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  • Water-methanol injection has been in use since the 1930’s as a way to extract as much power as safely possible from internal combustion engines.It gained widespread use in fighter and bomber aircraft during WWII as a way to extract great amounts of horsepower for takeoff and dog fighting.While the physics are the same today, modern technology has allowed greater power increases and better performance while using even less fluid.You could run one system on a turbo diesel tow vehicle and another system on a race vehicle – getting benefits of performance and reliability on both.

  • Active ImageNish Motorsports has released a new DVD, "The Dream of 425 MPH." This DVD is an excellent viewing of the streamliner, what is was built for and someday what it will do. Terry Nish has a dream of capturing the Goldenrod record of 409.277 mph in 1965. We have two preview clips, read on to see them.


  • Active ImageThe British Steam Car Challenge – which will attempt to set British and World Land Speed Records in excess of 200mph – received a considerable boost recently when Slough Heat & Power in Berkshire provided some steam from a purpose-built gantry to assist the team in their initial trials. After various tests, the car's turbine layout was redesigned and is now successfully generating in excess of 350bhp – the output needed to achieve the records.
    The following joint press release was announced by the SFI Foundation and Impact Racing, LLC today. Impact Racing has provided sworn testimony, that products bearing the SFI label produced in 2009
    and 2010, were manufactured to meet SFI specifications. The SFI Foundation has agreed to uphold the certification of products manufactured in 2009 and 2010. Products bearing manufacture dates
    prior to 2009 have remained decertified. The full press release can be viewed by following this link:
    After careful consideration and investigation by the SCTA Technical Committee, inclusive of information exchanged with representatives from the safety certification organizations SFI and
    Snell, SCTA / BNI has decided to follow their recommendations. In plain English this is how this decision may affect you. If you currently own any of the decertified Impact Racing products listed
    below with manufacture dates prior to 2009, you will be required to replace them with a non-Impact product or Impact product with a manufacture date of 2009 or 2010, prior to competing at an SCTA-BNI
    3.2A 3.2A ††
    Driver Suits (3.2A/1, 3.2A/3, 3.2A/5) Driver Suits (3.2A/10, 3.2A/15, 3.2A/20)
    3.3 Arm Restraints Shoes (3.3/5) Drag Boots (3.3/15, 3.3/20) Gloves (3.3/1, 3.3/5, 3.3/10, 3.3/15, 3.3/20) Harness Pads Helmet Supports Hoods/Balaclavas Socks Underclothing
    16.1    Driver Restraint Assemblies 16.5    Stock Car Driver Restraint Assemblies †
    Other Impact products not listed MAY also be under scrutiny and may be decertified at any time in the future. Impact manufactured helmets ARE NOT decertified at this time. However, if the helmet
    has an SFI certification tag for the nomex interior or balaclavas, then you will be required to use an additional nomex head sock, manufactured by another company, with a SFI certification
    tag attached. For specific questions please contact:
    Lee Kennedy, Technical Director SCTA - BNI This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 805.421.5056 Ext 113(O) 818.519.6896 (C) WWW.SCTA-BNI.org
    Steve Davies, Chief Car Inspector SCTA ñ BNI This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (714) 671-9454
    Van Butler, Motorcycle Committee Chair SCTA ñ BNI This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (949) 497-6478
  • Spring has sprung and 36ers are getting ready to attack the salt of Bonneville and concrete of Maxton and Goliad. Listed below are new websites.....

  • "Racers please note the following correction to the 2009 SCTA Rulebook:

    Section 3-A2, page 23, last sentence SHOULD READ:

    Snell Foundation 2005 (or later) Certification will be required on all helmets beginning January 1, 2011.  Also - from that date on all enclosed-cockpit vehicles - car and motorcycle streamliners - will require SA-rated helmets."

  • Active ImageTop 1 Ack Attack team has been very busy since the 2006 race season ended with them setting a FIM World Land Speed Record (pending ratification), losing it 24 hours later then while trying to up the record again they ran into problems.

    The record was upped to over 350 mph by the BUB Lucky #7 Streamliner. Instead of retiring the Top 1 Ack Attack motorcycle streamliner, owner Mike Akatiff decided lets fix whats broken and go for it in 2007. Read on to find out more.


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