Draglist.com Story Photos for 2002 by Various Photographers

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The Ken's Speed Shop Corvette ran hard for cheap. Photo from Fred Vosk's Wall of Fame

The King nails puts his foot into 7,000 Clydesdales. Photo by Pete Gemar

The King's Farewell Tour -- Tucson Jan. 25 at the Cactus Moon. Photo by Pete Gemar

The Oakley Mad Science Division was in force as Scotty Cannon tuned up for the season. Photo by Chris Stinson

The only visible signs of Cannon's new partnership with Schumacher Motorsports were the Matco Tools decals and the huge Bazemore-esque wing! Photo by Chris Stinson

The Sitko family and Top Alcohol racing have been synonymous for years. Photo by Sheryl Ogonoski

The Sitko Family Racing machine shows the after effects of Top Alcohol Mud Bog racing. Photo by Sheryl Ogonoski

The Sugarman punishes the slicks on this awesome burnout. Photographer unknown

The Tri-State Top Fuel Chevy nostalgia digger wants to race! Book them and let me know when you do it! Photo thanks to Stephen McClain

This awesome coffee table is a warm reminder of Steve Leache's former partner, John Morey. Photo by Steve Leache

This top fuel dragster measures 20 feet long and was carved from three tons of ice! Photo by Julian Bayley

Tim Slagle gets big speed at Maple Grove in 2001. Photo by Ron Dilley

Tom Dawes' Freedom Machine at the '74 March Meet with OJ McKenney up. Photo by Dave Kommel

Tony Schumacher pulled up next to Laurie Watts in the staging lanes at Phoenix this weekend, offering an interesting comparison in eras. Photo by Laurie Watts

Total destruction lies in the wake of the effort. Back against those woods will soon be a new Motorplex tower! Photo by Stephen Jones

TV Tommy Ivo and Don Garlits traded barbs before inducting Darryl Gwynn. Photo by Phil Elliott

Vic and Geno Terenzio pose with their full size Hustler Monza BB Funny Car. Photo by Anthony Terenzio


You saw it here -- Berserko Bob Doerrer flag starts two jet cars. Photo by Norman Blake

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