Torque.TV Adds Drag Racing to Its Motorsport Channel Line Up -

Torque.TV Adds Drag Racing to Its Motorsport Channel Line Up

Torque.TV, the digital television network for motorheads, announced the premiere of Night Under Fire 2007 coverage on its Motorsport channel.

New York, NY – Torque.TV , the digital television network for motorheads, is pleased to announce the premiere of Night Under Fire 2007 coverage on its Motorsport channel.

Torque.TV Night Under Fire’s 30th anniversary programming covers the biggest names in drag racing at the world’s largest single day drag racing event, blending a ton of Jet fuel, some Nitro methane, over 40 thousand screaming fans, and enough pyrotechnic power to invade a small country!

"Torque.TV’s digital automotive network is the perfect place to bring event organizers, sponsors, and die hard fans together – on their schedule! Drag racing fans, and all motorsport fans, will find something to like in this coverage," says Jesse Raiford, CEO.

Highlights include:

– John Force & daughter Ashley Force in a rare head-to-head: a Funny Car field that includes Robert Height, the Pedregons, Tim Wilkerson, and his Son Dan.
– Kent Shockley and the Shockwave, the worlds fastest and most powerful jet truck which holds the Guinness record for jet-truck speed at 376 miles per hour running 36,000 horsepower.
– "Retro" Nitro – Featuring Joe Haas, Justin Grant, and Troy Martin along with the reincarnation of Don Shumacher’s Chi Town Hustler and Stardust Funny cars.
– Wheel Standers: Crowd favorites including Joe Klimarcheck’s Tank called Hell on Wheels and Richard Hutchins’ Dodge/Chevy/ Volkswagen Franken car.

"Torque.TV is the only place on the web where motorsport fans, and all motorheads, don’t have to settle for blurry, small screen videos.  Torque’s technology gives viewers full screen action at the level of quality that racing and event coverage demands," added Raiford.

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