If anything, Alexis DeJoria knows how to overcome adversity, which is why she is not about to let a slow start to her NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series season bring her down.
They arrive for work at the sprawling 250,000-square-foot JEGS High Performance warehouse in Delaware, Ohio. As they enter the building, they’re confronted with a steel staircase that spirals upward.
Tony Schumacher secured the Top Fuel No. 1 qualifier Saturday at the 48th annual Amalie Motor Oil NHRA Gatornationals at Gainesville Raceway.
John Force Racing owner John Force and team president Robert Hight will swap crews prior to the NHRA Gatornationals at Gainesville (Fla.) Raceway next weekend.
Harley-Davidson Motor Company has extended its sponsorship of the NHRA and will remain as the official motorcycle of the NHRA.
Tommy Johnson Jr. set the Funny Car track elapsed-time record to secure the No. 1 qualifier position at the 33rd annual NHRA Arizona Nationals on Saturday at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park
Tim Wilkerson believed his team showed its true potential early last year, racing to wins in Phoenix and Charlotte, and even grabbing a share of the Funny Car points lead at the quarter-mark of the 2016 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series season.
After winning the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series season opener in Pomona, Calif., Leah Pritchett knows she will feel right at home at the second stop on the tour at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park on Feb. 24-26.
Leah Pritchett raced to her second career Top Fuel No. 1 qualifier at her home track Saturday at the 57th annual Circle K Winternationals.
Don Schumacher is a paradox. A glance at the NHRA professional pit area reveals his strong presence in the Mello Yello Drag Racing Series: eight spit-shined transporters for his four Top Fuel dragsters and his four Funny Cars, as well as a Taj Mahal of trackside hospitality.