There was a time when Doug Kalitta and his NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series Kalitta Motorsports Top Fuel team started each season with a bang.
NHRA’s pecking order can change quickly, depending on who reads a track properly during eliminations and who doesn’t as last week’s Maple Grove race proved? So, who will take the lead this weekend in North Carolina?
The 38th annual Pep Boys NHRA Nationals at Maple Grove Raceway got an extra day of fun on the books thanks a washout on Sunday.
The balance of the Countdown field are Kalitta Motorsports’ Doug Kalitta (still looking for win No. 50), Mike Salinas’ Scrappers Racing, Austin Prock of John Force Racing, Clay Millican and Josh Hart in tenth place.
This year’s Countdown is set to be a doozy with very few winners already a given.
Kyle Koretsky is geared up for speed and ready to make a blazing entrance into the NHRA Countdown to the Championship at Maple Grove Raceway with his signature “Shake & Bake” style.
The Nats are more than the next stop on the chase for a champion, with the Pep Boys Funny Car All Star Callout, Mission’s #2Fast2Tasty Challenge, Dodge’s annual HEMI Challenge and the Rooftec NHRA Competition Eliminator Cash Clash all mixing with multiple race series.
The PRO Superstar Shootout, set to take place at Bradenton Motorsports Park in the city of the same name in Florida on February 8-10, 2024.
Brainerd International Raceway’s 41st annual Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals saw at least one familiar face in the Camping World Drag Racing Series Winner’s Circle, Ron Capps and his Toyota GR Supra Funny Car.
It’s time to get locked into NHRA’s Countdown to the Championship playoffs that begin after the next two races, held this weekend during the 41st Lucas Oil Nationals at Brainerd International Raceway and at Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park (LOIRP) over Labor Day weekend