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.
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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.
According to an announcement made Sunday by NHRA officials, in 2018 the Pro Stock Car category will feature 16-car fields at all 24 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series national events.
The Countdown to the 2017 NHRA Championship is well underway, and we can’t wait to see who comes home with the ultimate in podium finishes. We recently caught up to KB Racing’s own Greg Anderson to find out a little more about his winning ways.
In an effort to retain viewer interest, the NHRA is once again making changes to the Pro Stock class by changing the field size for the 2018 season. But will this make a difference for the struggling class?
At a press conference last Friday, 2012 NHRA Pro Stock world champion Allen Johnson said he will retire from Pro Stock competition at this season’s end.
Mike Aguilar sat down with NHRA VP of Technical Operations Glen Gray and asked him about some significant rules changes as well as what affect he thinks the EFI mandate has had on the sport.
A return to Chicago’s iconic Route 66 Raceway gave a few NHRA legends another unforgettable win at the 20th annual Fallen Patriots NHRA Route 66 Nationals presented by K&N Filters.