NHRA drivers and fans are mourning the loss of a talented driver following a fatal crash last weekend at Atlanta Dragway. NHRA Top Sportsman racing series driver Randy Alexander died on Saturday after crossing the finish line.
NASCAR and its long-time fans are mourning the loss of a legend and his son following race weekend at Talladega Superspeedway.
The great drag racing chassis builder and engine tuner Steve Plueger, 74, has died.
The racing legend has passed. Dan Gurney, 86, died due to complications from pneumonia.
Bob Glidden, drag racing legend and 10-time NHRA Pro Stock champion, died Dec. 17.
Walter “Bud” Moore, winner of multiple NASCAR championships as both a car owner and a crew chief, as well as a decorated veteran of World War II, passed away recently at the age of 92.
The motorcycling world is in mourning over the recent passing of a legend. Tom White, who was a co-founder of White Brothers Cycle Specialties (recently bought out by Vance & Hines), passed away Nov. 2.
Roy Lunn, one of the engineers behind a number of popular cars, has passed away at the age of 92. Lunn’s career in automotive engineering spanned several decades and two continents.
The drag racing world in general, and specifically the Alcohol Funny Car dragster community, lost a legend recently. Vern Moats was the NHRA’s Top Alcohol Funny Car driver with the longest tenure before he retired in 2012.
Pontiac muscle car collector Merle Green advised us that Arlen Vanke had passed away on June 15.