Reality Docudrama that chronicles the life of three Top Fuel Drag racers, their team and families as they compete during the NHRA POWERade Drag Racing Series.

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Episode One The NHRA POWERade Series goes to Vegas. The action and the pressure heat up as the season comes to a close. Highlights See what goes on behind the scenes as Tony Schumacher wins Top Fuel, and Ron Capps fights for the #1 spot in Funny Car. Written by Ryan C. Johnson

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American Dragster a definite hit
15 August 2007 | by See all my reviews

In a day and age where the reality T.V. show reigns supreme, there is just nothing out there that can top this show. I don't like reality TV shows normally but since I am a Drag Racing Fanatic, this show is one of the best out there today. American Dragster season one follows Ron Capps and Tony Schumacher and their quest for the World Championship in there respective classes. Follow Ron as he fights to stay alive in the Funny Car chase in 05, and watch Tony as he savors his second championship in a row, and watch as he becomes a spectator to his two Funny Car teammates (Gary Scelzi and Ron Capps) as they both fight John Force for the 2005 funny car championship. American Dragster is one of the best behind the scenes shows out there today. If you enjoy season one as I have you will definitely enjoy season 2. Currently the show is in the process of getting season 3 started, so look for season 3 next year.It will be worth the wait.

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