Maybe there is some hope for NHRA’s Pro Stock class, now that it has contracted from 24 to 18 races for the upcoming 2019 season? During last weekend’s PRI trade show in Indianapolis, there was some good news, and that continues into the week.
NHRA E3 Spark Plugs Pro Mod racer Steve Matusek wasn’t sure what he was going to do after teammate Danny Rowe decided to step away from the sport for 2019. He found his answer in Elite Motorsports, which is making a large leap into Pro Mod, adding Matusek and Elite client Alex Laughlin to their effort for Erica Enders, giving the team three Pro Mod entries in the 2019 campaign.
Wes Buck wants drag racing fans and the general public to be knowledgeable about up-and-coming drag racers, whether they’re drivers, mechanics, public relations operatives, track operators or officials in the sport
NHRA Top Sportsman racer Don O’Neal unveiled his newest race car during the first day of the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) trade show in Indianapolis.
We got the chance to chat with Ross Berlanga of JE Pistons on their Masters of Motors Competition that was launched at SEMA this year.
The PRI Show, at 30, celebrated the past and future of the sport. And RJ gave away ALL the t-shirts.
Drag Illustrated announced their 30 Under 30 on Friday at the PRI Show.
Richard Petty confirmed an earlier SportsBusiness Daily report to Kickin’ the Tires reporter Jerry Jordan that Richard Petty Motorsports (RPM) will switch from Ford to Chevrolet as well as form an alliance with Richard Childress Racing (RCR) in 2018.
The Performance Racing Industry 2017 show kicks off with a state of the union, great race cars, and new products.
Weld announced their 2016 brand ambassadors at a press conference at PRI 2015 in Indianapolis.