Drag racers rev up in Kekaha
KEKAHA — The Garden Isle Racing Association (GIRA) fired up its 2023 season with roaring engines and success at Kekaha’s Kaua’i Raceway Park on Saturday.
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How can you tell if a wire in the system is in parallel or series with another wire? So that you’ll know if it’s a wire that can be used for hot wire a car or not. Such as a car engine. Just checking to see how advanced are the readers. And the race track is 3/4 miles long. So not that long. 1.20 km long.
When i was growing up in high school which was some where back then, I don’t know. But they had a lots of drag races like this too. All the guys into technology were there. Then you had all the athletics who were into football. Some of them stopped by and watched. But basically they wanted to see who’s the expert in racing and cars. Some athletes like Bernard Carvalho, Billy Decosta, Ross Kagawa, have gone into politics only to make a mess of things. They’re there for this very reason. The thrill of victory. Some are good at it and some are not. My point, politics on Kaua’i have made these events into nothing more than pop culture and who used to be the popular ones on the field. The real pros are the ones who knows everything about cars, motorcycles, and drag racing. My favorite name to go with was Richard Petty. 1981 was his last race at the Daytona 500. #43. He won many Nascar races and are among the most popular in the world today among drivers. That was his last Nascar race win. This is the bottom line on politics. Why politics in drag racing? So it can be popularized.