The 2018 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series season is sprinting to a close as the second of six Countdown to the Championship playoff races takes place this weekend.
J.R. Todd is accustomed to succeeding where it’s unexpected.
The key to gaining Wally trophies and national championships in NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series competition is to be consistently fast. This season, there’s one driver who’s doing so more than any other.
Is this the year of the smiling assassin in NHRA’s Top Fuel Mello Yello Drag Racing Series category? It sure looks that way.
Despite Mother Nature making her best effort to become the ultimate champion at this weekend’s 30th annual Menards NHRA Heartland Nationals presented by Minties, endurance would pay off and spirits would remain anything but dampened by one femme fatale and two of her fellow competitors at Heartland Motorsports Park.
Del Worsham is parking his Toyota Camry Funny Car until the Toyota NHRA Sonoma Nationals.
Despite a terrifying crash during the Lucas Oil Winternationals less than two weeks ago, Brittany Force is in Arizona, ready to compete.
Mopar has announced Pritchett will contest all of NHRA’s SAM Tech Factory Stock Showdown seven races this year, in addition to her duties behind the wheel of DSR’s Top Fuel dragster.
Ashley Sanford, the 23-year-old Fullerton, Calif. native who grew up wanting to be a professional drag racer, is off to Australia for the second time in Jan. 2018 thanks to Santo Rapisarda.
The curious tale of NHRA’s sanctions to its three-time Top Fuel world champion Larry Dixon might have its roots in the initial appearance, at Gainesville in March of this year, of Dixon’s eponymous team.