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IHRA debuts revamped Drag Review Magazine in 2014

The all-new Drag Review will feature an exciting mix of pro and sportsman coverage.

2014 will long be remembered as the year that the International Hot Rod Association was reborn. Under a new management team, with new and exciting events planned throughout the year, the IHRA will soon be revealing an all-new look, a brand new, modern style and redesigned Drag Review Magazine later this month. Each issue will include more photos, features, interviews and news from the entire world of drag racing in a newsstand-worthy publication rivaling many of the top motorsports publications in print today.

"This is certainly an exciting time to be a part of the IHRA. In addition to a brand new look for our professional series and a continued commitment to our sportsman racers, we now have a publication that we can proudly show the world - and give our racers the proper coverage they deserve, in a magazine they are excited to receive," said Scott Gardner, President of IHRA Motorsports. "The new Drag Review Magazine is sleek, it is exciting, and above all else, it is distinctly and proudly IHRA. I think fans, racers and sponsors will look forward to receiving Drag Review each month."

The new Drag Review Magazine will help better serve the appetite of IHRA fans, sponsors and racers with enhanced race coverage, more action, in-depth content, and an exciting new mix of professional and sportsman coverage - all in 12 exciting, monthly double issues.

The first issue of the all-new Drag Review Magazine will be in the hands of IHRA members in late February and will be followed by 11 more monthly installments in 2014. IHRA members will enjoy enhanced coverage of select events on the IHRA Summit Racing Equipment Pro-Am Tour presented by AMSOIL, in addition to in-depth professional and sportsman coverage of each of the events on the 2014 Nitro Jam Drag Racing Series North American Tour.

IHRA members can look for their first issue of the new Drag Review Magazine later this month. For drag racing fans who are desperate for racing on television, and may or may not be stock car fanatics, ESPN has the answer to your prayers.

The NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series season is will be in Phoenix this weekend at Wild Horse Motorsports Park for the CarQuest Auto Parts NHRA Nationals and ESPN2 and ESPN3 will air qualifying and eliminations action. The racing action will be covered by anchor Dave Rieff and anylyst Mike Dunn, with coverage from the paddock and finish line by pit reporters Gary Gerould and Jamie Howe.

All NHRA programming on ESPN networks is available on computers, smartphones, tablets, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Apple TV and Roku via WatchESPN, accessible to fans who receive their video subscription from an affiliate provider. Check your local listings for time and channel.

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