Practice Tree Tips!

Some tips about how to use your time wisely when hitting the practice tree. This is based on a conversation with Erica Enders-Stevens (@erica_enders) at the NHRA Southern Nationals in 2014.

Four Wide Practice Tree App Update


Have any of you ever raced four wide? If you have – let us know! We’d love to hear stories about what its like.

It seems like it is confusing to keep track of which lane you are in. That is why we have it do a staggered staging and let you pick the lane before you enter the staging beams. It makes it that much more difficult! Try it out!

We pushed out a new update to the Four Wide Practice Tree app last night. Just wanted to let you know about it. Fixed some bugs and made it operate a little smoother. If you have any feedback – please let us know. We are working on more updates but wanted to get this out to you ASAP. We love hitting the tree 4-WIDE!


Every once in a while, someone will ask us: “Why don’t you keep up with what is going in NHRA?”. NHRA Drag Racing

The fact is – we do. We just don’t report on it. Current events on a particular sanctioning body is “not in our wheelhouse“, but we definitely keep up.

We thought we should share some info on where we go to keep up in the form of a categorized listing. Hopefully this is helpful.




Its tough to keep up with all the latest from each team individually – but we would encourage you to find your favorite ones on Facebook or create a Twitter account and follow them there. Sure, there is a bunch of extra fluff you don’t care about – but it is worth it because you get to be “in the driver’s circles”.

Do you have any favorite sources of NHRA News? Let us know – leave us a comment so we can all benefit! Thank you!.

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What is the SBRA?

Are you competing at SBRA events in 2014? Let us know how it goes!

SBRA is the Southern Bracket Racing Association. It is a series of events at both quarter mile and eighth mile IHRA and NHRA sanctioned tracks in the south eastern part of the United States.

We had some people asking what the SBRA was, and thought it was time to answer the question once and for all!