New Ford Mustang Edge Rides Wheel Bars During Fine Line 3.97 Lesson
With plenty of hot eight-kilometer action, the PDRA DeCerbo Construction American Doorslammer Challenge presented by Callies was a big hit during the 2021 drag racing season between May 27-29 at the famous Summit Motorsports Park in Norwalk, Ohio. . It was held there for the first time, but the crowds will likely demand a return in 2022.
After all, there was a lot of jaw-dropping action in different classes, from Extreme to Pro and even support AND quirky. There were many highlights, and one of them is courtesy of the Slammers Drag Racing Gate Youtube channel. We’re talking about a Pro Street skirmish between a fourth-gen New Edge Ford Mustang and a completely reworked black competitor that’s likely a first-gen Chevy Camaro.
Sadly, the folks at DSDR don’t put much perspective behind this encounter except for the name of the highly skilled driver sitting inside the purple Blue Oval racer. Luckily, we got another angle on this race as well through the Precision Turbo & Engine social media page, and we’ve incorporated that below as well.
Its resolution is a bit lower than its YT counterpart, but we couldn’t miss the opportunity to showcase this very cool eight kilometer run from both front and rear. This is because it provides a valuable contribution on the fine line walked by the red New Edge Mustang. Both Pro Street riders look incredibly cool, one sporting early 2000s traits and the other with a touch of 1960s vintage in menacing all-black attire.
But the star of this drag racing show is, without a doubt, the Ford. That’s because the driver (and engineers, probably) masterfully control the boosted monster to drive the caster bars most of the race. And not only does it skillfully avoid rocking the car in a spectacular (and potentially dangerous) crash, it also dips below the four-second threshold.
At the end of the strip he crossed (perhaps with the rear wheels only, so his time could have been even better) the finish line in just 3.97 seconds, easily nailing the victory over the good (but little spectacular) of the rival in 4.24 seconds. .