The NHRA Youth and Education Services Program, presented by the U.S. Army, will feature a stronger focus on S.T.E.M education in 2018 as it enters into its 30th season.
The Professional Drag Racers Ass’n announced that the payout in their top three classes will increase next season
The NHRA Jr. Drag Racing Conference Finals will return to familiar surroundings next year as the Western Conference Finals will take place at Osage Tulsa Raceway Park in Tulsa, Okla., and the Eastern Conference Finals will be held at Bristol Dragway in Tennessee.
The International Hot Rod Association and Sunoco announce a multi-year partnership that will see Sunoco Race Fuels continue as the official fuel of the IHRA.
Lucas Oil Products officials announced that the organization is renewing its longstanding sponsorship with NHRA.
Mark Malcuit made his name in circle track racing. He racked up several championships and carved his mark on the industry.
The MegaCorp Top Junior Dragster World Champion, Brayden Davis, won his championship alongside his father, Travis, making them the first PDRA son/father championships won in the same year.
NHRA officials have announced that E3 Spark Plugs has renewed their sponsorship agreement with NHRA which includes their decision to sponsor NHRA’s Pro Mod series.
Tickets for the 34th annual NHRA Arizona Nationals are on sale now for the event taking place Feb. 23-25 at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park outside of Phoenix.
Kalitta Motorsports officials announce that Richie Crampton will return to the team and run for the 2018 NHRA Mello Yello Top Fuel Championship in the Kalitta Air Top Fuel dragster.