Ronnie Davis was one of the most prolific Top Sportsman racers the category has seen. When Davis succumbed to injuries after a wreck in the final round of qualifying at the PDRA Spring Nationals in early April, the entire racing community felt the shock of his death
Summit Motorsports Park has revealed a restructured payout for the Summit Racing Equipment Shakedown at the Summit presented by Mickey Thompson Performance Tires and Wheels on Sept. 16-18, 2016.
Lucas Oil/RacingJunk.com Pro Nitrous racer Keith Haney will donate his winnings from the PDRA Spring Nationals last weekend at Rockingham Dragway to Ian Tocher, the photographer injured in the crash that took the life of Top Sportsman driver Ronnie Davis
Ronnie Davis, 66, a five-time IHRA World Champion and the reigning PDRA champion in the Top Sportsman class, succumbed Sunday to injuries suffered in the Saturday crash of his 1963 Corvette during qualifying for the third annual PDRA Spring Nationals at Rockingham Dragway.
Kevin Rivenbark completed a near perfect weekend Sunday by driving his GALOT Motorsports 2015 Chevrolet Corvette to the Pro Boost victory in the third annual PDRA Spring Nationals at Rockingham Dragway.
Photographer Ian Toucher and drag racer Ronnie Davis were both transported to a local hospital after a crash during Saturday's PDRA Spring Nationals at Rockingham Dragway.
When the track became too cold for safe competition at the Professional Drag Racers Ass'n season-opener last month in Tulsa, Okla., series officials decided to complete the semifinals and finals for its three premier classes within qualifying for the PDRA Spring Nationals at North Carolina's Rockingham Dragway.
Fans heading to the Professional Drag Racers Ass'n Spring Nationals this weekend, will be treated to a rare double header as two national events will be settled at North Carolina’s historic Rockingham Dragway.
If reigning PDRA champion Rickie Smith is going to win his third straight race at Rockingham Dragway, it won’t be behind the wheel of the IDG Camaro in which he won the NHRA Pro Mod opener last month at Gainesville, Fla.
In a bid to accommodate racers idled by the cancellation of this weekend's scheduled IHRA Southeast ET Finals, Rockingham Dragway owner Steve Earwood has expanded the program for the 25th annual Mopars at the Rock to include a Mopars versus the World Top ET and Footbrake Shootout open to all makes.