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Year in Review, 'Greek' tribute highlight final 2020 National Dragster issue

NHRA National Dragster's Year in Review issue, highlighting 2020's champions and all of the struggles and triumphs of the season, is now online and still free for all to read. The issue also contains a salute to "the Greek," retiring Top Fuel driver Chris Karamesines, the Year in Photos, and much more.
10 Dec 2020
NHRA National Dragster staff


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The latest issue of NHRA National Dragster magazine, the annual Year in Review, is now online, still available free for all to read, and in the mail to NHRA Members around the world.

The end-of-year special helps bring down the curtain on one of the most tumultuous yet successful-in-context in NHRA history in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. We trace the path of the topsy-turvy schedule after the mid-March shutdown all the way to the roaring season finale in Las Vegas and insightful columns by ND Editor Phil Burgess and columnists Luke Bogacki and Joe Castello and an interview with NHRA President Glen Cromwell measure the effects that the season had on all of us.

The issue also contains a salute to "the Golden Greek," retiring Top Fuel pilot Chris Karamesines, that covers his career in words and historic photos.

Of course, the Year in Review issue is also the place to salute the season's champions, and we've got them all, from Top Fuel to Top Sportsman and every class in-between, with exclusive interviews with the ND staff and photo highlights of their seasons. We also take a look at the season's top moments in both the Pro and Sportsman worlds and remember the long list of those we've lost.

The thick issue also contains the traditional end-of-year goodies that you've come to expect, including a complete list of top points earners in all classes, regional and division champ posters, and an action-packed Year in Photos, plus a review of the 2020 Summit Racing Jr. Drag Racing League season and a Sponsor Spotlight on chassis builder Jerry Bickel Race Cars.