Cruz Pedregon likes to race his own way.
News, how tos, information, updates, interviews and events forall drag racing series and classes including the NHRA, IHRA, and the Sportsman, Pro Stock, Top Fuel, Funny Car and Top Fuel Motorcycle classes.
Mike Salinas’ Scrappers Racing Team has big plans for the 2019 season as he begins a second full year of NHRA Mello Yello Top Fuel racing.
Eight legendary figures of NHRA drag racing will race in NHRA’s “Unfinished Business” event during the 50th annual Amalie Motor Oil NHRA Gatornationals.
Borowski Race Engines was named Race Engine Builder of the Year in 2018. 2019 is about rising to the challenge of what that award can bring the business.
NHRA’s official Harley-Davidson Pro Stock Motorcycle team Vance & Hines has announced it will add three-time category champion Angelle Sampey to the fold for the first four races of the Mello Yello 2019 season.
Krista Baldwin, driver for the Nitro University A/Fuel dragster team since 2016, has now taken on the responsibility of team owner for the 2019 season.
Scott Palmer, who has raced Tommy Thompson Motorsports’ Top Fuel dragster in NHRA Mello Yello competition the last three seasons and earned his spot in the Countdown to the Championship playoffs the past two years, returns to competition again next year.
Less than two weeks after being celebrated as cover boy for Drag Illustrated magazine’s fourth “30 Under 30” issue, Blake Alexander dropped a bombshell on team owner Bob Vandergriff.
It’s official: NAPA Auto Parts and Ron Capps will be racing together again, searching for their second NHRA Mello Yello Funny Car championship together after securing their first in 2016.
Rickie Smith, the three-time E3 Spark Plugs NHRA Pro Mod champion who just missed a fourth title at the final race of the year at Las Vegas, always does things his own way.