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40 years after his father Tripp’s upset Funny Car win at the 1982 World Finals, Travis Shumake will return to southern California with the same goal; play spoiler. In 1982, the elder Shumake was brought in by Funny Car legend Billy Meyer as a “blocker” to defeat...
The day following the conclusion of the NHRA Nevada Nationals in Las Vegas, Lyle Barnett and Jacob Mcneal jumped in the pair of Top Alcohol Dragsters (TAD) owned and tuned by Randy Meyer to earn their NHRA TAD licenses. Lyle Barnett, current Pro Modified driver...
Hunter Green posted his first career semifinal appearance this weekend at the 37th annual Texas NHRA FallNationals after defeating Shawn Cowie and David Sheetz. Unfortunately, Hunter’s teammate Julie Nataas did not make the 16-car field with her best time of 5.381,...
Top Alcohol Dragster
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