The third race of the 2019 NHRA Mello Yello season will be a big one.
After leading Erica Enders to two consecutive NHRA Pro Stock championships, Elite Motorsports made the ill-advised switch from Chevrolet to Dodge affiliation – just as the category was swapping its carbureted engine induction for electronic fuel injection.
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.
Maybe there is some hope for NHRA’s Pro Stock class, now that it has contracted from 24 to 18 races for the upcoming 2019 season? During last weekend’s PRI trade show in Indianapolis, there was some good news, and that continues into the week.
NHRA drivers, crew members and fans are mourning the recent loss of a legend: former NHRA Top Fuel championship-winning driver and crew chief Dick LaHaie.
Starting with its Top Fuel effort for Clay Millican, whose breakout 2018 NHRA Mello Yello season included two victories, SSG is ramping up marketing efforts.
NHRA Top Sportsman racer Don O’Neal unveiled his newest race car during the first day of the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) trade show in Indianapolis.
Three-time NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle champion Angelle Sampey is parting ways with Liberty Racing following a two-season partnership.
This could go down as one of the shorter retirements in NHRA Pro Stock racing.
This early 60’s Ford is powered by a 521 CI BBF!