Unlike multi-car racing races that run dozens of laps, drag is a form of knockout duel super speed racing on a mere 400 meters. Although the road is so short and flat since the advent of this kind of racing, many racers have paid the price of their health and their lives for this short and adventurous hobby.
Drag Race is a popular speed sport in the world with more than 200 different categories. Drag Race originated in the United States and is also most popular here. These days, these races have grown in popularity and are available all over the world, with great interest from speed enthusiasts.
Drag is a much simpler racing genre than any other fast sport. The rules of the game are simple: only 2 vehicles join, start and run in two straight parallel lanes with a standard length of 1/4 mile – approximately 402 m (with highest rating for this section) just 301 m). The car that runs first is the winner. Therefore, the most important factor in drag is the ability to accelerate dramatically. It is worth mentioning that the distance behind the finish line is often longer than the main track to give the car room to brake!