Bo Butner, the 2017 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series Pro Stock champion, has retired from the ranks of Pro Stock twice so far. And
The NHRA clarifies its rules on using a race vehicle to express political statements ahead of the DENSO Spark Plugs U.S. Nationals.
After a weeklong hiatus, three past NHRA world champions were back to their winning ways at this weekend’s Virginia NHRA Nationals.
After a three-week hiatus, the stars of the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series were rolling hot this weekend at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway for the first four-wide drag race of the 2019 season.
There were plenty of surprises at this year’s 50th annual Amalie Motor Oil NHRA Gatornationals on the Gainesville Raceway dragstrip.
One historic event of the 2019 Mello Yello NHRA season gave three drivers a chance to earn their own golden victories this weekend at Gainsville Raceway.
Although they had to wait an extra day to earn their first victories of the 2019 season, two legendary NHRA drivers have claimed back-to-back Winternational victories, while one driver took his fourth win at Auto Club Raceway.
This could go down as one of the shorter retirements in NHRA Pro Stock racing.
As the 2018 NHRA Countdown to the Championship winds down to an end, one dominating driver has already driven away with his first Top Fuel world championship.
Some of the big names in Pro Stock are eyeing greener passages. Tanner Grey announced mid-season that he was leaving after the championship and no Bo Butner has joined the exodus. Does this spell the end of that NHRA class?