It’s not often the first round of eliminations in NHRA’s 24-race Mello Yello season gets rained out.
Although they had to wait an extra day to earn their first victories of the 2019 season, two legendary NHRA drivers have claimed back-to-back Winternational victories, while one driver took his fourth win at Auto Club Raceway.
Drag racing fans who have been on the edge of their seats, awaiting the start of the 2019 NHRA season, will have to wait a little bit longer to find out who will be the season’s first crowned speed demons.
Hagan, Butner, and Kalitta have a good weekend at the Winternationals; John and Brittany Force both walk away from crashes.
The NHRA Mello Yello season kicks off with strong passes and a heart-stopping moment as John Force’s Funny Car crashes.
Like many of top motorsports stars, this 33-year-old dirt slinger from Arkansas began competing at a very young age.
2015 marks the 50th Anniversary of the Don “The Snake” Prudhomme’s first Top Fuel win.
Force takes his first step to 17th title, alBalooshi shows Top Fuel dominance and Line wins it for teammate, Greg Anderson at the kick off event for the NHRA 2014 Mello Yello Drag Racing Series.
The 54th Circle K NHRA Winternationals wrapped up without a hitch this past weekend, filled with good news for the John Force Racing team.