Kimmy’s Garage would like to highlight the Rose Racing Team on today’s blog:
Rose Racing is a family affair, with Chuck Rose at the forefront. His two sons, Matt and Brad followed in their fathers footsteps and now they comprise what is now Rose Racing.
Chuck Rose has 40+ years of drag racing experience with numerous track championships during the 1980’s and early 1990’s with his 1968 Dodge Dart. He then switched to NHRA Super Gas class in 1994 with a 1971 Dodge Challenger. He won the NHRA National Open in Scribner, NE. Chuck finished in the Top 33 in the NHRA Division 5 Lucas Oil Super Gas standings from 1998 to 2007. From 2008-2015, Chuck finished in the Top 20 each year with multiple Top 10 finished and a best finish of 4th place in 2009. He also won the NHRA Division 5 “Super Shootout” Series in 2008 and was the NHRA Division 5 Super Gas representative for the prestigious JEG’s All-Stars in 2010. After selling the Challenger in November 2015, Chuck restored the 1972 Duster into a Stock Eliminator race car and began racing it in 2016.
Chuck enjoys spending time with his wife, Nancy, and their three children, Matt, Brad and Melissa.
Matt Rose is a Frank Hawley Drag Racing School graduate in 2010. He has finished in the Top 30 every year since 2010! In 2016, Matt won his first race out at the NHRA National Open in Topeka, KS.
Matt is married to Traci and they have three children, Brilee, Blake and Brooke.
Brad Rose was the 1999 Runner-Up at the NHRA Division 5 Lucas Oil Drag Racing Event in Earlville, IA. He finished in the Top 5 in the NHRA Division 5 Lucas Oil Super Street standings. And just like Chuck in 2008, Brad won the NHRA Division 5 “Super Shootout” Series in 2011.
Brad is married to JaNay and they have a daughter, Hope.
Aerospace Components is a proud sponsor of Rose Racing for the past several years. We are excited for the races this year and many years to come!
Meet the Team
NHRA Stock Eliminator, 1972 Plymouth Duster — 340CI Mopar Engine
NHRA Super Comp, 2006 Undercover Dragster — 620CI Mopar Engine
NHRA Super Street, 1973 Plymouth Cuda — 440CI Mopar Engine