitro categories
      and has done nothing to bring the average guy from the street to the track. NHRA, if you are going to talk the talk, walk the walk.

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      • #4
        Now that NHRA has opened Pandora's box, where does it logically stop?

        Don't "Roadkill" street burnouts and foul language also technically violate NHRA's new "off-track" interpretation of Sec. 1.3.1 and "glorify" conduct that is contrary to NHRA rules?



        What about 200+ m.p.h. Drag Week cars that ignore state and federal "anti-tampering" laws?

        What about technically illegal gambling on non-NHRA sanctioned track events?

        Is NHRA going to police all aspects of private conduct now? Is this going to be like the infamous "nitro ban" . . . which helped promote non-NHRA tracks and organizations?
        Last edited by Gateclyve Photographic; February 18, 2015, 10:43 AM.

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        • #5
          can't wait to hear the thunder from Discovery's legal.

          Or will I go deaf listening for it?
          Last edited by Beagle; February 18, 2015, 11:57 AM.
          Flying south, with a flock of bird dogs.

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          • #6
            You'll probably go deaf. They just want a little attention. A better way to get it would be to build more tracks.

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