Larry "Drums" Brancaccio
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Overview of Accomplishments

1992 – First Harley Davidson to run 7.30 ET
1993 – ECRA Pro Rider of the Year
1993 – Set AHDRA 7.31 ET World Record
1993 – First Harley Davidson to run 7.20 ET
1993 – Set Pro Star 190.90 MPH World Record
1993 – Set National 188.33 ECRA (East Coast Racing Assoc.) record
1993 – 17 track records
1994 – Set Pro Dragster 7.91 ET World Record
1994 – Set Pro Dragster 169.39 MPH World Record
1994 – Pro Dragster Mechanic of the Year Award
1994 – Won 5 out of 7 events
1994 – AHDRA Pro Dragster Eastern and World Champion
1995 – Pro Dragster Mechanic of the Year Award
1995 – Won 10 out of 14 events qualifying #1 – 12 times, #2 – 2 times
1995 – AHDRA Pro Dragster Eastern and World Champion
1995 – ECRA Pro Dragster World Champion
1996 – Earned the World’s quickest and fastest stock case Harley Davidson 7.85 ET at 171.80 MPH
1996 – Won 8 out of 12 events qualifying 1 or 2 each race
1996 – AHDRA Pro Dragster Eastern and World Champion
1997 – Won 6 out of 12 events, 2 – 3 place finishes
1997 – Broke MPH Record 173.77
1997 – Broke MPH Record 175.13
1997 – Set Pro Dragster AHDRA 4.783 ET 1/8 World Record
1997 – Broke 1/3 mile record 7.60 ET
1997 – AHDRA Pro Dragster Eastern and World Champion
1999 – Tied record – 173.71 – Orlando Speed World Orlando, FL
1999 – Broke record 174.43 MPH – Silver Dollar Raceway, Reynolds, GA
1999 – Broke and set new World Record, 173. 84 MPH – Numidia Raceway, PA
1999 – Pro Drag National #3
1999 – Pro Fuel National #4
2000 – Pro Drag National #2 Runner Up
2000 – Pro Drag Eastern Division #1 Champion
2000 – Pro Fuel Eastern Division 2nd Runner Up
2001 – Pro Drag National #1 Champion
2001 – Pro Drag Eastern Division #1 Champion
2001 – Top Fuel #4 National
2001 – Pro Fuel #6
2001 – Ran all three classes: Top Fuel, Pro Fuel, Pro Drag in the 6’s
2002 – One Top Fuel win
2003 – Four Runner Up positions, 6.474 elapsed time 219.98 MPH, placed 2nd in Eastern Division, 4th in
National
2004 – Three Runner Up positions 1 win, 5th in Eastern Division, 8 National, Cecil County Ace Winner
2004 – Hannum H.D. Screaming Eagle Top Fuel Points Runner Up
2005 – 2 Runner Up positions 1 win, tested multiple bikes, placed 88th National win in Texas
2006 – Latus Motors Harley Davidson Nationals, Oregon winner in Top Fuel for #89
2006 – Eastern Finals Runner UP. Broke personal best 3 times, 6.43, 6.40, 6.35. Competed half the
season and still placed 10th Nationally
2007 – Gateway International Raceway – 90th National win and take points Lead
2008 – Did not compete.
2009 – Rode for Don Johnson Racing. Set AMRA 1/8 mile National Record 4.180, qualified #1, won 91st
National Event
2009 – Rockingham World Final. Launched new bike for the 2nd time. Became the quickest and fastest
“Non-computer” guided bike in the world…6.42, 214.79 MPH
2010 - Numidia Dragway - Top Fuel winner, 92nd win
2010 - Career Best, ET 6.260 at 226.47 mph, Atco Raceway
2010 - Bowling Green 93rd National win
2010 - Bowling Green 94th National win
2010 - AMRA Top Fuel National Champion
2011 - AHDRA Numidia Dragway 95th win
2012 - HOMETOWN: Nutley, New Jersey Hall of Fame Inductee
2013 - Published in three different editions of "Hot Rods and Harleys" magazine
2014 - Pittsburgh Raceway Park win (race completed in Memphis, TN International Raceway)
2014 - Exhibition win in Englishtown Raceway Park
2015 - Ended season at Summernationals in Cordova, Illinois due to a crash
Accompishments