Ford returned to the NHRA after the start of the season.

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Pomona, calif. – at the auto club circuit, the SAN Antonio, calif., company has kicked off the 2018 NHRA melo yellow drag racing series in an impressive way. Taska knocked out the tractor in his first two qualifying rounds and kicked off a pair of 3.98 seconds. Unable to pass in the last two rounds, tusca will win the 14th place with jack beckman in the first round, which won third place.
In the first round of the knockout, Tasca keep all eight cylinder engine light – this is in the process of the whole run the game in the category of nitro fuel rare thing – but for demanding beckman is very short. Overcoming the delicate and warm conditions of the track, Eric lane’s ford mustang is part of a few funny cars.
“Before we pulled out of the pit, there was a big change in running until we ran out. Many teams are scrambling to make major changes. Major changes. I’m not talking about a slight change, but a major change that keeps the car going down the track. You see a lot of good cars pulling out tires early. One of the things we do with Eric (Lane, captain) is that we don’t give up. We’re going to get people to earn them. We want to go. We know that you are likely to smoke when the temperature changes a lot.
The bottom line for this team is that since we put the car together, we’ve done five full-speed passes. We just need to run. Our early Numbers were too slow. Too slow. Some of the changes we’ve made today are positive. The car ran 324 miles per hour for the first time because it was hot today. We will go to phoenix in a good direction. We will pull it all out. The stronger the pull, the better we will be. These guys are perfect on this Motorcraft Mustang. I’m proud of them. Very hard.”
The first
Turn: 3.984 seconds / 321.04 miles.
Second round: 3.985 seconds /322.50 miles third leg: 4.786.
Seconds / 166.93 miles.
Fourth round: 4.214 secs /227.08 miles per hour.
knockout


The first round: jack beckman (3.98 seconds / 333.00 miles) beat Bob taska (4.016 seconds /324.12 miles per hour).
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Bob tuscka three – NHRA car ford mustang talk about your elimination race.
(jack) BECKMAN: “before we pulled out of the pit, there was a big change in running until we ran out. Many teams are scrambling to make major changes. Major changes. I’m not talking about a slight change, but a major change that keeps the car going down the track. You see a lot of good cars pulling out tires early. One of the things we do with Eric (Lane, captain) is that we don’t give up. We’re going to get people to earn them. We want to go. We know that you are likely to smoke when the temperature changes a lot. The bottom line for this team is that since we put the car together, we’ve done five full-speed passes. We just need to run. Our early Numbers were too slow. Too slow. Some of the changes we’ve made today are positive. The car ran 324 miles per hour for the first time because it was hot today. We will go to phoenix in a good direction. We will pull it all out. The stronger the pull, the better we will be. These guys are perfect on this Motorcraft Mustang. I’m proud of them. Very hard.”
When you see all the car failures, have you started tracking your mind? “Absolutely. A lot of what we do is visualization. I was imagining (in the car) that I had to step on it. I was getting ready to get off and make sure the car was straight and rolled back on the accelerator. That’s all I thought of. Then you turn on the gas, the car takes off, and I see jake pull out in front of me, and I look forward to what happens. We kept him honest there. He has a better track. He has a better car this weekend. We want him to win the game and give him the chance to win the game there. That’s what we do with the data that we have. We’ll go back to the computer and tell us what to do, and I’m very confident that we’ll be better in a few weeks. ”
How many of you were adjusting the route when you adjusted fortmanstein? “The razor is thin. For us, the big change in the shift lane is a tenth or a third of a pound of tire pressure on the clutch. Very little. We’re talking about very small adjustments, but these adjustments are the differences that go along the trajectory. Obviously, we didn’t set running and 3.85 (seconds) to run this weekend. If we try to get out of the low post, we may not be able to do it. So we want to be out in the first round and go all out and win. Eric is not happy that we are not better qualified. Believe me, no one is more confident than I am to let this car go to 3.80s. The last thing we want to do is throw away running and smoking. We gave us a good chance to win the game, which is exactly what we did.

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