As Women’s History Month begins today, Jamie Chadwick, the first 2019 W Series champion is looking to make some more history in the racing game.
Long the lone Dodge ranger in NHRA’s Camping World Drag Racing Series’ Pro Stock class, Alan Prusiensky is expecting to gain a teammate for the 2021 season that begins in just a couple of weeks at Gainesville, Fla.
Maybe, someday in the near future, there won’t be a need to note Black History Month in motorsports. That would be a time when the helmet is down and nobody knows (or cares) the skin color of the driver or rider who’s racing towards the front of their fields of play. A time when skin color is a so-what discussion?
Starting a new race team from scratch is not a chore for just anyone. Even with widely experienced partners involved, the pathway to success is singed with failures.
After sitting out NHRA’s Return to Racing and its final nine contests of the protracted 2020 season, the 21-time championship-winning nitro-powered mega-team is ready to race again, with a three car entry for John Force, Robert Hight and Brittany Force.
The Glendale, AZ native, 36, has always been a smart racer but hasn’t always had the equipment he needed, the team he desired to get to the front of the NASCAR Cup Series field.
Don Schumacher Racing’s (DSR) Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat for Ron Capps will have a familiar sponsor for the upcoming 2021 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season, as longtime partner NAPA Auto Parts has extended its contract with the team and the 2016 NHRA Funny Car champion.
Three-time NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series Pro Stock Motorcycle (PSM) champion Angelle Sampey will return to her Suzuki roots when the racing season kicks off at the 52nd annual Amalie Motor Oil Gatornationals this March 12-14.
One of Acura’s newest teams in IMSA’s WeatherTech SportsCar Championship won the 59th Rolex 24 at Daytona in a tight battle with both Cadillac and Mazda, the trio of manufacturers’ cars coming to the end of 807 laps of racing within seven seconds of one another.
That IMSA would discontinue its GTLM (GT Le Mans) class after the 2021 WeatherTech SportsCar Championship season isn’t a difficult thing to understand.