New JEGS Q&A here on TIBR
A new topic has been posted on the JEGS Question and Answer portion of bracket racing’s online driving school, ThisIsBracketRacing.com, on Thursday, May 15.

“Personally, the JEGS Q&A portion of ThisIsBracketRacing.com is my favorite part of the site,” says ThisIsBracketRacing.com head instructor Luke Bogacki. “I really enjoy working with our members one on one.”

This week’s first question comes from ThisIsBracketRacing.com member Lee Sweitzer. For having their question selected, this subscriber will receive a $25 JEGS gift certificate, along with his or her choice of ThisIsBracketRacing.com T-shirt or visor. For this week’s feature question, Lee asks:

“I'm thinking about trying my hand at electronics racing in the near future. But i still prefer to be able to run no-box with the same car. I know it's different for every track and division (I'm in NHRA division 7) but as a general rule, what has to be done to run the same car in a box and a no-box category like Summit Pro and Summit Super Pro? Is zeroing the delay box generally acceptable, does the box have to be removed for the no box category, etc?”

Read Luke Bogacki’s response only on www.ThisIsBracketRacing.com.

Luke Bogacki’s ThisIsBracketRacing.com is a one-of-a-kind website that has been set up essentially as a subscription-only online driving school for sportsman drag racing competitors. While the site can be accessed by anyone, the main features of ThisIsBracketRacing.com are reserved for site members. Those members enjoy monthly tutorial columns from sportsman racing standout Bogacki, along with the JEGS Q&A feedback, and access to the American Race Cars “Strategy Session” Message Board.

For more information and to join, visit www.ThisIsBracketRacing.com today.

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