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European Drag Racing Championship

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The European Drag Racing Championship is a combination of four Drag Racing categories that have competed in six events since 1996.[1] The European Drag Racing Season is held from May to September in four countries; UK, Sweden, Finland and Germany.[1] Each drag race category pairs two drivers that compete against each other and the winner is the racer with the lowest reaction time and elapsed time over a designated destination.[2] The drivers are adjudicated points for their performance at each stage which are tallied for a given season.[3]

FIA European Drag Racing Championship logo
FIA European Drag Racing Championship logo

History

European Drag Racing Championship at Santa Pod Raceway
European Drag Racing Championship at Santa Pod Raceway

Champions[4][5][6]

Prior to 2006 the Pro Mod Champion was determined by the winner of the Nordic Drag Racing Series (NDRS), which is part of the Swedish Drag Racing Board.[5][7]

2018 Champions[8]
Category Driver Nationality
Top Fuel Dragster Anita Mäkelä Finland
Top Methanol Dragster Dennis Habermann Germany
Pro Stock Car Bengt Ljungdahl Sweden
Pro Modified Jimmy Ålund Sweden
2017 Champions[9]
Category Driver Nationality
Top Fuel Dragster Duncan Micallef Malta
Top Methanol Dragster Timo Habermann Germany
Pro Stock Car Bengt Ljungdahl Sweden
Pro Modified Michael Gullqvist Sweden
2016 Champions[10]
Category Driver Nationality
Top Fuel Dragster Anita Mäkelä Finland
Top Methanol Dragster Jonny Lagg Sweden
Pro Stock Car Jimmy Ålund Sweden
Pro Modified Michael Gullqvist Sweden
Top Methanol Funny Car Johnny Oksa Finland
2015 Champions[11]
Category Driver Nationality
Top Fuel Dragster Mikael Kågered Sweden
Top Methanol Dragster Dennis Habermann Germany
Pro Stock Car Thomas Lindstrőm Sweden
Pro Modified Michael Gullqvist Sweden
Top Methanol Funny Car Leif Andreasson Sweden
2014 Champions
Category Driver Nationality
Top Fuel Dragster Mikael Kågered Sweden
Top Methanol Dragster Chris Polidano Malta
Pro Stock Car Jimmy Ålund Sweden
Pro Modified Mattias Wulcan Sweden
Top Methanol Funny Car Johan Lindberg Sweden
2013 Champions
Category Driver Nationality
Top Fuel Dragster Thomas Naatas Norway
Top Methanol Dragster Jonny Lagg Sweden
Pro Stock Car Jimmy Ålund Sweden
Pro Modified Michael Gullqvist Sweden
Top Methanol Funny Car Jonnie Lindberg Sweden
2012 Champions
Category Driver Nationality
Top Fuel Dragster Risto Poutianen Finland
Top Methanol Dragster Manty Bugeja Malta
Pro Stock Car Thomas Lindstrőm Sweden
Pro Modified Michael Gullqvist Sweden
Top Methanol Funny Car Leif Andréasson Sweden
2011 Champions
Category Driver Nationality
Top Fuel Dragster Urs Erbacher Switzerland
Top Methanol Dragster Fred Hanssen Norway
Pro Stock Car Jimmy Ålund Sweden
Pro Modified Michael Gullqvist Sweden
Top Methanol Funny Car Ulf Leanders Sweden
2010 Champions
Category Driver Nationality
Top Fuel Dragster Urs Erbacher Switzerland
Top Methanol Dragster Timo Habermann Germany
Pro Stock Car Michael Malmgren Sweden
Pro Modified Johan Lindberg Sweden
Top Methanol Funny Car Dan Larsen Denmark
2009 Champions
Category Driver Nationality
Top Fuel Dragster Andy Carter UK
Top Methanol Dragster Timo Habermann Germany
Pro Stock Car Jimmy Ålund Sweden
Pro Modified Mats Eriksson Sweden
Top Methanol Funny Car Ulf Leanders Sweden
2008 Champions
Category Driver Nationality
Top Fuel Dragster Andy Carter UK
Top Methanol Dragster Peter Schöfer Germany
