One historic event of the 2019 Mello Yello NHRA season gave three drivers a chance to earn their own golden victories this weekend at Gainsville Raceway.
In its ongoing efforts to bring new fans and competitors to Pro Stock, NHRA will have four additional tests of Mountain Motor Pro Stock cars during the 2019 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series season.
A very special holiday is upon us, and three NHRA drivers have a great reason to celebrate. In our latest edition of Behind The Wheel podcast, we caught up with the two young drivers who proved that nothing could stop them from earning their first ever NHRA world championship in 2018.
After leading Erica Enders to two consecutive NHRA Pro Stock championships, Elite Motorsports made the ill-advised switch from Chevrolet to Dodge affiliation – just as the category was swapping its carbureted engine induction for electronic fuel injection.
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.
This could go down as one of the shorter retirements in NHRA Pro Stock racing.
Another shovel-full of dirt fell into the grave of NHRA’s Pro Stock category less than a week after the Mello Yello season finale at Auto Club Raceway in Pomona.
The 2018 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series season is sprinting to a close as the second of six Countdown to the Championship playoff races takes place this weekend.
NHRA knows they need to do something to assist the Pro Stock class. They’re just not sure what they want to do.
After a hard-fought battle at the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals at Summit Motorsports Park, three drivers proved that a lot of hard work and a little patience can lead to an end to a dry spell.