Doug Kalitta may be the quiet sort, not as expressive as some of his fellow NHRA Top Fuel competitors, but it’s his internal drive to win that makes him so deadly against all other drivers on the dragstrip.
The unpredictability of NHRA Drag Racing makes it a perfect subject for New Year resolutions.
NASCAR drivers in 2017, whether it’s the Cup, Xfinity or the Truck series, all place winning the championship on the top of their list for their season.
Although last Friday was J.R. Todd’s 35th birthday, he got his biggest present a couple of weeks ago when it was announced that he would be tapped to drive the DHL Toyota Camry Funny Car.
NHRA’s Funny Car category has had three different champions over the last three years, but look at a cumulative phase of who been nearest the top all that time and you’ll see only one name – Tommy Johnson, Jr.
NASCAR’s most popular driver for 14 consecutive years is returning to the cockpit in time to compete in the 2017 Daytona 500.
The NHRA ‘silly season’ came a little late this year, but once changes began, the falling dominoes sent a reverberating shake throughout the sport of drag racing.
NHRA Funny Car Champ Ron Capps reflects on a solid career and a stellar championship season.
At the NASCAR Camping World Truck series 2016 finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway, William Bryon won the EcoBoost 200, but Johnny Sauter raced to the championship crown.
Daniel Suarez became the first Drive for Diversity graduate to win a NASCAR Championship when he won the NASCAR Xfinity series Ford EcoBoost 300.