Torco Racing Fuels NHRA Nationals
Will looks to Torco Nationals to move up in points
This will be the first time in five years that the NHRA circuit has contested an event at
“Since we haven’t raced at the
“You go about it like any other race. You hope that the track has been prepared properly. Also, weather conditions, like cool, dry temperatures and/or cloud cover, will make a bad track look good. There are so many variables that go into making a track good. A lot of people think it’s just spraying traction compound down and going, but you have to consider the whole package. How much rubber is down on the track. The type of rubber that is on the track. How the track is cleaned and prepped and thinks like that before traction compound goes down.
"There are just so many things that go into making a good racing surface. In the end, you cross your fingers and hope that you have the right conditions and the right tune up for those conditions.”
Will, who has gone to one final round this season and is currently ninth in the NHRA POWERade Top Fuel point standings, is one of the leading candidates for the Automobile Club of Southern California Road to the Future Award. The award, which is decided by a distinguished panel of auto racing journalists, is presented to the outstanding rookie in a professional category, along with a check for $20,000.
Will, who drives the KB Racing LLC-owned,
“Hillary is up to the challenge of moving up in the points,” added Jim O. “She is driving well and her reaction times are right where they need to be. We tested after
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