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337.54 MPH set by the king himself tony schumacher. he holds the record for fastest MPH in NHRA history.

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Who has the fastest drag racing record?

Tony Schumacher in a Top Fuel dragster. 4.42 seconds @ 336mph in 1/4 mile


What is the name of the fastest class of drag racing?

Nhra, Top Fuel Eliminator.


Where was racing invented?

ever since ancient times people had the need for speed. chariot races are about the beginning and top fuel drag racing is currently the fastest.


Fastest speed ever by a drag motorcycle?

NHRA pro stock records are 6.87et and 211 mph N/A I-4 or V-twin The fuel drag bikes are in the high 5s at almost 250 mph!!


Is a drag racing car the fastest thing on earth?

It depends what you define as "fastest". Dragsters, specifically the top fuel dragster can have up to 8000hp. They are, bar NOTHING the fastest ACCELERATING vehicle on the planet. But, things such as rockets will make a higher top speed.


What is the fastest drag racing car?

currently Nhra Top Fuel Dragster (4.42@336mph 1/4mile)(3.735@332mph 1000'), fastest time ever record on a drag strip was 3.86@386mph rocket powered funny car at santa pod dragstrip in 1984, before rcoket cars were banned. Fastest quater mile time(not on a drag strip) was at El Mirage, rocket power dragster 3.225@392mph in 1977


What is the fastest drag car in the world?

currently Nhra Top Fuel Dragster (4.42@336mph 1/4mile)(3.735@332mph 1000'), fastest time ever record on a drag strip was 3.86@386mph rocket powered funny car at santa pod dragstrip in 1984, before rcoket cars were banned. Fastest quater mile time(not on a drag strip) was at El Mirage, rocket power dragster 3.225@392mph in 1977


Who makes the fastest engine in drag racing?

Those Keith Black hemi's have always been the choice motor for top fuel.


What is the second fastest team sport in the world?

I think it would be NHRA Top Fuel drag racing first and then Indy car second


Why do aeroplanes and cars have stremlined body?

They have a streamlined body so that they could travel faster without much drag. Drag is the force that pulls on a car or airplane to slow its forward movement. If you reduce the drag force, then the car will burn less fuel while traveling the same speed OR it will travel at a faster speed at the same fuel burn.


What is the fastest ever speed in NHRA history?

Tony Schumacher, 2005, 337.58 mph, top fuel dragster,


What is the top speed of a top fuel dragster?

336mph in the quarter mile, 1000ft record is at 332mph


Fastest car in the world 2009record?

Fastest --> Koenigsegg CCX [Power: its bio-fuel version CCXR develops 1018bhp; Top Speed: 417 km/h] 2nd Fastest --> Bugatti Veyron 16.4 [Power: 1001 hp; Top Speed: 407.5 km/h] by Mayank Mehta


Why does a car use more fuel going 70mph then going 50mph?

two things cause a car to slow down friction from the wheels and drag from the air. cars experience resistance from the air (drag) and this resistance increases as the speed of the air/car increases. As a result the more fuel is needed to keep the car going at a higher constant speed (you have to press harder on the gas pedal at that speed).


Why are the tips of the wing turned up on an airplane?

They are called winglets, the main function of the winglets is to reduce drag. Reducing drag increases speed and decreases fuel consumption, thereby extending range and saving money.


Which driver has won the most Top Fuel drag racing championships?

Tony Schumacher won seven Top Fuel championships. The most in NHRA Top Fuel drag racing


Why do airplanes need to be streamlined?

Airplanes are streamlined in order to reduce drag (coefficient of friction). This allows for less resistance, less fuel consumption, and greater speed.


Why an airplane is streamlined?

In flight the engine thrust must overcome the air resistance, or drag. Drag depends on frontal area (for example, large, airliner; small, fighter plane) and shape (drag coefficient); in level flight, drag equals thrust. The drag is reduced by streamlining the plane, resulting in higher speed and reduced fuel consumption for a given power. Less fuel need be carried for a given distance of travel, so a larger payload (cargo or passengers) can be carried.


What is the fastest growing fuel?

natural gas


What causes engine drag when accelerating?

dirty fuel filter


Why is the drag on lorries important?

The higher the drag causes higher fuel consumption, thereby raising the cost of haulage.


Is fuel consumption for bulk carriers same as for container ships?

Fuel consumption is dependant on the power required to operate the ship. This is a function of the vessels design speed and resistance or drag. A container vessel travels at much higher speeds than a bulk carrier and since an increase in speed will lead to a cubed increase in fuel consumption, it takes a lot more fuel to travel at this higher speed. However, the drag of a bulk carrier is much higher than that of a container vessel of the same dimensions since the container vessel has much finer lines under water. Basically, if the two vessels are travelling at the same speed then the container vessel will consume less fuel but since containers vessels are suppposed to travel at twice the speed of a bulk carrier. the bulk carrier in practice consumes less fuel providing the two ships are the same size,


Why fish are streamlined?

They are streamlined for the same reason that jet airliners are: to reduce drag and increase speed moving through the water or air. This reduces the amount of energy (fuel) needed.


How fast is a cruises ship?

Different ships have different cruising speeds, most cruise ships cruise at about 20 to 25 knots (37 to 46 km/h) Cruise speed is the most fuel efficient speed, not the fastest speed a ship can go.


What holds the fastest land speed record?

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