If you have an ear to the ground, you know about Roy Hill and his drag-racing school in Charlotte, North Carolina. He’s loud and fun, and you will either crack like an egg or become a man under his tutelage. His school cars are roaring handfuls that match his personality, so it was no surprise to come across this photo of Hill in his Pro Stock car at Pomona, circa 1972. Note the low front end and the splitter that was used back in the day to trip the lights early and shorten the track. It was called innovation before another description was likely used in its place. Dig the Motor Wheels and huge meats, proving Dusters and Demons are for drag racing. By Douglas R. Glad Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!