Pro Stock Car Jimmy Ålund Sweden
Pro Modified Mikael Lindahl Sweden
Top Methanol Funny Car Ulf Leanders Sweden
2007 Champions
Category Driver Nationality
Top Fuel Dragster Urs Erbacher Switzerland
Top Methanol Dragster Dave Wilson UK
Pro Stock Car Jimmy Ålund Sweden
Pro Modified Michael Gullqvist Sweden
Top Methanol Funny Car Fredrik Fagerstrom Sweden
2006 Champions
Category Driver Nationality
Top Fuel Dragster Håkan Nilsson Sweden
Top Methanol Dragster Dave Wilson UK
Pro Stock Car Jimmy Ålund Sweden
Pro Modified Urban Johansson Sweden
Top Methanol Funny Car Ulf Leanders Sweden
2005 Champions
Category Driver Nationality
Top Fuel Dragster Lex Joon Netherlands
Top Methanol Dragster Dave Wilson UK
Pro Stock Car Jimmy Ålund Sweden
Pro Modified Patrik Wikstrőm Sweden
Top Methanol Funny Car Urs Erbacher Switzerland
2004 Champions
Category Driver Nationality
Top Fuel Dragster Andy Carter UK
Top Methanol Dragster Dave Wilson UK
Pro Stock Car Jimmy Ålund Sweden
Pro Modified Håkan Nilsson Sweden
Top Methanol Funny Car Urs Erbacher Switzerland
2003 Champions
Category Driver Nationality
Top Fuel Dragster Smax Smith UK
Top Methanol Dragster Dave Wilson UK
Pro Stock Car Michael Malmgrem Sweden
Pro Modified Roger Johnson Sweden
Top Methanol Funny Car Urs Erbacher Switzerland
2002 Champions
Category Driver Nationality
Top Fuel Dragster Kim Reymond Denmark
Top Methanol Dragster Peter Schöfer Germany
Pro Stock Car Michael Mamgren Sweden
Pro Modified Håkan Nilsson Sweden
Top Methanol Funny Car Michael Kågered Sweden
2001 Champions
Category Driver Nationality
Top Fuel Dragster Andy Carter UK
Top Methanol Dragster Robert Turner UK
Pro Stock Car Niclas Andersson Sweden
Pro Modified Patrik Wikstrőm Sweden
Top Methanol Funny Car Leif Andréasson Sweden
2000 Champions
Category Driver Nationality
Top Fuel Dragster Anita Mäkelä Finland
Top Methanol Dragster Eero Kilpelainen Finland
Pro Stock Car Niclas Andersson Sweden
Pro Modified Michael Gullqvist Sweden
Top Methanol Funny Car Leif Andréasson Sweden
1999 Champions
Category Driver Nationality
Top Fuel Dragster Gordie Bonin USA
Top Methanol Dragster Jarmo Roivas Finland
Pro Stock Car Niclas Andersson Sweden
Pro Modified Håkan Nilsson Sweden
Top Methanol Funny Car Michael Kågered Sweden
1998 Champions
Category Driver Nationality
Top Fuel Dragster Barry Sheavills UK
Top Methanol Dragster Peter Beck Switzerland
Pro Stock Car Niclas Andersson Sweden
Pro Modified Håkan Nilsson Sweden
Top Methanol Funny Car Leif Andréasson Sweden
1997 Champions
Category Driver Nationality
Top Fuel Dragster Rico Anthes Germany
Top Methanol Dragster Peter Beck Switzerland
Pro Stock Car Tomi Laine Finland
Pro Modified Håkan Nilsson Sweden
Top Methanol Funny Car -
1996 Champions
Category Driver Nationality
Top Fuel Dragster Jens Nybo Sweden
Top Methanol Dragster Anita Mäkelä Finland
Pro Stock Car Tomi Laine Finland
Pro Modified -
Top Methanol Funny Car -

Records[12]

FIA Top Fuel Dragster (1000 feet)

FIA Top Fuel Dragster - Santa Pod
FIA Top Fuel Dragster - Santa Pod
  • Elapsed time: Anita Mäkelä (FIN) at Tierp Arena Sweden set a record time of 3.877 sec. in August, 2018.
  • Speed: Toms Nataas (NOR) at Santa Pod Raceway set a record speed of 316.40 mph/ 509.20 kph in September 2014.

FIA Top Methanol Dragster (1000 feet)

  • Elapsed time: Tim Habersmann (GER) at Tierp Arena Sweden set a record time of 5.209 sec. in August, 2015.
  • Speed: Chris Polidano (MAL) at Tierp Arena Sweden set a record speed of 278.45 mph / 448.13 kph, in August 2014.

