The latest series to draw to a close gave a few NHRA Camping World Series legends the opportunity to add another championship to their trophy case at this weekend’s Auto Club NHRA Finals at Auto Club Raceway at Pomona.
At the NHRA’s 1000th event, the Dodge//SRT NHRA Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway this weekend three drivers would make the right gambles to both drive to victory and inch closer to a hunt for 2021 championship.
It’s going to be far more difficult to choose a stand-out newcomer in 2021. There are so many new competitors in the Camping World Drag Racing Series that have made their marks in only their first year of professional competition that the choice will definitely be tough to make.
After a thrilling weekend in the Thunder Valley of Bristol Dragway one driver who has been on a serious dry spell over the last few years, finally found her way back to the top of the podium.
On a wild final day at this weekend’s Texas NHRA FallNationals at Ennis, TX’s own Texas Motorplex, one driver who was recently inducted into the North Carolina Auto Racing Hall of Fame, would carve his place into Pro Stock history.
Although a trip to the home of motorsports would give NHRA Camping World drag racing rookies a chance to shine, a journey to the Midwest would give three former champions a chance to rise back to the top.
This year’s NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series Countdown to the Championship playoffs feels like a trip down a racetrack. Fast, quick and filled with drama.
After tying Warren Johnson for the most wins in Pro Stock history at last weekend’s Mopar Express Lane NHRA Nationals, Greg Anderson was denied the chance to hold the illustrious record after KB Racing rookie racing teammate Kyle Koretsky took down the veteran at this weekend’s DeWalt NHRA Carolina Nationals at zMAX Dragway.
As if championship leader Steve Torrence could not prove his powerful dominance anymore, the king of Top Fuel was back at it at this weekend’s Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals.
“Dorothy we are in Kansas and there is no better place to be” is sure to be what the whole John Force Racing family was thinking following Sunday’s final elimination round at the Menards NHRA Nationals presented by PetArmor at Heartland Motorsports Park.