A full month after its opening salvo, the NHRA’s Camping World Drag Racing Series is back in action this week and it’s going to be a wild event.
The NHRA is proud to announce Ford as a presenting sponsor of the NHRA Youth and Education Services (YES) Program.
Not only did team leader Matt Smith earn his fourth NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series Pro Stock Motorcycle championship, but one of his teammates, wife Angie Smith earned her second PSM Wally winner’s trophy and joined the 200mph club, while Scotty Pollacheck hit 200 and earned his first-class victory at the most sacred race of all: the U.S. Nationals.
The D-A Lubricant Company and NHRA Top Fuel Driver Joe Morrison have joined forces.
Gallery of the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season opener — AMALIE Motor Oil NHRA Gatornationals.
The 52nd annual Amalie Motor Oil Gatornationals had quite a few lessons to it.
You have heard his voice on our Behind The Wheel podcast and now you get to see your and our talented friend Chris Young in a whole new role – as a drag racer.
Unfortunately for drag race fans, the 61st annual Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals presented by ProtectTheHarvest.com at Auto Club Raceway at Pomona, originally scheduled for April 9-11 will be postponed.
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.
“I want to race where I’m celebrated, not where I’m tolerated.” That’s a direct quote from three-time NHRA Camping World Pro Stock champion Jason Line, who departed the category at the close of the 2020 season.