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The Warped Speed team wrapped up a great season in Las Vegas at the Toyota NHRA Nationals. Thanks to all the fans for their support in 2014!

Jet Facts

Top Speed: 309.83
Top E.T.: 5.12
Thrust: 6400 lbs.
Type of Fuel: Jet A
Gallons per run: 20
Engine: Pratt and Whitney J-60

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What Happens in Las Vegas Goes World Wide!

The WSR team struck gold in the silver state at the NHRA National event in Las Vegas. Friday nights run between the Incinerator and Devastator received major air time on ESPN. Everyone was a TV star for a few minutes and the race cars were feeling their stardom too. They performed like rock stars showing off with a spectacular 290 MPH side by side pass.

On Saturday night we decided to go all out with a “go or blow tune” on the Devastator but unfortunately she bucked like a stubborn mule. The Incinerator, on the other hand, ran the quickest time for the jet cars - 294 MPH!

As we bring the 2014 season to a close, I reflect on victories and defeats, challenges answered and mostly the great people of this sport which we have the pleasure to meet.

From the entire Warped Speed Racing Team, we wish you all a great winter and Happy Holiday season!

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Warped Speed vs. the Blue Max and More!

There is nothing better for an old roadie than going from one race directly to another. I do not know if two races in a row qualify as being on tour, but for this old roadie, it certainly does!

First stop on the tour was Rocky Mountain Raceways in Salt Lake City. The jets were booked in alongside a division race. I have not seen so many cars since the U.S. Nationals! Mother Nature let us all take Saturday off so she could spread some moisture around. So come Sunday it was on! The Incinerator and Devastator were once again locked together - both running low 5.70s @ 281 MPH. The last pass had a major electrical storm passing over, so with our fire show competing with natures lightening show, the fans were getting their fill. Towing back to the pits, nature must have felt she lost, so she dumped a monsoon on us!

Monday morning the truck hit the road for Cajun country - Baton Rouge Louisiana. I have to say that I have had a lot of good times racing jet cars, but at this race, we paired-up the Warped Speed Jet Funny Car with the legendary Blue Max Nitro Funny Car, and it was one of the most thrilling races ever! When the tree came down, I hit he burner and the Max hit the loud pedal. It was the coolest sound I have ever heard!! I could hear those ponies and smell the nitro, and to top it off, I got to do it twice!!! In between these runs, we ran the Devastator and Incinerator, posting low 5.20s at nearly 300 mph.

Now, back to the shop for a little maintenance then on to Las Vegas for the TOYOTA NHRA NATIONALS. See ya at the races! Richard Smith

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