The Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals brought about more than just long awaited victories.
Although it seemed as if the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series weekend of racing across Pennsylvania would be a wash out after Friday night’s race was cancelled due to thunderstorms, two series regulars found exactly what they needed to race their way to victory lane.
At one of the final two races of the regular 2018 NHRA season, three drivers would race their way to a long-awaited victory.
While many NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series drivers enjoyed their off-weekend spending time with family somewhere tropical or just catching up on sleep, Pro Stock driver Erica Enders decided to try her hand at another prestigious title.
Police in the province of Ontario, Canada are in the process of investigating a fire at a popular Canadian dragway and roadcourse racing facility near the town of Cayuga.
As the stars of the World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series completed their recent “Week of Wisconsin” tour, one driver would race away with a large-and-in-charge $50,000 payday following Saturday night’s USA Nationals 100-lap feature at Cedar Lake Speedway.
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.
Chris Madden stole Sheppard’s thunder after dominating all 50 laps at the famed dirt track located west of Green Bay in Shawano, Wis.
Despite falling short to World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series 2017 Rookie of the Year Devin Moran at last weekend’s Prairie Dirt Classic, defending series champion Brandon Sheppard was back on top last night.
A former World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series Rookie of the Year earned the biggest win of his career this weekend after overcoming defending Series Champion and Prairie Dirt Classic winner Brandon Sheppard at the 29th annual Prairie Dirt Classic.