South Carolina late model dirt racing star Chris Madden completed a successful week at Volusia Speedway Park after earning his first DIRTcar Nationals Big Gator Championship on Saturday night.
Congratulations are in order today – Ken Regenthal, RacingJunk.com’s first Behind the Wheel driver, has raced his way into the North Carolina Drag Racing Hall of Fame.
What better way to kick off what we hope will be an unforgettable season than by talking to a driver who can keep each one of his fellow drivers – as well as the rest of our fans out there – motivated to push through anything that may hold them back?
Schatz scores at first DIRTcar Nationals Big Gator Championship.
Hagan, Butner, and Kalitta have a good weekend at the Winternationals; John and Brittany Force both walk away from crashes.
After a long winter’s nap, the 2018 drag racing season roared back to life thanks to the U.S. Street Nationals, sponsored by Mickey Thompson Performance Tires & Wheels, at Bradenton Motorsports Park.
In an effort to help Demon owners avoid stacking their powerful machines, Dodge has partnered with the Bondurant Racing School to offer a free day-long drag-racing course.
NASCAR Young Gun Christopher Bell made history this weekend at the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals, presented by General Tire.
Current Street Outlaws star BoostedGT recently saw his life flash before him after narrowly missing out on what could have been a dangerous collision at San Antonio Raceway.
While some racers are taking the winter season off, there are others who venture off the beaten path to give both themselves and their fans a thrill despite the season.