The NHRDA hosted its second annual Diesels in the Desert on March 9th of this year, and boy did some interesting vehicles show up. There were tube-chassis vehicles, two-wheel-drive drag trucks, and even some street-tire trucks running 10-second quarter-mile elapsed times. The classes were Sportsman E.T. (a bracket class where anyone could enter) Super Street (a class that had weight and tire requirements) Pro Street (a more race-oriented category for two-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive trucks with slicks) and Pro Stock Diesel and Top Diesel, where the rules were basically unlimited. In addition to the racing, there was also a manufacturers' midway, where the fans could check out the newest diesel products, and a chassis dyno, where diesel enthusiasts could measure their vehicles' horsepower. Enjoy the event coverage and mark your calendars for next year's race--this is a West Coast event you won't want to miss.