As NHRA’s Mello Yello professional teams gather for testing, Jan 30-Feb 2 at the venue for their second, of 24 races on the 2019 calendar, Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park outside Phoenix, Arizona, one of the most successful nitro-powered teams in the paddock has announced adjustments to its driving and tuning lineup.
With Courtney Force’s withdrawal from driving the Advance Auto Parts NHRA Funny Car for John Force Racing, just about eight years to the day from when oldest sister Ashley Force Hood made a similar decision, elder sister Brittany, the 2017 NHRA Top Fuel champion has assumed the mantle, wearing the bright red Advance colors on her Top Fuel dragster.
There have been rumors swirling for the past few months and now it’s official: NHRA is losing one of its premier Funny Car racers.
This year was a roller-coaster ride for John Force Racing in NHRA Mello Yello competition.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month.
NHRA’s Funny Car racers knew something wasn’t right when they went to tech their cars in testing before the first races of the 2018 season. They were measured one way; other certain cars were measured in a different manner.
World Champion Top Fuel driver Brittany Force has been nominated for the 2018 ESPY award, BEST DRIVER! The winner for BEST DRIVER is based on a total vote tally, so we all can do our part to help her bring home the ESPY.
Aside from four massive engine explosions, John Force has been quiet lately.
The dynamics of NHRA’s Mello Yello Drag Racing Series are changing.
It happened again, for the second time in two NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series races: A John Force Racing car had a huge, frightening accident in Sunday eliminations.