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Published 12/5/23

Photo Gallery: Images from the Strip

WORDS: THE BLOCK

PHOTOS: LUCAS PRIAMO

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It’s only been a month since the 2023 NHRA season wrapped up, but we’re already missing the roar of engines in all the classes, and especially the sensation of 11,000-horsepower nitromethane-powered beasts trying to rotate the earth underneath us.

Although we can’t replicate the feeling of cars leaving the starting line, we can savor the impressive visuals.

Brittany Force performs a burnout before leaving the starting line in her Chevrolet Top Fuel dragster.

During this fall’s Betway NHRA Carolina Nationals at zMAX Dragway near Charlotte, our crew gathered some killer shots on the track as the sun dropped from the sky and night descended on the strip.

The photo gallery below highlights all of the Chevrolet-powered John Force Racing machines in Top Fuel and Funny Car as they reach speeds over 330 mph.

Plus, we’ve got action from Pro Stock. The Camaro SS is the vehicle of choice in the factory hot rod class featuring naturally aspirated, 500 cu.-in. engines and five-speed transmissions.

Spend some time with each image; we hope they help make the wait for the season-opening NHRA Gatornationals at Gainesville Raceway in March just a little bit shorter.


Also, keep watching The BLOCK for much more on Chevrolet Performance and all motorsports disciplines.

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