As the drag racing season jumps back into high gear, we’re excited to celebrate by slipping Behind The Wheel with some of this sport’s most inspiring drivers – like rising drag racing star Sarah Moldenhauer.
When beloved NHRA Pro Stock champion Bob Glidden passed away in 2017 at age 73, it was a huge loss for the straight-line racing community and for Ford Motor Co., with whom “Mad Dog” earned his 85 victories and 10 championships.
Congratulations are in order today – Ken Regenthal, RacingJunk.com’s first Behind the Wheel driver, has raced his way into the North Carolina Drag Racing Hall of Fame.
Hagan, Butner, and Kalitta have a good weekend at the Winternationals; John and Brittany Force both walk away from crashes.
NHRA Senior Vice President of Racing Operations, and industry legend, Graham Light is set to retire at the end of the 54th Auto Club finals this season.
It’s time – the 2018 NHRA season has started testing, and that means the exciting races of the Mello Yello Drag Racing Series are close behind.
John Force has become the first drag racer recognized with a doctorate, and the third motorsports standout.
There’s been a sea of silence from NHRA and its denizens since the announcement that Pro Stock is now a “silhouette” class.
Ashley Sanford, the 23-year-old Fullerton, Calif. native who grew up wanting to be a professional drag racer, is off to Australia for the second time in Jan. 2018 thanks to Santo Rapisarda.
Bob Glidden, drag racing legend and 10-time NHRA Pro Stock champion, died Dec. 17.