Cruz Pedregon's first race car wasn't a race car at all. It was a huge 18-wheel diesel truck and it's featured in the latest edition of our My First Race Car series.
Jackie Fricke currently drives a 280-mph injected nitro dragster but her first race car was significantly slower. See how the reigning JEGS Allstars champ got her start in the latest edition of My First Race Car.
In our latest installment of My First Race Car, presented by QA-1, current Funny Car racer Alex Miladinovich recalls his first runs in a Chevy Camaro at historic Terminal Island Drag Strip in Los Angeles.
From his first trip down a dragstrip in his family's '73 Duster to his current 330-mph Funny Car, Paul Lee has come a long way in drag racing. Lee provides more details on his journey in our latest edition of My First Race Car, presented by QA-1 Performance.
In the latest episode of our My First Race Car series, Stock and Super Comp world champion Austin Williams joined NHRA's Brian Lohnes to discuss his rise from the NHRA Jr. Drag Racing League to his first runs in his mother's '69 Camaro, and his plans for the upcoming season.
Brad Plourd has raced everything from a Jr. Dragster to a 230-mph supercharged Comp altered, and he's won in just about all of them, but his favorite remains his trusty '66 Chevy II.
Longtime nitro Funny Car driver and crew member Jack Wyatt shares the interesting story of his first race car, a Chevy-powered 1949 Anglia that he debuted at age 14.
Born into a family that bleeds Ford blue, it's no surprise that Bob Tasca III's first race car was a Ford Mustang.
Funny Car pilot Blake Alexander has worked his way through the drag racing ranks to compete in the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series, and it all started in NHRA’s Summit Racing Jr. Drag Racing League program.