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.
Despite Mother Nature making her best effort to become the ultimate champion at this weekend’s 30th annual Menards NHRA Heartland Nationals presented by Minties, endurance would pay off and spirits would remain anything but dampened by one femme fatale and two of her fellow competitors at Heartland Motorsports Park.
Yes, you read that right. John Cuglietta drove his recently-purchased Pro Stock ’98 GMC truck to a record pass of 7.16 seconds at 190 MPH with a 5.3-liter engine and a bone stock bottom end.
Alan Prusiensky is one of the “little guys” in NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series competition.
Give NHRA some credit – they’re trying to fix the issues they created with Pro Stock, which has lost popularity since the inception of the electronic fuel injection era two years ago.
This Plymouth is a pro stock masterpiece!
This completely renewed car makes a great racer!
Just when we thought it was sensible to believe dictates that come from NHRA’s Glendora, Calif. offices, the sanctioning body has reversed its proclamation to shorten fields for Pro Stock in nine races during the 2018 season.