Without even turning a wheel in the season finale, Toyota Racing conquered the Formula DRIFT Black Magic Pro Championship (FD), taking its fifth consecutive manufacturer championship.
Earlier in the week, the FIA announced a new spec series for women hoping to attain open-wheel chops, aiming toward Formula 1 or its ancillary series.
As teams encamp at zMAX Dragway for the NHRA Carolina Nationals, drying out after battling the dregs of Hurricane Michael, it’s time to look at who’s hot and who’s not.
Courtney Force, the youngest daughter of team owner and 16-time NHRA Mello Yello Funny Car champion John Force, entered the series’ six-race Countdown to the Championship playoffs seeded No. 1. Since then, it’s been goose eggs for NHRA’s most successful female driver.
This year’s NHRA Countdown to the Championship bears little resemblance to LE Tonglet’s first season of Pro Stock Motorcycle competition.
For the 40th year, the Los Angeles Sportswalk Hall of Fame celebrated LA-based athletes who have made their marks in various amateur and professional sports. This year, three members of the motorsports community received due recognition.
Woe to anyone who underestimates Steve Torrence and Robert Hight. These two guys are turning NHRA’s Countdown to the Championship six-race playoffs into their personal playgrounds.
The second NHRA Countdown to the Championship race outside St Louis at Gateway Motorsports Park two weeks ago boasted a compelling and fiery finish.
If Alexander Rossi shows the temperament that guided him and engineers Jeremy Milless and Brian Page to P2 in 2018, they’ve got to be favorites to succeed next year.
After a week off to breathe and prepare for another two rounds of NHRA Countdown to the Championship races in consecutive weeks, it’s time to revive competition in NHRA’s four top Mello Yello categories, as well as finish out the Factory Stock Showroom competition for the year.