Welcome to the Asleep at the Wheel Racing Team (tm) Website
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Based in Austin Texas, the Asleep at the Wheel Racing Team (tm) recently celebrated our 222nd event win. We also have approximately 129 runner-ups, and 133 semi-final finishes running in Stock Eliminator, Quick Rod, Electronics, Footbrake, and Jr Dragster Bracket categories at dragstrips in the Central, Southern, and Northern Texas area (As of September, 2011).
This is our 2004 Joe Monden Rear Engine Dragster that we race in NHRA SuperComp and ET bracket competition.
Using a 555CI Reher Morrison Super Series Big Block Chevy, this car has run 7.90 second ETs at 170MPH
Driven by team co-owner Tim Lee who has accumulated 131 wins, 81 runner-ups, and 88 semi-final round finishes since 1989,
and by Dylan Lee who has a career 90 wins, 47 runner-ups, and 45 semi-final round finishes
This is our 86 Buick Regal T-type that can be seen in the SpeedTV coverage of the San Antonio Pinks All Out race.
This car was formally run as a NHRA Super Stock GT class car, but has now been reassigned to ET bracket duty.
It utilizes a Chevy small block bracket motor. The transmission is a Jerry Backstrand modified Hughes Powerglide using a Hughes converter. The Eas-Tex Racecars built back-half has 4-link and Koni coilovers, a Ford 9" housing Strange Engineering components, and a 5.14 gearset. We run this car in Top ET bracket class (AKA Electronics) and occasionally Heavy/Modified (footbrake) classes.
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