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Jack Beckman: NHRA Funny Car driver, drag racing instructor, car guy, and hot-rod historian. During this pause in racing action, Jack is taking us through his favorite moments in drag racing history.
Two-time Comp champ and Fox NHRA TV pit reporter Bruno Massel joined NHRA's Brian Lohnes to talk about his return to the Pro Stock class during this weekend's E3 Spark Plugs NHRA Nationals in Indianapolis.
NHRA’s Brian Lohnes and Alan Reinhart previewed this weekend’s NHRA E3 Spark Plugs NHRA Nationals and taking your questions! Storylines, interesting stuff, the behind the scenes scoops!
Drivers in the Mello Yello Drag Racing Series have spent months on the sidelines leading up to this weekend’s Return to Racing at the E3 Spark Plugs NHRA Nationals in Indianapolis, but many of them quickly adopted regimens and game plans to keep them race-ready.
Robust and diverse fields set for the return of the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series at the E3 Spark Plugs NHRA Nationals at Lucas Oil Raceway Indianapolis with full fields in each pro category.
Reigning Mello Yello champion Andrew Hines and Harley-Davidson teammate Eddie Kraweic anxiously await the E3 Spark Plugs NHRA Nationals, the first 2020 Mello Yello Pro Stock Motorcycle event.
Hop into the Nitro Time Machine with host Brian Lohnes for a trip back to the 1974 U.S. Nationals, where Joe Smith was the winner in the entertaining Fuel Bike class.
Third-generation racer Troy Coughlin Jr. will make his Pro Stock debut with the Elite Motorsports team during this weekend’s E3 Spark Plugs NHRA Nationals at Lucas Oil Raceway.
One of the most dramatic seasons in recent NHRA history is about to relaunch July 11-12 at the E3 Spark Plugs NHRA Nationals in Indianapolis and one thing is for sure: Every single run is going to be meaningful and important: Every qualifying pass. Every eliminations run. At every event.
NHRA's Brian Lohnes catches you up on the latest news of the week and takes a look at the week ahead in NHRA Drag Racing.
Cattleman’s Cut Beef Jerky, sponsor of the Jim Dunn Racing Funny Car, will recognize America’s first responders on the front of the team’s NHRA Funny Car during the upcoming races in Indianapolis in July.
Jonnie Lindberg will return to the driver’s seat at this week’s E3 Spark Plugs NHRA Nationals, substituting behind the wheel of the Motorcraft/Quick Lane Ford Mustang Funny Car after driver and team owner Bob Tasca III’s positive COVID-19 diagnosis.
The crews at Don Schumacher Racing are hard at work preparing four Top Fuel cars for the upcoming E3 Spark Plugs NHRA Nationals in Indianapolis. In addition the cars of Antron Brown and Leah Pritchett, DSR will also field cars for Tony Schumacher and Cory McClenathan.
Happy Fourth of July from the NHRA to all of our fans, racers, sponsors, and supporters,
Hop into the NHRA Nitro Time Machine with host Brian Lohnes for a trip back to the 1980 NHRA Cajun Nationals, where Lee Shepherd won Pro Stock and Terry Vance the Pro Stock Bike crown.
Drag racing lost another of its great figures last week with the passing of former Top Fuel owner, crew chief, and engine builder Mike Kuhl, who is remembered in this column by the two people closest to him, his former driver/partner Carl Olson and his soulmate Lynn Rose.
There are few sights more thrilling than a drag racing car hooking up hard enough to lift the front tires off the ground as the car appears to fly off of the starting line, but sometimes too much of a good thing can lead to some wheelie big problems.
Dutch expatriate Top Fuel driver and current Indianapolis resident Lex Joon is excited about running back to back events at Lucas Oil Raceway beginning with the E3 Spark Plugs NHRA Nationals July 11-12.
With 2020 racing action on the horizon, NHRA has announced Lucas Oil as the title rights sponsor of the July 18-19 event at the famed Lucas Oil Raceway in Indianapolis.
Martin Betz has been named executive director of the Wally Parks NHRA Motorsports Museum presented by Automobile Club of Southern California at the Fairplex in Pomona, Calif.
After a two-year personal hiatus, Alexis DeJoria was only two races into her comeback tour in her ROKit Phones/ABK Beer Toyota before COVID-19 hit, but they were two good outings. She spoke via Skype with Brian Lohnes to talk about her season and to look ahead at the return to racing.
John Force went from bailing out of his flaming Funny Car at speed to the winner's circle at the 1990 Brainerd event. Hop into the Nitro Time Machine with pilot Brian Lohnes for a trip back to that memorable weekend.
The Texas Motorplex, home of the historic AAA Texas NHRA FallNationals, held Oct. 14-18, is teaming up once again with the Chris Kyle Frog Foundation to offer military and first responders free tickets to the annual NHRA national event.
Bob Tasca III's Motorcraft Funny Car team is gearing up for the long stretch of racing ahead of us when the season resumes, and, as co-crew chief Jon Schaffer points out, it's more than stockpiling parts, as he discusses how the team plans to stay safe racing in a COVID-19 climate.
Former Super Bowl-winning NFL quarterback Dan Pastorini had a brief but successful Top Fuel career in the mid-1980s. Hop into the NHRA Nitro Time Machine for a trip back to the 1986 Southern Nationals to relive the completed passes Pastroni made on his drive to victory.
Earlier this week, Cory McClenathan announced that he would return to Top Fuel driving for Don Schumacher Racing at the two upcoming events in Indy. He chatted with NHRA's Brian Lohnes via Skype to talk about the exciting races ahead.
The latest issue of NHRA National Dragster magazine, available now online for free and also in the mail to NHRA members around the world, focuses on the upcoming restart of racing in Indianapolis with event and Pro Stock Motorcycle previews and much more.
NHRA race fans, it’s time to strap in and buckle up for the return of NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing. The roar of 11,000-horsepower drag racing engines is back, and so is your invitation to take in the spectacle of NHRA Drag Racing. We’ve added new protocols like social distancing, health screenings, and sanitizing, but we’re excited to welcome back our fans.