The Performance Racing Industry 2017 show kicks off with a state of the union, great race cars, and new products.
Australian Richie Crampton, who drove the SealMaster dragster fielded by Kalitta Motorsports in the last seven races of 2017, has been retained for next year.
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.
Somone lost their marbles and made this.
Despite being this year’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series point series bridesmaid, Kyle Busch scored his second legendary this weekend after taking the checkered flag in the 50th Annual Snowball Derby at Five Flags Speedway.
Troy Coughlin has announced his retirement from profession racing. Perhaps surprisingly, perhaps not, this news comes on the heels of Coughlin’s third Pro Mod world championship victory.
As the drivers sit on the starting grid, their eyes fix keenly on the light or the flag marshal, they bite their lips, breathe shallowly and tense their grip around the steering wheel.
Beginning in mid-December, long-serving vice president of competition and head of race control Brian Barnhart will leave the Indianapolis-based Verizon IndyCar Series to take over the presidency of Harding Racing.
Race teams always look for the “unfair advantage.” It’s no different in NHRA drag racing, where the crew chief shuffle is in high gear this fall.
The International Hot Rod Association (IHRA) and Summit Racing Equipment have partnered with the goal of producing 20 Summit Sportsman Spectacular races over 10 double-race weekends in 2018.