FIA Top Methanol Funny Car (1000 feet)

  • Elapsed time: Jonnie Lindberg (SWE) at Santa Pod Raceway UK set a record time of 5.426 sec. in September, 2013.
  • Speed: Jonnie Lindberg (SWE) at Tierp Arena Sweden set a record speed of 268.86 mph / 432.69 kph, in August 2013.

FIA Pro Modified (1000 feet)

  • Elapsed time: Andreas Arthursson (SWE) at Tierp Arena Sweden set a record time of 5.751 sec. in August, 2018.
  • Speed: Tero Laukkanen (FIN) at Tierp Arena Sweden set a record speed of 260.11 mph / 418.60 kph, in August 2015.

FIA Pro Stock Car (1000 feet)

FIA Top Pro Stock - Santa Pod
FIA Top Pro Stock - Santa Pod
  • Elapsed time: Bengt Ljungdahl (SWE) at Tierp Arena Sweden set a record time of 6.491 sec. in August, 2016.
  • Speed: Jimmy Ålund (SWE) at Tierp Arena Sweden set a record speed of 215.09 mph / 346.15 kph, in June, 2015.

Racing

Categories[13][14]

The European Drag Racing Championship began with five separate categories until 2017 when the Top Methanol Dragster and the Top Methanol Funny Car were combined.[15] Top Methanol Dragster was previously called Top Alcohol Dragster and Top Methanol Funny Car was previously called Top Alcohol Funny Car.[16]

Regulations

Drivers

Anti-doping regulations are enforced, with each driver individually responsible for ensuring they know the most current regulations and that they comply.[17] Each suit must comply with set regulations, including the inclusion of the FIA European Drag Racing Championship logo on their right hand chest area on the front of their suit.[18] A minimum size of 8 centimetres by 8 centimetres must also be adhered to.[18]

Cars[18]

Cars display each driver's name and national flag. The FIA European Drag Racing Championship logo has to be exhibited on the side of each vehicle. A minimum size of 12 centimetres by 12 centimetres must also be adhered to and follow the placement structure:

  • Dragsters: exterior, lower back corner of back wings spill plates
  • Funny Cars: exterior, top back corner of back wings spills plates
  • Pro Stock and Pro Modified: back quarter panel

It is also mandatory to display on the vehicle, the driver's FIA European Drag Racing Championship tournament number. An abbreviated code identifies not only the car owner, but the competition number also indicated the class of competition.

Drivers that rank top ten in the previous year's competition also display this rank on their vehicle in place of their race number or start number.

Safety Equipment

The driver's self-protective gear is monitored by FIA along with drag car safety equipment.[19] Drivers wear flame resistant suits for protection, heart rate technology[20] that allows monitoring of the drivers heart rate to prevent health concerns such as a heart attack, and helmets that are specified with headrest materials.[19] The drag racing cars contain certified safety harnesses, air bags and parachutes.[21] Single parachutes are recommended when drivers are exceeding 150 mph and double parachutes for speeds greater than 200 mph.[22] Circuit safety equipment includes safety barriers, debris fences, and energy absorbing tyre barriers.[19]

Qualifying to compete

Drivers are required to pay a fee in order to be allowed to race in the Championships at least 30 days prior to events. This €800 (plus VAT) fee is payable to the Championship Administration and enables drivers to participate in every round of the Championship. Normal race entry fees also apply. Specific registrations fees are as follows:[18]

Entity Fee
Swedish VAT registered company 1000€
VAT registered company within the EU 800€
Company outside the EU 800€
Private person incl 200VAT 1000€

Drivers from outside of Europe are not excluded from competing.[23] All drivers are required to attain a FIA International Competition license specific to their drag category.[18]

Race day

FIA Top Fuel Dragster pre-race burnout - Santa Pod
FIA Top Fuel Dragster pre-race burnout - Santa Pod
Drivers position their cars on the starting line at a FIA European Drag Racing Championship event
Drivers position their cars on the starting line at a FIA European Drag Racing Championship event

