Every NHRA drag racer loves to compete at Lucas Oil Raceway (LOR). Site of Labor Day’s DENSO Spark Plugs U.S. Nationals, LOR has, this year, become the epicenter of drag racing, as the novel coronavirus, COVID-19 has made it difficult to travel throughout the country for competition.
DeJoria’s a competitor. She missed the adrenaline, the friendships that swirl through the NHRA pits and driving her 11,000-horsepower Toyota Camry Funny Car. But she had to return on her terms.
The return of Alexis DeJoria to NHRA Mello Yello Funny Car competition has fans and her competitors on edge.
Seven-time NHRA national event winner Alexis DeJoria is joining three other inductees enshrined in the National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame this week.
One of the most engaging racers in the NHRA’s Mello Yello Drag Racing Series is returning to full-time competition in the 2020 season, starting with the season-starting Winternationals on the Auto Club Raceway at Pomona dragstrip next February.
At the end of the 2017 season, Kalitta Motorsports Funny Car pilot Alexis DeJoria is retiring from NHRA competition.
Alexis DeJoria Racing’s Free ‘Mammograms for the Fans’ program is nearing an impressive milestone – since it kicked off in 2013, it has provided almost 500 free mammography screenings.
The gals are back on top following this weekend’s racing action at Brainerd International Raceway!
Alexis DeJoria will not compete in the eighth annual NHRA Four-Wide Nationals this weekend in Charlotte, N.C.
Despite not being able to compete, DeJoria still wants to see her Patrón Toyota Camry in the Winners Circle before the year’s end.