Top end is where the highest of the highs and the lowest of the lows converge, and that was quite neatly on display this past Sunday.
The 2019 NHRA season has drawn to a close, and this season’s list of championship drivers came as no surprise to fans.
As the 2019 NHRA season begins to wind down, girl power is beginning to heat up as two of this sport’s most impressive drivers found a way to fuel their fire at this weekend’s Dodge NHRA Nationals.
It looks like Pro Stock is going to go down to the wire in Pomona this year.
For Erica Enders, is the wait finally over for a third title? Has the tide turned for Elite Motorsports?
As the seasons begin to change, so does the battle in the 2019 NHRA season.
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.
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.
NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series Pro Stock driver Erica Enders will take a break from her busy schedule soon to try her hand at another prestigious title – 2018 DRAG ILLUSTRATED World Series of Pro Mod Champion.
This weekend’s NGK Spark Plugs NHRA Four-Wide Nationals at zMAX Dragway proved nothing short of record-breaking.