Once again, the 2018 NHRA season has come to a powerful close, and the bigger picture is framed very differently than last year.
News, driver interviews, and the latest in NHRA drag racing event coverage including the Mello Yello Championship series, schedules and results.
As expected, NHRA is reducing its Mello Yello Pro Stock category, contracting the number of events from 24 to 18 for the door-slammers in 2019.
Bob Vandergriff Racing (BVR) is gearing up for the 2019 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing season – even before the current 24-race schedule is completed.
Welcome back to Behind the Wheel. Those who are enjoying our stories with speed demons on two wheels will want to tune in to our latest episode. If you have been following this column for the last few years, you will probably be familiar with the name Valerie Thompson.
NHRA annually makes a full circle, starting and ending its 24-race seasons on the Auto Club Raceway at Pomona dragstrip.
NHRA has listened to its stakeholders and remade its 2019 Countdown to the Championship playoffs for Mello Yello Top Fuel, Funny Car, Pro Stock and Pro Stock Motorcycle categories.
Five drivers had the best race weekend of their lives after clinching championships in the NHRA Pacific Division Lucas Oil Series event over the weekend at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Usually, when someone hears the word COPO a long history burnt fuel and loud engines come to mind. Chevy is about to throw a wrench in all that.
Recently, the ownership team changed to Straight-line Strategy Group, and they elected to bring Mike Kloeber to the party as crew chief for Millican’s Parts Plus, Strutmasters rail for 2019 and beyond.
After the fifth race, it’s now Kalitta Motorsport’s J.R. Todd atop the standings, thanks to his victory at Las Vegas and his overwhelming consistency throughout this six-race playoffs.