It is the month of May and we here at RacingJunk are celebrating a great time of the year for an outdoor adventure.
Longtime nostalgia Funny Car driver Jim Maroney is now driving his way to the top of the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series ladder with the launching of his all new Top Fuel team.
After completing the Eldora Speedway’s Let’s Race Two event sweep in 2018, Donny Schatz was back at it this weekend at the track owned by his team owner.
Despite starting on the outside pole alongside the No. 44 of Chris Madden, Clover, SC-native Ross Bailes had a near perfect night at his home track.
This stop on the 2019 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series schedule gave three drivers a chance to add even more wins to their ever-expanding victory collection.
Mario Bonfante Jr. has dedicated years to helping both himself and other paralyzed drivers achieve more than ever before.
In one of the most exciting weekends on the 2019 NHRA schedule, four drivers earned historic firsts at the NGK Spark Plugs NHRA Four-Wide Nationals at zMAX Dragway.
Although others in the IndyCar Series and NASCAR have had the opportunity to try becoming the next American Ninja Warrior, few dirt drivers have taken on NBC’s hit obstacle-course competition series. That is, until now.
After a slow start to the 2019 NHRA season, one of the most well-known teams in the Mello Yello NHRA drag racing series found themselves back on top this weekend.
While many of the events that we writers at RacingJunk cover involve actual racing coverage, there are few as inspiring as the one I had the privilege to attend earlier this week.