In the 1950s, NHRA formed the Safety Safari to educate competitors at small dragstrips across the United States. A four-man crew made up the original “Drag Safari” as it was then known. That crew used a station wagon to pull one small, camper-style trailer containing all of the gear needed to stage a drag race: timing equipment, a PA system, field telephones, a one-cylinder generator, and miles of stainless-steel wire to bring all the electronic equipment to life. Of course, they also had their trusty sanctioned event banner which we have reproduced.
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