Round 1 at Bowling Green KY 2018 Hot Rod Reunion. Julius Hughes in Atlanta Speed Shop's Top Fueler leaves on Mendy Fry and Hi Speed Motorsports only to watch her streak by at half track. Atlanta Speed Shop running an old 1970's KB block with used and borrowed parts! See ya'll in 2019!
2018 at the NHRA Hot Rod Reunion Race, the team lines up to run first round of eliminations. We qualified 8th with a 6.36 at 241 MPH. That put us up against Hi Speed Motorsports for first round of the race.
September 2017 at the Tulsa Nitro Nationals. The team prepares for the first round of eliminations after qualifying fifth with an E.T. of 6.13 at 243 MPH. This was our third race with this car.
A.S.S. completed the car in time for June 2016 NHRA Hot Rod Reunion at Bowling Green, KY. The team worked hard to complete licensing for NHRA Nostalgia Top Fuel competition. In 2017 we returned to Bowling Green and qualified 10th but were lucky enough to race first round as an alternate.
Engine build by Atlanta Speed Shop through a partnership between Julius Hughes III and Shane Beaty in 2006. The chassis is a 1999 Horton 200".
Car purchased from Tommy Ivo in 1970. Engine build by Atlanta Speed Shop. The car was last raced by Julius Hughes, Jr @ Pomona in 1971 and was destroyed later in the year with Don Dixon driving the car @ Miami-Hollywood Speedway. Don Dixon was the Head Machinist for Atlanta Speed Shop from 1970-1987.
Engine build by Atlanta Speed Shop through a partnership between Julius Hughes, Jr, Frank Brumby and Harold Springs. It was a Woody Gilmore "Top Fuel" dragster. The car won the 1965 Division 2 NHRA Points Championship with a small block on 50% nitro.
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