Burn-outs take place prior to the commencement of the race, creating heat on the tire, improving friction.[24] Cars then line up at the starting line, this is known as staging.[25] An electronic set of lights, known as a christmas tree, indicate the commencement of the race.[26] The lights consist of two small amber lights at the top which are connected to a light beam that travels down the track. As the front tires break this beam, the car moves to 180 millimetres from the starting line itself. When all racers are staged, the race begins as the green light is activated on the christmas tree.[26] If the drivers begin before the illumination of the christmas tree green light they are disqualified, and a red light is used to indicate the early start.[2] Disqualifications also occur when a driver crosses the centre line on the race track between lanes, contacts a wall or track fixture, unsuccessful attendance or fails technical inspection.[2] The maximum speed, reaction time and elapsed time are recorded for each race.[27] The reaction time is a measure of the drivers take off after the illumination of the christmas tree green light.[25] The time taken for the vehicle to travel from the start line to the finish is the elapsed time.[27] The first driver to reach the finish line wins the race.[28]

Drag racing christmas tree
Drag racing christmas tree

Point system[29]

Points are awarded in two ways:

  1. From the qualifying events that enable participants to proceed to the elimination rounds, and
  2. From the elimination rounds that take place after the qualifying events.

The number of elimination rounds are determined by the number of cars in each event. The following table shows the current allocation for points in each round: Elimination Round Points are awarded:

1 to 2 Cars Points
Winner

Runner-up

40 points

20 points

3 to 4 cars Points
Winner

Runner-up

1st round loser

60 points

40 points

20 points

5 to 8 cars Points
Winner

Runner-up

3rd round loser

2nd round loser

1st round loser

80 points

60 points

60 points

40 points

20 points

9 to 16 cars Points
Winner

Runner-up

3rd round loser

2nd round loser

1st round loser

100 points

80 points

60 points

40 points

20 points

10 points are also awarded to each contestant that qualify in one run. Qualifying Position Points are awarded:

Position Points
1st 8
2nd 7
3rd 6
4th 5
5th & 6th 4
7th & 8th 3
9th through 12th 2
13th through 16th 1

In 2013 points were introduced for the fastest three elapsed times in qualify rounds.

ET Times Points
1st fastest 3
2nd fastest 2
3rd fastest 1

To break a tie, three steps take place:

  1. The full season of racing is reviewed, with the driver with the most head to head victories winning the tie.
  2. The full season of elimination racing is reviewed, with the driver who has won the most rounded winning the tie.
  3. Tie-breaks points for the full season of event to be applied, with the highest point scorer winning the tie.
Season Results Points
Event Winner 5
Runner-up 3
Semi Finalist 2
Quarter Finalist 1

Postponed Events

An event is classed as postponed if a portion of the event has to be rescheduled for any reason. If events are rescheduled, participants that have qualified but are unable to return will be permitted to automatically withdraw, receiving zero points. Participants that do not wish to be withdrawn must contact the Event Director or Clerk of the Course in order to receive any points that were earned up until the time of postponement.

Suspended Events

If any event is suspended prior to any qualifying race taking place, each participant that passed the tech inspection will be allocated 10 points.

If a qualifying event has taken place and subsequently the event is suspended, only points for the qualifying round and first round will be awarded. Any participant who did not qualify will receive zero points. All point allocations will adhere to the regulations of the FIA Drag Racing Championship.

During an elimination round, if an event is suspended, all participants that had not been eliminated at the commencement of that round will be allocated loser points for that round, as per the points table.

Points Rules

  • Points are non-transferable from participant to participant.
  • After qualifying ends, Low Elapsed Time attempts will not be allowed.
  • Low Elapsed Times will be allowed on the final run of a participant prior to elimination.
  • Participants whose cars have been damaged beyond repair will be given the option to leave the event prior to elimination, at the discretion of the event Steward, while maintaining points and financial awards.

Alternates

Ladders will be established at the end of qualification events. After this, pairings are unable to be changed. If a participate is unable to make the elimination first round, the fastest non-qualifier will be put in place as an alternate. Points and financial awards earned by the participant in the first round will still be awarded to the original qualifier. The original qualifier must be on the race track premises, along with the car at the commencement of the first round. The awards will be otherwise deducted, and the alternate will be given the round points and financial awards.

