McLeod’s Paul Lee is getting ready to get back on the track, two years after a massive heart attack which looked to be the end of his racing career.
One of the most accomplished and renowned NHRA legends was recently inducted into the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America.
The 2018 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series season wasn’t a great one for Antron Brown, the three-time Top Fuel champion.
One of the longest, most successful partnerships in NHRA drag racing will continue for the next few years as Dodge/SRT and Mopar announce a multiyear partnership extension with Don Schumacher Racing.
It’s official: NAPA Auto Parts and Ron Capps will be racing together again, searching for their second NHRA Mello Yello Funny Car championship together after securing their first in 2016.
November’s painful wildfires in California caused widespread devastation, so a generous group of California natives who ply their trade in NHRA’s Mello Yello Drag Racing Series have elected to give resources that can aid those needing to rebuild.
NHRA’s School of Automotive Machinists & Technology Factory Stock Showdown (FSS) Series was intended to be a place where factory muscle cars, built for the track, would have a place to compete, with obvious safety equipment being the biggest change to the cars in question.
Before hitting the track for the 64th annual NHRA U.S. Nationals this weekend, Don Schumacher Racing (DSR) will already have achieved a major victory – raising funds for Indy’s own Riley Hospital for Children.
As the stars of the NHRA raced their way onto the top drag strip in Seattle, one team drove to the top after breaking a winless streak and achieving two milestone victories in a split second at this weekend’s 31st annual CatSpot NHRA Northwest Nationals.
NHRA’s Funny Car racers knew something wasn’t right when they went to tech their cars in testing before the first races of the 2018 season. They were measured one way; other certain cars were measured in a different manner.