Who owns Al-Anabi Racing?

Who owns Al-Anabi Racing?

Team owner Alan Johnson has attempted to pick up the pieces of Al-Anabi’s abrupt departure. Johnson is campaigning just one Top Fuel dragster at this weekend’s Winternationals with Langdon behind the wheel. The team is also entered in the next race in Phoenix in two weeks, but after that the future is uncertain.

Who owns Bahrain racing?

King Shaikh Abdullah bin Hamad Al Khalifa
Bahrain 1 Racing is a collaboration of Sheikh Abdullah, Justin Bond, Khalid AlBalooshi, Jeffrey Barker and Stevie ‘fast’ Jackson. Owned by Personal Representative of His Majesty the King Shaikh Abdullah bin Hamad Al Khalifa.

What is Brandon Bernstein doing now?

In 2020, Lucas Oil welcomed Brandon Bernstein as the Director of Partnership Marketing. In his role, Brandon is responsible for all Lucas Oil athlete sponsorships which support Lucas Oil’s grassroots racing initiatives.

What does Al Anabi mean?

Other teams were named for tool companies or soft drinks. Theirs, Al-Anabi, means “Go Team Maroon” and would echo the rallying cry of Qatar, a petroleum-rich country of about a million people that’s roughly the size of Connecticut.

Who broke the 300 mph in drag racing?

Kenny Bernstein
At 4:44 p.m. March 20, Kenny Bernstein made drag-racing history by becoming the first driver to eclipse the 300-mph mark. Bernstein recorded the fastest speed ever for a Top Fueler at 301.70 mph in his Budweiser King dragster.

Does Morgan Lucas still race?

Morgan will continue to compete for the POWERade Series championship in his Top Fuel car. He’s also going after a Lucas Oil Series title in the Top Alcohol dragster class, and he’ll have a new teammate in J.R. Todd, who has five wins in his two years in the Top Fuel class.

What is the fastest quarter mile ever?

Watch Rimac Nevera Go Beyond Plaid: Sets New 1/4 Mile World Record

  • #1 8.74 seconds @ 165.52 mph (without burn out.
  • #2 8.612 seconds @ 166.99 mph (with burn out)
  • Record pass: 8.582 seconds at 167.51 mph (269.5 km/h)

Who owns Lucas Oil?


Where is Kenny Bernstein?

Well, he’s certainly not hanging out at racetracks; anything but, in fact. Now 75, Bernstein and his wife Sheryl split their time between homes in western Colorado — they’re legal residents of the Centennial State — and southern California.

What is the fastest drag car ever?

Driver Brittany Force took just 3.659 seconds to cross the finish line. Her dragster was traveling at 338.17 mph, beating out race legend Tony Schumacher’s previous record of 336.57 mph. When you need two parachutes to slow down after a race, you know you’re driving the fastest drag car.

How fast can a Formula 1 car do the quarter-mile?

But ultimately, on each occasion, the F1 car gets its act together and beats the Chiron to the line. The timing gear registers a 9.2-second quarter mile for the Red Bull and 9.6 seconds for the Bugatti.

How much is the Lucas Oil family worth?

Lucas and her husband, Forrest Lucas, founded Lucas Oil in 1989, giving the family a net worth of some $300 million, according to CelebrityNetWorth.com. The company owns naming rights to the the Indianapolis Colts football stadium, a $120 million deal that will keep the facility named Lucas Oil Stadium through 2026.

What is Brandon Bernstein doing?

After losing his ride for Morgan Lucas Racing in 2013, Brandon became Al-Anabi Racing’s general manager. He is currently the GM for Alan Johnson Racing.

Who is the best drag racer of all time?

TOP 50 RACERS (1951-2000)
1. Don Garlits Don Prudhomme
5. Shirley Muldowney Warren Johnson
9. Joe Amato Mickey Thompson
13. Pat Austin Ronnie Sox