2019 has been a good year for Wilkerson, who drove his Ford Mustang to the final rounds of both the Gainesville and Las Vegas races, the latter NHRA’s second four-wide contest, now in its second year.
Although others in the IndyCar Series and NASCAR have had the opportunity to try becoming the next American Ninja Warrior, few dirt drivers have taken on NBC’s hit obstacle-course competition series. That is, until now.
Hard to believe it’s been 10 years since zMAX Dragway debuted four-wide NHRA Mello Yello drag racing, but it’s true.
Perhaps 20 years ago, maybe longer, it wasn’t uncommon to see dedicated drag racers at a test and tune working with adjustable headers.
Don “The Snake” Prudhomme will return to the Baja peninsula this year over five decades after missing his first chance to compete in the grueling Mexican 1000 off-road race.
For this year’s 103rd Indy 500 Dennis Reinbold has, for a second consecutive year, enlisted the services of J.R. Hildebrand to complement his younger driver, Sage Karam.
Trophies used to be a very big deal in racing. Now, most prizes for race winners are sundry items that mean plenty to the recipient but lack cachet. Tom Michael Patsis is doing his best to change that with his Cold Hard Art studio.
NASCAR is trying very, very hard to win back lost fans with every gimmick they can think of.
If there were any questions about the surging of John Force Racing operations, this past weekend’s Mopar Express Lane NHRA SpringNationals at Houston Raceway in Baytown, Texas put any doubts to bed.
We’re starting a new weekly series here at RacingJunk just for fans of dirt track racing, in which we will cover the dirt track racing in USAC, USMTS, ASCS and the Lucas Oil Late Model Series.