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Everyone at the Australian National Drag Racing Association would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Please remember the office will be closed until January 9, 2012.

Speaking of Christmas, ANDRA has recently been proud to display in its office some works by Anthony Franze, such as the image to the left. If you're looking for a last minute gift (although it may have to arrive in the New Year!) get in contact with him at his website - www.franzeindesign.com. You can check out his drag racing work here.

In an exciting development for South Australian motorsport fans, the Australian National Drag Racing Association (ANDRA) and Racing Onn Promotions have commenced negotiations to bring the ANDRA Pro Series to Adelaide International Raceway on April 14 and 15.


The ANDRA Pro Series is Australia's major drag racing championship and attracts professional teams from around the country.


The Australian National Drag Racing Association (ANDRA) board has approved the use of shorter racing distances including eighth mile (201.1 metres) and 1000 feet (304.8 metres) for championship racing.


The change will allow the use of more facilities throughout Australia that have been designed for shorter distances, while tracks with adequate length and safety for the traditional quarter mile (402.2 metres) format will still run that distance.


It is one of the first times anywhere in the world a major drag racing series has embraced different racing distances within the same championship.


Drag racing in north-western Victoria could get a boost depending on the results of a business plan from Swan Hill Rural City Council.

Last week a community forum was held where Australian National Drag Racing Association (ANDRA) events and operations manager Brenton Myers and current Top Fuel national champion Darren Morgan joined Lucas Woodburn from the Swan Hill Drag Racing Club to discuss how a drag strip in the area would help the cause of driver education, as part of the TAC Talk the Toll Down initiative.



The Australian National Drag Racing Association page on Facebook is the place to be for regular updates on what is happening and some fun for drag racing fans and racers everywhere. The page can be found here, so click like and take part.

There is currently a fun photo competition happening with some merchandise from Team Bray Racing on offer for the winners. Just add your photo to our wall and you're in!

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