We’re getting close to the season’s halfway point approaching at many International Hot Rod Association (IHRA) Summit SuperSeries tracks.
The International Hot Rod Association and Ferris, Texas’ Xtreme Raceway Park have moved the dates of Summit Sportsman Spectacular race from March 9-11 to June 1-3 in order to accommodate construction delays due to weather.
The International Hot Rod Association (IHRA) and Summit Racing Equipment have partnered with the goal of producing 20 Summit Sportsman Spectacular races over 10 double-race weekends in 2018.
The curious tale of NHRA’s sanctions to its three-time Top Fuel world champion Larry Dixon might have its roots in the initial appearance, at Gainesville in March of this year, of Dixon’s eponymous team.
The engine in a Stocker is very important, but in most cases, these engines are actually “stocker” than you might think.
In the past, we’ve taken a close look at what makes a legal Stock Eliminator car tick. Some of the well-scienced parts include shocks and springs, along with wheels, tires and rear end assemblies.
Today’s Stockers haul. From the outside, they can look like the Rubik’s Cube of performance – going fast with “minimal” modifications. Not so.
The IHRA Summit World Finals attracted drivers from all over the continent to race on October 19-21 at the Memphis International Raceway. On Saturday, the champions of the IHRA Summit SuperSeries in three categories were crowned.
Want to go class racing? Stock looks pretty good, doesn’t it? But hang on – how on earth do you figure out what fits what?
For the first time ever, the International Hot Rod Association (IHRA) sportsman program will move to an all-bracket racing format in 2018. Next season will include both the Summit SuperSeries and the Summit Sportsman Spectacular programs.