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Drag Racing (ANDRA)


The Australian National Drag Racing Association Ltd (ANDRA) is the drag racing sanctioning body of Australia. The organisation was created in 1973 from a drag racing oriented faction of the Australian Hot Rod Federation.

Today ANDRA sanctions over 300 events throughout Australia at all levels, from Test & Tunes to National Championships, visiting venues including temporary regional tracks to international standard facilities in capital cities. Racers can join the championship from the age of just eight years old. ANDRA has approximately 200 female licence holders making this sport attractive to the whole family.

ANDRA Drag Racing has been recognised as the best in the world outside of the United States. In 1994 ANDRA became a foundation member of the Drag Racing Commission of the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) and enjoys a healthy relationship with drag racing bodies around the world.

Over the past 15 years, ANDRA licence holder numbers have grown from less than 900 to over 3500 nationally, without counting the thousands of racers who take part in ANDRA off-street events using temporary licences.

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