Like many things this year, the top shelf of drag racing was forced to delay the start of their season due to an invisible virus. While both drivers and fans would have to show some serious patience for the explosive 2021 National Hot Rod Association to begin, and it was worth the wait.
Nearly five months after the close of the 2020 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season, the 2021 campaign begins this weekend, starting NHRA’s 70th year of competition.
Rahn Tobler has been contemplating retirement for a while. After all, he’s spent nearly 50 years working in the sport of drag racing.
NHRA’s 2020 season was a spaghetti western with good, bad and ugly qualities to it from February through to the first of November.
The NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series campaign began as normal with a mid-February opener in Pomona, then went to Phoenix. After that, of course everything changed.
In the most crash-filled NHRA race of the 2020 season, two drivers drove away with some of the most impressive victories of the year.
The NHRA’s Mello Yello Drag Racing Series began its sprint to a close last weekend with the 51st annual Amalie Motor Oil NHRA Gatornationals, a customary rite of spring that was postponed until the early days of fall.
While drivers from the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) have spent the last several weeks racing at one Indianapolis race track, things really heated up for four championship contending drivers after racing out of the Midwest and onto the sunny beaches of Gainesville, FL.
It may not be official, but NHRA’s Countdown to the Championship begins this weekend at historic Gainesville Raceway, home of the 51st Amalie Motor Oil Gatornatiionals.
Torrence Earns Back to Back Victories at Indy, While Capps & Coughlin Earn First Victories of the Season at Dodge NHRA Indy Nationals.