With Courtney Force’s withdrawal from driving the Advance Auto Parts NHRA Funny Car for John Force Racing, just about eight years to the day from when oldest sister Ashley Force Hood made a similar decision, elder sister Brittany, the 2017 NHRA Top Fuel champion has assumed the mantle, wearing the bright red Advance colors on her Top Fuel dragster.
There have been rumors swirling for the past few months and now it’s official: NHRA is losing one of its premier Funny Car racers.
Courtney Force, the youngest daughter of team owner and 16-time NHRA Mello Yello Funny Car champion John Force, entered the series’ six-race Countdown to the Championship playoffs seeded No. 1. Since then, it’s been goose eggs for NHRA’s most successful female driver.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.
The 24-race NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series campaign has hit its midway point with last weekend’s running of the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA nationals at Norwalk, Ohio.
The key to gaining Wally trophies and national championships in NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series competition is to be consistently fast. This season, there’s one driver who’s doing so more than any other.
The 10th of 24 events in the 2018 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series schedule was an impressive one for three well known NHRA drivers.
Despite Mother Nature making her best effort to become the ultimate champion at this weekend’s 30th annual Menards NHRA Heartland Nationals presented by Minties, endurance would pay off and spirits would remain anything but dampened by one femme fatale and two of her fellow competitors at Heartland Motorsports Park.
Courtney Force, Leah Pritchett and Vincent Nobile cruised past the checkered flag at Atlanta Dragway.
This weekend’s NGK Spark Plugs NHRA Four-Wide Nationals at zMAX Dragway proved nothing short of record-breaking.