Once again, the 2018 NHRA season has come to a powerful close, and the bigger picture is framed very differently than last year.
Aeromotive was announced the 2018 SEMA Show Manufacturer of the Year last week at the 2018 SEMA Show Industry Awards Banquet.
At every year’s SEMA show, Goodguys selects five varied vehicles, representing the very best of auto customization, to receive GOLD Awards.
Earlier this morning, SEMA made the announcement of its Best New Products Award winners. Granted to the most innovative auto aftermarket products which will be available next year, the Awards are great indications of where to look for cutting-edge components and tools.
Every year Sonoma Raceway finds ways to commemorate and celebrate the life of the late Eric Medlen.
When beloved NHRA Pro Stock champion Bob Glidden passed away in 2017 at age 73, it was a huge loss for the straight-line racing community and for Ford Motor Co., with whom “Mad Dog” earned his 85 victories and 10 championships.
John Force has become the first drag racer recognized with a doctorate, and the third motorsports standout.
Top Fuel world champion Brittany Force has earned the Jerry Titus Memorial Award and been elected to the American Auto Racing Writers & Broadcasters Association (AARWBA) All-America Team.
The “Casey Folks Perseverance Award” has been created as a new annual award for Best in the Desert’s 2017 year end awards.
Ron Capps has been nominated for an ESPY award in the Best Driver category thanks to his impressive performance in the 2016 Funny Car world championship season and good start in the 2017 season.