The 2017 NHRA season has come to a close, and if you need one word of reaction on the results – surprise!
At the NASCAR Camping World Truck series 2016 finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway, William Bryon won the EcoBoost 200, but Johnny Sauter raced to the championship crown.
Daniel Suarez became the first Drive for Diversity graduate to win a NASCAR Championship when he won the NASCAR Xfinity series Ford EcoBoost 300.
Jimmie Johnson won Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway and a record-tying seventh NASCAR Sprint Cup championship.
Shawn Langdon showed up in late January at the former Firebird International Raceway five years ago, fresh off his second NHRA Lucas Oil Super Comp world championship in preparation for a new career in the Top Fuel class with Morgan Lucas Racing.