NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series | Driver(s): Matt Sackman| Top Alcohol Dragster | Track: Route 66 Raceway | TV: NHRA.tv
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Fiona Crisp will drive Randy Meyer Racing Team's second championship-winning Top Alcohol Dragster to make her NHRA debuts this weekend, July 28-30, at the Heartland Motorsports Park Lucas Oil Regional race. Crisp who is based out of Sydney, Australia has never...
Written by Darin Williams Jr | Competition Plus That didn't take long. Megan Meyer, a two-time NHRA Top Alcohol Dragster world champion, announced her unretirement earlier this year and wasted little time rekindling her winning ways. Meyer took home top honors in the...
World Champ Megan Meyer to Return to Top Alcohol Dragster for 2022 Eddyville’s Night of Fire, Mo-Kan’s Nitro Chaos
Two-time NHRA Top Alcohol Dragster world champion Megan Meyer, who stepped away from competition after the 2020 season to start a family, will return to the driver’s seat of a Randy Meyer Racing A/Fuel dragster for two races this summer. With support from Meyer Truck...
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About Randy Meyer
Randy began his drag racing career in 1978. With multiple wins and moving up the ranks, Randy entered the fast-growing Top Alcohol Dragster Class of NHRA in 2001, setting the stage for his most successful years of racing. Randy handed the driving duties over to Gary Ormbsy Jr in 2002. Together, they set a new record as the first Top Alcohol Dragster to run in the teens with a solid 5.135-second pass in the quarter-mile drag strip. Randy tuned Alan Bradshaw to the Top Alcohol Dragster World Championship in 2003 and cemented the Meyer name as a force in the Top Alcohol ranks. Multiple men and women have been in the driver’s seat of the Randy Meyer Racing Top Alcohol Dragsters, but none have been as successful as Randy. As a championship team owner and driver, Randy has won 6 Central Regional Championships with over 20 event wins and has set numerous track records across the nation. Read More