Preparation Process of a Badass Street Car to Race in Hot Rod Drag Week

If you're into hot rod stuff then you probably have heard something about the Hot Rod Drag Week, which is, beyond any doubt, the hardest test of street cars on the planet! So far, hundreds of cars have entered, being eager, ambitious and ready to race on over 1000 miles of road.

There are dedicated racers from Europe, Canada, South America and, reportedly, at least five racers from Australia. The video we share with you below demonstrates the preparation process one of these Australian teams, which is going to get into the race with an amazingly cool street car. The Aussie team of Harry Haig and his extra skillful friends this time tool a more demanding pathway to the victory. Harry's 1969 Chevelle was left alone in the U.S after his activities at Drag Week of 2015, but then it is brought back to Australia to get a few impressive touches. As they claimed, the old big-block and four- speed combo ran a best of 14.0 at 100mph at Drag Week of 2015, but this year the team is decided to make this street car go bigger and better with the help of a badass twin turbo big- block engine that will hit the limits of speed.

Check out the video below, see how they poured gallons of sweat in the climate of Australia to renew this excellent street car, whose dirty look makes it cooler and enjoy!