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Drag Illustrated Radio, like the magazine, is to drag racing what Rolling Stone is to the music industry. It's all about maintaining a focus on the “rock stars” of the sport, and on the strategies, equipment, and experiences that get them to the finish line first.

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Drag Illustrated Radio returns to the internet airwaves with Wes & Wyatt in the Evening at 9:00 PM CST. Joining Wes & Wyatt tonight will be legendary Pro Street racer, Pat Musi, who will take to the quarter-mile at the NHRA... more

Drag Illustrated Radio will take to the airwaves again tonight at 9:00 PM Central Standard Time with FRANKIE "THE MAD MAN" TAYLOR as a special guest following his INCREDIBLE performance at the recently completed ADRL U.S.... more

Wes and Wyatt in the Evenings returns to Drag Illustrated Radio for Episode #6. Taking on all things drag racing, the tag team will hit on the upcoming ADRL U.S. Drags in Virginia, as well as make predictions as to who will go the distance in... more

Wes and Wyatt in the Evenings returns to Drag Illustrated Radio for Episode #5. Taking on all things drag racing, the tag team will hit on the upcoming NHRA Southern Nationals, the quarter-mile versus eighth-mile debate, the NHRA's... more

Wes and Wyatt in the Evenings returns to Drag Illustrated Radio for Episode #4. Themed entirely around Pro Stock Racing with veteran Pro Stock crew chief, Chris Bell, as our special guest for the evening. We'll also launch into... more

Drag Illustrated Radio with Wes and Wyatt in the Evening returns to the airwaves for their third show. Join in on the fun by calling or entering the chat room, we'd love to hear what you have to say about any and all things drag racing. From... more

Drag Illustrated Radio, like the magazine, is to drag racing what Rolling Stone is to the music industry. It's all about maintaining a focus on the “rock stars” of the sport, and on the strategies, equipment, and experiences that get them to the... more

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