NASCAR has announced several rules changes for the 2019 Xfinity Series and Gander Outdoors Truck Series.
NHRA’s Funny Car racers knew something wasn’t right when they went to tech their cars in testing before the first races of the 2018 season. They were measured one way; other certain cars were measured in a different manner.
NHRA has decided to enforce further penalties for a few types of egregious behaviors, starting with this weekend’s Amalie Motor Oil NHRA Gatornationals in Gainesville, Fla.
In an attempt to give us better racing, NASCAR makes changes to their rules packages every year, and this year is no different.
In NHRA drag racing, the win light always goes to the driver or rider first to the stripe. In qualifying for the Mello Yello Drag Racing Series professional categories, that can sometimes be a misleading light.
It never fails to amuse when sanctioning bodies change their rules, apparently at will. INDYCAR, much like NASCAR, seems to revel in making changes.
A number of changes to the NASCAR landscape were announced last year before the season ended.
The Verizon IndyCar Series has opted to get away from its three years of manufacturer designed and constructed aero kits to revert to a universal aero kit for the 2018 season and beyond.
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.
NHRA is intent on policing laid-back headers in its Mello Yello Funny Car category. Initially, they spoke of limiting the minimum angle of the headers to 32 degrees, but settled on 40 degrees to start the 2018 Mello Yello season.