The Don Garlits Museum of Drag Racing has named the individuals who will make up the class of 2018 in the Museum’s International Drag Racing Hall of Fame, plus the recipient of the Founder’s Award.
Records were broken and championships were decided as the Professional Drag Racers Ass'n crowned the Drag Wars event champions at GALOT Motorsports Park Saturday night.
Local racers dominated at Willowbank Raceway’s round of the national Summit Racing Equipment Sportsman Series on Saturday, with all but two of the final contenders hailing from the host state.
Eager young student Rickie Jones scored exceptionally high marks in his Pro Modified debut. But in the end, his wise, experienced teacher Shannon Jenkins showed him how to solve the eighth-mile winning equation Sunday at the inaugural Shakedown at Palm Beach.
Kevin Carpenter used a narrow starting line advantage to upset Donnie Gibbs Jr. in the second round Saturday, providing Jonathan Gibbs with the opportunity he needed win the 19th annual Roush Yates Performance Products Fall Civils Wars at Rockingham Dragway and, with it, the 2015 4.70 Outlaws series Championship.
Damien Harris has made good progress on his promise of making this his championship season with a win in a spectacular opening round of the ANDRA Top Fuel Championship at Perth Motorplex.
Brimming with action and activity, the annual Night Under Fire on Aug. 9 has become a treasured and talked-about tradition at Summit Motorsports Park.
With strong anticipation following its debut event, the new X-treme Drag Racing League is set for its first appearance at historic Bristol Dragway in its inaugural season with X-DRL Thunder Valley Madness on April 26-27
For the last three seasons John Montecalvo and his championship caliber Extreme Pro Stock team have utilized the talents of Justin Belfance as car chief and crew chief.
Michael Cordani, co-founder and CEO of FireIce and sponsor of numerous professional and amateur NHRA drag racers, including world champion Jay Payne, Jim Dunn, Tony Bartone, Sean Bellemeur, Darrell Gwynn, and Johnny Ahten, passed away Tuesday after a three-year battle with cancer. He was 53.