The 2023 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series ended almost two weeks ago, but the ferris wheel of tuners keeps on churning away.
Enders, who celebrated her 6th Championship in Pomona this November, has proved herself to be Pro Stock royalty.
This year’s NHRA Rookie of the Year is Chase Van Sant, who rides a Suzuki for White Alligator Racing (WAR) in the 2023 Camping World Drag Racing Series.
NHRA’s Camping World Pro Stock Motorcycle category in this year’s Camping World Drag Racing Series belonged to Suzuki and its Hayabusa3, Vance & Hines Motorsports and its new rider, Gaige Herrera.
Tony Stewart Racing (TSR Nitro) nearly performed the unthinkable.
It turned out to be 2023, a season that started slowly for the Michigan driving ace, but this time his campaign for a Top Fuel championship came alive when it needed to: during the six-race Countdown to the Championship playoffs
It took him 26 years and six runner-up disappointments before Doug Kalitta finally became an NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series Top Fuel champion.
It all comes down to this, the final race of a 21-contest NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season and a six race Countdown to the Championship
The last time Pro Stock was a full-time class in NHRA professional racing was in 2018. Since 2019, Pro Stock (cars) have competed for either 16 or 18 races, rather than the full 21 contests allotted to Top Fuel and Funny Car.
There were no clinchers in this weekend’s NHRA Nevada Nationals but there were winners, both on and off The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.