NHRA officials have fined Steve Torrence $25,000 following an incident at the Auto Club NHRA Finals. (HHP/Harold Hinson Photo)

NHRA Fines Steve Torrence $25,000

The National Hot Rod Ass'n has fined NHRA Top Fuel champion Steve Torrence $25,000 for an incident that took place during the Auto Club NHRA Finals at Auto Club Raceway at Pomona on Nov. 17.

Gray Motorsports Not Planning Pro Stock Entry In ’19

NHRA Pro Stock points leader Tanner Gray has confirmed that his family’s team, Gray Motorsports, currently has no plans to field an entry in the class once he transitions to NASCAR next year.

Dodge HEMI Challenge Returning To U.S. Nationals

The Dodge//SRT brand will return as title sponsor of the NHRA Dodge HEMI Challenge, marking the 19th consecutive year of FCA US LLC sponsorship of the popular NHRA Sportsman event at the NHRA U.S. Nationals.
Allen Johnson

Allen Johnson Seeking Last Big Moment Before Retirement

Only two events remain in Allen Johnson’s standout career and the Pro Stock veteran is determined to go out with a bang.

Ron Capps Seeking Four-Wide Glory In Las Vegas

A year after getting his first NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series four-wide victory, Funny Car standout Ron Capps hopes the debut of the format on the West Coast will lead to similar results.

MAGAZINE: Oberhofers Hum Winning Tune

The Oberhofers have come a long way from cleaning parts in the Kalitta pits and even further from the days of racing their Big Wheel tricycles — complete with garbage bags rigged as parachutes — up and down the streets of their New Jersey neighborhood.
Kalitta Writes A Page

Kalitta Writes A Page Of Winternationals History

Doug Kalitta wrote a page of history during the Top Fuel portion of Sunday's 60th annual Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals presented by ProtectTheHarvest.com.
SAFER Barriers

Does Drag Racing Need SAFER Barriers?

Verizon IndyCar Series team owner Sam Schmidt suggested in 2015 that NHRA drag racing should add SAFER barriers to its driver-and-fan protection package.

The Changing World Of Pro Stocks

A perception that car counts are low, the defection of reigning champion Tanner Gray to NASCAR, radical and expensive rule changes in recent years and the rise in popularity of the Factory Stock Showdown and Pro Modified classes have beset the NHRA’s Pro Stock class.

Schumacher Looking To Match Amato

With four wins at scenic Pacific Raceways, eight-time Top Fuel world champion Tony Schumacher knows how to close out the legendary NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series Western Swing with a bang.

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