News and information from the NHRA concerning the COVID-19 pandemic.
NHRA announced a revised schedule for the Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series plus the addition of a JEGS SPORTSnationals event Aug. 21-22 at New England Dragway.
The re-opening of NHRA Drag Racing during the COVID-19 pandemic will take a big step forward May 22-23 at Texas Motorplex with running of an NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series Central Region event
NHRA officials have announced that the NHRA Hot Rod Heritage Series event scheduled for June 6 at Sacramento Raceway has been postponed. Dates for the postponed events will be announced at a later date.
In this wide-ranging interview, NHRA President Glen Cromwell shares the thoughts behind the decisions that have been made to NHRA schedules during the COVD-19 pandemic and offers a look at the roadmap for the times ahead.
The season is expected to resume, with fans in attendance, in August, and will consist of 18 total events for 2020, including the two that kicked off the season.
NHRA officials announced that four Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series events scheduled in the month of May have been postponed.
The series is tentatively planned to resume at the Nite of Fire event on June 5 at Sacramento Raceway.
NHRA stars share some words of appreciation to front-line workers and NHRA fans.
The NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series will tentatively resume May 15-17 with events in Division 2 at Atlanta Dragway and Division 4 at Alamo City Motorplex.
NHRA has released the revised event-by-event class schedule, a matrix that includes which classes from all of its series will compete at which NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series national events in 2020.
A complete matrix showing the venues for each of these series
NHRA officials have announced revisions to the 2020 Mello Yello Drag Racing Series schedule. The series is tentatively planned to resume June 5-7 with the Amalie Motor Oil NHRA Gatornationals at Gainesville Raceway.
NHRA President Glen Cromwell shares his message of gratitude to NHRA fans and looking forward to the resumption of NHRA Drag Racing competition.
When will NHRA race again? What do I do with tickets I’ve already purchased? How will this affect the Countdown to the Championship? The answers to these and other questions you might have.
Even though the competition side of NHRA Drag Racing has been idled by the coronavirus pandemic, the presses at National Dragster are still running full speed ahead.
NHRA on FOX host Brian Lohnes checks in with the latest news, outlining the plans in place for the next 30 days, including a commitment to continued content on NHRA channels.
NHRA has suspending all NHRA drag racing for 30 days in response to the coronavirus pandemic. This suspension includes events at all NHRA-owned tracks and any NHRA-sanctioned events such as the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series and the Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series.
In consideration of the ever-evolving COVID-19 pandemic and in accordance with the recommendation of the Florida governor, NHRA officials postponed a portion of the Amalie Motor Oil NHRA Gatornationals.