Race Tracks

The European Drag Racing Championship consists of six championship events across four host countries:[23]

Santa Pod Raceway finish line
Santa Pod Raceway finish line

Commencing in May at Santa Pod, and concluding with the finals annually in September in the same location.[30] Traditionally, the second and fifth stages are held in Tierp Arena and the third and fourth stages in Alastaro Circuit and Hockenheim Ring.[30] The races take place on a track known as the drag strip.[31] Before the drag strip a feature referred to as a 'water box' is used by the racers to do burnouts.[25] The typical distance of a drag strip is a quarter of a mile, 1320 feet/402 metres.[32] A shut down area exists immediately after the finishing line enabling the vehicles to stop in a room designed especially for that task.[25]

Season Schedules

2018[33]

  • Round 1 - Santa Pod Race Way, UK, 25-28 May
  • Round 2 - Tierp Arena, Sweden, 7-10 June
  • Round 3 - Alastaro, Finland, 28 June – 1 July
  • Round 4 - HockenheimRing, Germany, 17-19 August
  • Round 5 - Tierp Arena, Sweden, 23-26 August
  • Round 6 - FIA European Finals, Santa Pod Raceway, UK, 6-19 September

2017[34]

  • Round 1 - Santa Pod Race Way, UK, 26-29 May
  • Round 2 - Tierp Arena, Sweden, 15-18 June
  • Round 3 - Alastaro, Finland, 29 June – 2 July
  • Round 4 - HockenheimRing, Germany, 18-20 August
  • Round 5 - Tierp Arena, Sweden, 24-27 August
  • Round 6 - FIA European Finals, Santa Pod Raceway, UK, 8-10 September

2016[34]

  • Round 1 - Santa Pod Race Way, UK, 27-30 May
  • Round 2 - Tierp Arena, Sweden, 16-19 June
  • Round 3 - Alastaro, Finland, 7-10 July
  • Round 4 - HockenheimRing, Germany, 19-21 August
  • Round 5 - Tierp Arena, Sweden, 25-28 August
  • Round 6 - FIA European Finals, Santa Pod Raceway, UK, 9-11 September

2015[34]

  • Round 1 - Santa Pod Race Way, UK, 22-25 May
  • Round 2 - Tierp Arena, Sweden, 4-7 June
  • Round 3 - Alastaro, Finland, 2-5 July
  • Round 4 - HockenheimRing, Germany, 7-9 August
  • Round 5 - Tierp Arena, Sweden, 20-23 August
  • Round 6 - FIA European Finals, Santa Pod Raceway, UK, 3-6 September

2014[35]

  • Round 1 - Santa Pod Race Way, UK, 23-26 May
  • Round 2 - Alastaro, Finland, 3-6 July
  • Round 3 - HockenheimRing, Germany, 8-10 August
  • Round 4 - Tierp Arena, Sweden, 21-24 August
  • Round 5 - Tierp Arena, Sweden, 23-26 August
  • Round 6 - FIA European Finals, Santa Pod Raceway, UK, 4-7 September

2013[36]

  • Round 1 - Santa Pod Race Way, UK, 24-27 May
  • Round 2 - Tierp Arena, Sweden, 13-16 June
  • Round 3 - Alastaro, Finland, 4-7 July
  • Round 4 - HockenheimRing, Germany, 9-11 August
  • Round 5 - Tierp Arena, Sweden, 22-25 August
  • Round 6 - FIA European Finals, Santa Pod Raceway, UK, 5-8 September

2012[36]

  • Round 1 - Santa Pod Race Way, UK, 2-4 June
  • Round 2 - Tierp Arena, Sweden, 14-17 June
  • Round 3 - Alastaro, Finland, 5-8 July
  • Round 4 - HockenheimRing, Germany, 10-12 August
  • Round 5 - Tierp Arena, Sweden, 23-26 August
  • Round 6 - FIA European Finals, Santa Pod Raceway, UK, 6-9 September

From 2012, the European Drag Racing Championship consisted of 6 rounds.[36]

2011[36]

  • Round 1 - Santa Pod Race Way, UK, 27-30 May
  • Round 2 - Tierp Arena, Sweden, 10-12 June
  • Round 3 - Alastaro, Finland, 30 June - 3 July
  • Round 4 - HockenheimRing, Germany, 12-14 August
  • Round 5 - FIA European Finals, Santa Pod Raceway, UK, 8-11 September

2010[36]

  • Round 1 - Santa Pod Race Way, UK, 28-31 May
  • Round 2 - Alastaro, Finland, 1-4 July
  • Round 3 - Mantrop, Sweden, 29-1 August
  • Round 4 - HockenheimRing, Germany, 13-15 August
  • Round 5 - FIA European Finals, Santa Pod Raceway, UK, 9-12 September

See also

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