John Alan Hudson made drag racing history with his jet-fueled dragster, the Texas Starship.
Women have been impressing fans of this sport much longer than many may realize, so we decided to take a look at a few those who have paved the way for today’s rising stars.
The Grand National Roadster Show (GNRS) will this year feature a hall filled with various dragsters that played a significant role in the growth of professional and amateur drag racing.
Cory McClenathan, three-time Texas Motorplex Top Fuel winner and 34-time Top Fuel NHRA national event winner, will become the first-ever recipient of the Texas Motorplex Legend.
The 25th annual Millers of Milwaukee Vintage Indy Car event was held in Wisconsin on July 12-13.
In 1999 in Phoenix, Ariz., Tony Schumacher became the NHRA’s first drag racer to meet or exceed the lightning-fast pace of 330 mph.
Memories last long after a beloved venue is gone. Such is the case with Lions Associated Drag Strip.
Tom McEwen always played to a good crowd.
Paul Garson takes us back to the ’50s to discover the history of the famous Lions Drag Strip, which has recently experienced a revival of sorts.
The Quarter Mile Foundation launched Project 1320 to interview the founders and heroes of drag racing since World War II, preserving the legacy of the sport.