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NHRA Webisode 5

Tony Schumacher and his Crew Chief explain what goes on behind the scenes.

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  • NHRA Webisode 1

    Tony Schumacher and his Racing Team explain what they do to keep the team winnin...

    CATEGORY: Racing

    TAGS: Army Racing Dragster

    NHRA Webisode 1
    02:23
  • NHRA Webisode 3

    Mike Green will take you for a tour around the race trailers.

    CATEGORY: Racing

    TAGS: Army Racing NHRA

    NHRA Webisode 3
    02:17
  • NHRA Webisode 4

    Tony Schumacher and his Racing Team explain what they do to keep the team winnin...

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    TAGS: Army Racing NHRA

    NHRA Webisode 4
    02:13
  • NHRA Webisode 5

    Tony Schumacher and his Crew Chief explain what goes on behind the scenes.

    CATEGORY: Racing

    TAGS: Army Racing NHRA

    NHRA Webisode 5
    01:09
  • Episode 5:

    A Bradley Fighting Vehicle goes pretty fast. Maybe not quite as fast as a dragst...

    CATEGORY: Technology and Weapons

    TAGS: 91M Armored Vehicles

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  • Bradley Tank Maintainer / NHRA Dragster Crew Chief

    Go under the hoods with mechanics of a Bradley Fighting System and an NHRA drag...

    CATEGORY: Technology and Weapons

    TAGS: 91M Armored Vehicles

    Bradley Tank Maintainer / NHRA Dragster Crew Chief
    05:04
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NHRA Webisode 5

Tony Schumacher and his Crew Chief explain what goes on behind the scenes.

Speed, power, teamwork, technology, it's all incorporated in this U.S. Army top fuel dragster. This is the fastest machine on the planet. We go 337 mph in 4 seconds, and make 8,000 horsepower. To put into perspective I go from zero to one hundred mph in under one second. The technology that we put into this racecar is second to none, but the speed, the power, of these U.S. Army mechanics that work on this car, have 75 minutes to put this 8,000 horsepower Chrysler hemi together.
Nothing works better, nothing works faster, and we have the most technology seen on the planet. To make 8,000 horsepower accelerate into 330 mph in 4 seconds. There is many things that contribute U.S. Army car winning races and going fast, but what drives me the most is knowing there is over a million Soldiers behind me, supporting me and what I do, and giving me the right freedom to do what we love.
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