The daily hustle at the dragstrip is in the past for 2013 but NHRA drivers are still busier than ever with their own Christmas celebrations this week.
News, driver interviews, and the latest in NHRA drag racing event coverage including the Mello Yello Championship series, schedules and results.
The 2013 NHRA season has come to a close, but that doesn’t mean the racing action has to stop.
The great American Nobel prize winning author, Ernest Hemingway was quoted as saying, “There are only three sports: bullfighting, motor racing, and mountaineering; all the rest are merely games.” So that means if racing is a sport, racers are athletes, right? Right?!?
John Force Racing opens its doors to the public for the 2013 holiday season to support CHiPs for Kids Holiday Toy Drive.
Three-time National Hot Rod Association Top Fuel champion Larry Dixon will be signing autographs at the 2013 PRI Show in Indianapolis, Indiana.
John Force drove his Ford Mustang Funny Car to the 2013 NHRA champsionship – marking the 16th time that Force has won the Funny Car championship.
Over 500 racers came from all around the United States to compete for the coveted NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series Championship.
The end of the 2013 NHRA Mello Yello Season at the Auto Club NHRA Finals at Auto Club Raceway at Pomona brought with it two new champions, the retirement of others, and the crowning of the four drag racing champions at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza.
Shawn Langdon showed up in late January at the former Firebird International Raceway five years ago, fresh off his second NHRA Lucas Oil Super Comp world championship in preparation for a new career in the Top Fuel class with Morgan Lucas Racing.
Two of the four NHRA Mello Yello Championships wrapped up at Sunday’s Toyota NHRA Nationals with newly crowned champions, John Force and Matt Smith claiming race wins in front of the standing room only crowd on The Strip.