A dragstrip is a facility for conducting automobile and motorcycle acceleration events such as drag racing. Although a quarter mile (1320 feet, 402 m) is the best known measure for a drag track, ten feet longer than three-sixteenths, or a quarter of a mile long (660/1,000/1320 feet, 201/304.8/402 metres), with an additional.
Drag racing is a type of motor racing in which automobiles or motorcycles compete, usually two . The standard distance of a drag race is 1,320 feet, 402 m , or 1/4 mile. However, due to safety . Modern Top Fuel dragsters are 25 ft (7.6 m) long and weigh 2,320 lb (1,050 kg) in race-ready trim. Methanol mixed with up to 90%.
It's given that scale 1/4 mile drag strips work out as follows: 1/64 (HO): 20.6 feet 1/ 32: 41.25 feet 1/24: 55 feet. So where did scale 1000 feet.