Mike Murillo, is one of several licensed NHRA drivers that could suffer a license suspension, following his participation in Discovery Channel's "Street Outlaws". The NHRA says such street racing puts "participants, spectators, the unknowing public, and first responders – at great risk."

There's a pretty lengthy dicsuion on the whole matter going on at the Yellow Bullet Forums.

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The NHRA was founded in 1951 by Wally Parks in an effort to provide an alternative for drag racing enthusiasts who were, at that time, racing illegally on public streets.

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