The NHRA Spring Nationals brought new contenders to the forefront and granted Courtney Force access to the Traxxas Shootout.
Fans have the opportunity to decide the most important Funny Car in the class’ history.
The advent of the 300-mph era began when Kenny Bernstein and his Budweiser King Top Fuel dragster eclipsed the barrier at 301.70 mph. That Friday’s qualifying run rocked the drag racing world.
On March 22,1992 at the Motorcraft Gatornationals at Gainesville Raceway, Kenny Bernstein became the first driver to break 300 miles per hour with a speed of 301.7 becoming the King of Speed.