Crane Cams Kicks Off Randy Meyer Racing’s 40th Year at NHRA Lone Star Nationals

Crane Cams Kicks Off Randy Meyer Racing’s 40th Year at NHRA Lone Star Nationals

The Randy Meyer Racing Team will be celebrating their 40th year of drag racing this year, and they have partnered with Crane Cams to be an associate sponsor for the Lone Star Nationals, April 4th – 7th, at Texas Motorplex. Driving for Crane Cams is Rachel Meyer, Randy Meyer’s youngest daughter, who placed third in the NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series Central Regional Series in 2018.

“I’m very excited to return to Texas Motorplex this weekend for my first Top Alcohol race of the year,” said Rachel. “Last year was my first time racing at the Dallas track, and I hope we can repeat our success. I have been bracket racing with my Super Comp car a few times this year to get as much track time as possible, and I am able to bring that experience up to the A/Fuel ranks to help cut great reaction times and keep the adrenaline going between runs while working in the pits.”

Rachel, who already has one win under her belt for the 2019 season, finished in the quarter-finals of this event in 2018 and will be racing alongside her sister, Megan Meyer, for the first time this year. Megan finished with a runner-up in the 2018 Lone Star Nationals, and the girls are confident in their nitro-fueled dragsters to power them to another double-winner’s circle finish.

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