A very special holiday is upon us, and three NHRA drivers have a great reason to celebrate. In our latest edition of Behind The Wheel podcast, we caught up with the two young drivers who proved that nothing could stop them from earning their first ever NHRA world championship in 2018.
If there was any question about the role of families in NHRA drag racing, it was easily answered at the series’ finale on the Auto Club Raceway at Pomona dragstrip. Whether related by blood or by friendship, families prevailed when the championship Wally trophies were handed out.
Once again, the 2018 NHRA season has come to a powerful close, and the bigger picture is framed very differently than last year.
NHRA annually makes a full circle, starting and ending its 24-race seasons on the Auto Club Raceway at Pomona dragstrip.
Some of the big names in Pro Stock are eyeing greener passages. Tanner Grey announced mid-season that he was leaving after the championship and no Bo Butner has joined the exodus. Does this spell the end of that NHRA class?
NHRA point leaders were all the rage at this weekend’s AAA Texas NHRA Nationals at Texas Motorplex.
Tanner Gray, the 19-year-old leading NHRA’s Mello Yello Countdown to the Championship Pro Stock standings, is going back to his racing roots.
The second race in the 2018 NHRA Countdown to the Championship led to excitement, explosions and new points leaders at this weekend’s AAA Insurance NHRA Midwest Nationals.
In 2017, Tanner Gray won the NHRA’s Auto Club Road to the Future award that signifies the drag racing community’s rookie of the year.
While some enjoyed time off from work on Labor Day, three well-known NHRA superstars spent their Monday holiday working as hard as possible to earn well deserved victories at this weekend’s 64th annual Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals at Lucas Oil Raceway in Indianapolis.