Bruce Larson

dragster Bruce Larson(1937) is a retired American drag racer from Camp Hill, Pennsylvania. He became nationally known for his match races. He quit funny Car racing in 1972 after a bad fire and raced in the Pro Stock class for 2 years. He then returned to the Funny Car class and match racing until 1987 where he fought his way to the NHRA Funny Car Championship in 1989.He led the points chase from start to finish collecting 6 National Event wins, 5 runner ups and the Car Craft Funny Car Driver of the Year award. That championship car is now one of only 2 drag race cars in the collection of the Smithsonian Institution, the other being Don Garlits' rear engine dragster. He was inducted into the International Drag Racing Hall of Fame in 2006. Larson is remembered for his red, white, and blue USA-1 Chevrolet Camaros Provided by Wikipedia
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by Larson, Bruce.
Published 1990
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by Larson, Bruce.
Published 1968
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by Larson, Bruce.
Published 1971
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by Ross-Larson, Bruce, 1942-
Published 1982
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by Neal, Emily Gardiner.
Published 1970
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by Heberlig, Eric S., 1970-
Published 2012
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Published 1997
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