Matt Hagan and Robert Hight both blew the bodies off of their Funny Cars before crossing the finish line at the Amalie Motor Oil Gatornationals in Gainesville, Florida, Sunday. Hagan was credited with the win, moving him on to the semifinals. Both drivers were uninjured.
Courtney Force picked up her first Wally in nearly two years on an emotional day of eliminations, while Steve Torrence (Top Fuel) and Chris McGaha (Pro Stock) earned their first wins of the 2018 Mello Yello Drag Racing season.
The Q80 Camaro smashes the WORLD RECORD ET and MPH during the Street Car Super Nationals event at Gateway Motorsports Park in St. Louis August 2014. The car is driven by Turky Al Zafiri and is powered by a Twin Turbo Pro Line Racing Engine with tuning by Jose Gonzales and Turbo legend Steve Petty. […]
Maple Grove Raceway’s quarter-mile, NHRA-sanctioned drag strip will undergo a significant facelift in order to create a better, more consistent racing surface for its racers. The track will be torn up beginning at the 770-foot point of the track and will continue past the finish line. The track currently is concrete from the starting line […]
NHRA Jerry Bonkowski Jan 15, 2015, 1:33 PM EST After months of rumors and speculation about which car manufacturer he’ll represent, 16-time NHRA Funny Car champ John Force has made it official. Force announced Thursday in a teleconference that after nearly 20 years with Ford as the manufacturer of record on his Funny Car and […]
The event was a great success with thousand of people in attendance. There were many fast cars running at the NHRA event. The photo above is a great wheelie shot of Michael Gramzinski 1974 Plymouth Duster. He is the number 1 qualifier in the Quick 16 class. He had the best qualifying time of 6.362 […]
Isaias RojasÂ from Mech-Tech Racing teamÂ takes a win atÂ MarylandÂ with 5.93 sec. @ 234.84 mph.