NHRA’s 65th annual Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals is a virtual orgy of speed that lasts nearly a full week.
News, driver interviews, and the latest in NHRA drag racing event coverage including the Mello Yello Championship series, schedules and results.
NHRA’s Countdown to the Championship lineup is looking a bit more secure for several nitro racers but is also tenuous for others, as it seems to be every year.
Although it has been more than a year than Don Schumacher Racing driver Leah Pritchett won a race, the end of a rather frustrating summer found this queen of speed back on top.
Ford recently announced a new, sportier package for the Ranger FX2 and a new Mustang that will debut in the NASCAR XFINITY Series in 2020.
This weekend “The Zoo” will be open at Brainerd International Raceway, site of the 38th annual Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals in Minnesota. This is the 17th race on the calendar and marks the penultimate competition before NHRA’s Countdown to the Championship playoffs begin at Reading, Penn. in September.
The NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series “regular” season is coming down to its final two events: this weekend’s Lucas Oil Nationals at Brainerd International Raceway and the vaunted 65th annual Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals held on Labor Day weekend.
In between NHRA Mello Yello races, many nitro teams like to test. Some stay after an event to try out different parts while they’ve still got tents and haulers set up to accumulate data and prep cars between rounds; others go to match-race events to work on their skills in anticipation of the next NHRA event.
The NHRA Street Car Showdown is on the docket for the Chevrolet Nationals. Gear up!
Well-known Pro Mod star driverKeith Haney revealed his new 2019 Camaro, “Black Mamba,” last weekend before a crowd of enthusiastic fans and fellow racers.
The Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals are always the most anticipated NHRA race of the year.