In an wonderful exhibit of speed, Larry “Spiderman” McBride delivered the quickest motorbike pass by in drag racing records on Saturday at Virginia Motorsports Park, making a historical Top Fuel Motorcycle run all through the weekend’s Virginia NHRA Nationals.
News, driver interviews, and the latest in NHRA drag racing event coverage including the Mello Yello Championship series, schedules and results.
The NHRA JR Street Licensing event at Island Dragway, led by Joe Morrison, was postponed until May 21st due to weather. Which means it’s not too late to sign up!!
NHRA’s annual trip to Minnesota and Brainerd International Raceway has gotten a bit more interesting, thanks to Kruckeberg Industries and its D-Wagon product, bringing a FuelTech Pro Mod shootout specialty race to Brainerd this August. This marks the first ever specialty race for Pro Mod, occurring during the 2022 season.
Mike Salinas, John Force, and Steve Johnson grab wins in Top Fuel, Funny Car, and Pro Stock Motorcycle, respectively at the Circle K NHRA Four-Wide Nationals at zMax Dragway.
Ron Capps won his second NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series Funny Car championship last November as a contract driver for Don Schumacher Racing, the group he’d worked with since his former team owner, Don Prudhomme, shuttered his team at the close of the 2005 season.
There was plenty to talk about after Houston and leading into Charlotte1 and the Circle K Four-Wide Nationals, the second and final four-wide of the year.
Hometown hero and Houston native, Erica Enders got the W at Houston Raceway Park in the first all female final round in NHRA Pro Stock history, picking up the win in front of a sold-out crowd on Sunday at the 35th and final NHRA SpringNationals.
This weekend marks the finale for yet another NHRA racetrack as Houston Raceway Park hosts the Camping World Drag Racing Series for a 35th and last running of the NHRA SpringNationals.
The Holley NMRA Ford Nationals is excited to announce the return of the All-Female True Street category to the upcoming Ohio event.
Rennsport Reunion, the celebration of Porsche cars past, present, future race-engineered, is scheduled to return in 2023 after an absence brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic that pretty much shut down the world and didn’t allow its every-four-years deployment.