NHRA’S RESPONSE TO COVID-19
Mopar-sponsored NHRA Funny Car star Matt Hagan will host a one-hour virtual autograph session on Twitter Thursday, May 28, from 7-8 p.m. Eastern
Sixteen-time NHRA Funny Car champion John Force will appear on WFO Radio Live, Thursday at 2 p.m. Eastern with host Joe Castello while former NHRA Top Fuel and Funny Car champion Gary Scelzi will take part in the WFO Radio Live Happy Hour show on Friday at 4 p.m. Eastern.
Join NHRA’s Brian Lohnes and Alan Reinhart for an interactive NHRA Shop Talk to discuss cylinder heads: what they do and what makes them work.
Three-time NHRA Mello Yello Pro Stock champion Matt Hines can't put the Harleys of brother Andrew and teammate Eddie Krawiec on the track yet, but he's still racing, competing with radio-controlled cars on a local dirt track.
Top Alcohol Dragster frontrunner Jackie Fricke chatted with NHRA’s Brian Lohnes via Skype to talk about the strong start to her season and the progression of her team over the last several seasons.
Blake Bowser, Vice President and General Manager of Auto Club Raceway Famoso, talks with NHRA's Brian Lohnes about the exciting National Day of Nitro online celebration planned for May 30.
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.
With racing on hold right now, last year’s top rookie, Top Fuel sensation Austin Prock, has had plenty of time to reflect on the 2019 season that earned him the Automobile Club of Southern California Road to the Future award.
Climb into the NHRA Nitro Time Machine with host Brian Lohnes for a trip back to the 1978 Gatornationals, where Top Fuel racer Paul Longnecker had a massive supercharger explosion.
No. 1 qualifiers Megan Meyer and Sean Bellemeur cruised to Lucas Oil Central Regional victories at the Keurig Dr. Pepper Lone Star Nationals presented by Driven Automotive Protection at the Texas Motorplex, the first NHRA points-earning event since the COVID-19 pandemic hit.
Reigning NHRA Mello Yello Top Fuel champ Steve Torrence checked in with NHRA's Brian Lohnes via Skype to talk about his father's surprise birthday gift and his recent wedding and to take a look at the season ahead.
While some of the circle-track crowd has been getting their virtual kicks in iRacing events, there’s no such component for fans of our straight-line sport. Fortunately for us, there are other ways to fulfill our need for speed and the key is right in your pocket or purse: Mobile games.
Hop into the NHRA Nitro Time Machine with host Brian Lohnes and travel back to the 1993 Springnationals in Columbus, Ohio, and a scary ride for Funny Car racer Whit Bazemore.
Denso Products and Services Americas will sponsor the first-ever Denso 3-Wide Doxie Nationals hosted by its NHRA racing partners, Angie and Matt Smith, to support three animal rescue, adoption, and placement organizations. The May 23 event will be live-streamed on the Smiths' Facebook page at 3 p.m. Eastern.
Auto-racing superstar Mario Andretti only dabbled once in drag racing, in a Ford vs. Chevy exhibition in Connecticut where Andretti's Tasca Ford-prepped machine won four straight races against a more experienced opponent.
NHRA Funny Car racer Cruz Pedregon team fired up his Funny Car behind his Brownsburg, Ind., shop. It wasn’t his Snap-on Tools Dodge but rather his California Charger Nostalgia Funny Car, but the nitro sound is just as sweet.
We're throwing it back to 2019 with the NHRA broadcast of the Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series sportsman racing action from Dallas to get you ready to see the heavy hitters return to racing this weekend in Dallas.
Thanks to the generosity of Brainerd International Raceway, Brainerd High School students will get to celebrate with a car parade at the track to honor the class of 2020.
On this day in history, May 20, 1994, Kurt Johnson made NHRA Pro Stock history with the first six-second pass in the class' annals. Check out the great throwback video and read the original reporting from NHRA National Dragster magazine.
NHRA’s Brian Lohnes and Alan Reinhart hosted an interactive NHRA Shop Talk show, with a fun title: Why Stuff Blows Up to discuss what can go wrong inside a drag racing engine.
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.
NHRA on FOX lead announcer Brian Lohnes was joined by former Funny Car world champ Jack Beckman and one of hot rodding's top gearheads, David Freiburger, for Nitro Time Machine Live to talk Funny Car history.
If all he ever did was become the first NHRA driver to exceed 300 mph in NHRA competition, Kenny Bernstein's name would forever be etched in the record books, but he accomplished so much more than that. Here's a photographic look at his career with images from the NHRA National Dragster library.
When it was suggested to NHRA on FOX announcer Brian Lohnes that he compile a list of the 10 most interesting people he has come to know in drag racing, he found out that it got hard quick.
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.
A news archive of all NHRA press releases concerning the COVID19 pandemic and its effects on NHRA Drag Racing.