What does deep stage mean in drag racing?
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Hereof, what does staging mean in drag racing?
Shallow staging involves rolling through the starting area until both the prestage and stage lights are lit. This maximizes the amount of rollout you have, which improves elapsed time at the expense of reaction time. This is the technique recommended for new bracket racers until they learn proper launch procedures.
Secondly, how does CrossTalk work in drag racing? The new option named "CrossTalk" is being used in bracket racing, electronics (delay box) classes that use the full tree and handicapped dial ins. This feature has the potential to go nationwide in 2004. With this option, the amber lights will be focused directly at the driver in his/her lane.
Also, what is a perfect reaction time in drag racing?
Since there is a half-second (or . 500 seconds) delay until the green light comes on, a . 500 reaction time is perfect.
How do drag racing trees work?
Modern drag races are started electronically by a system known as a Christmas tree. When drivers are preparing to race, they first cross the beams 7 inches behind the starting line. Crossing this beam activates the top bulbs.