Although others in the IndyCar Series and NASCAR have had the opportunity to try becoming the next American Ninja Warrior, few dirt drivers have taken on NBC’s hit obstacle-course competition series. That is, until now.
After a slow start to the 2019 NHRA season, one of the most well-known teams in the Mello Yello NHRA drag racing series found themselves back on top this weekend.
While many of the events that we writers at RacingJunk cover involve actual racing coverage, there are few as inspiring as the one I had the privilege to attend earlier this week.
When the 2019 season began for the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series, there were only a handful of drivers who fans, media and even track officials thought would be the ones to watch this season.
After a three-week hiatus, the stars of the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series were rolling hot this weekend at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway for the first four-wide drag race of the 2019 season.
We recently caught up with a gentleman whose goal it is to make dreams come true for the physically challenged.
NASCAR officials put the hammer down on NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series driver Austin Wayne Self this weekend after he violated the sanctioning body’s substance abuse policy.
The start of Tennessee Tipoff race weekend gave one driver his fifth consecutive victory while night number two had fans leaping to their feet cheering one of their own to the finish line.
One historic event of the 2019 Mello Yello NHRA season gave three drivers a chance to earn their own golden victories this weekend at Gainsville Raceway.
One of the most accomplished and renowned NHRA legends was recently inducted into the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America.