We've all seen weird runs at the dragstrip, but you probably haven't ever seen anything like this qualifying duel between Comp racers Jay Schonberger and Dave Wolkwitz at the 2015 Reading event. You won't believe your eyes.
With then crew chief Rahn Tobler at the helm, Ron Capps scored a crucial Countdown to the Championship victory in Funny Car at the 2018 fall Charlotte event.
Last fall at zMAX Dragway, Josh Hart win Top Fuel on a final-round holeshot over Brittany Force. Relive that "anything's possible" moment in the latest installment of Nitro Time Machine.
In the latest Nitro Time Machine, watch as Tanner Gray, who returned to Pro Stock competition at the Pep Boys NHRA Nationals, scored his fifth win of the 2017 season at zMAX Dragway en route to an eventual world championship.
Take a trip back to the 1988 Keystone Nationals in Reading, Pa., and check out the highlights featuring some of NHRA's biggest stars.
Our latest Nitro Time Machine takes us back to the 1994 Reading event where the Funny Car class stole the show including a wild half-track wheelstand by Al Hofmann.
In our latest Nitro Time Machine, we take a short trip back to the 2019 U.S. Nationals where Doug Kalitta finally scored a win at NHRA's biggest and most prestigious event.
Let's travel back to the 1983 U.S. Nationals and take a look at some vintage Pro Stock racing, sportsman finals, and a thrilling Top Fuel Motorcycle final featuring two Hall of Fame riders.
Watch many of the sport's biggest heroes in action including Kenny Bernstein, Joe Amato, Tom "the Mongoose" McEwen, Frank Hawley, Don "the Snake" Prudhomme, and Dick LaHaie as we revisit the thrilling Top Fuel competition from the 1991 U.S. Nationals in Indianapolis.
In the latest edition of Nitro Time Machine, we take a trip back to the 1974 U.S. Nationals to check in on the nitro Funny Car class with appearances by Don "the Snake" Prudhomme, Kosty Ivanov, Al Bergler, and Mike Miller.
The event that is today known as the Dodge Power Brokers NHRA U.S. Nationals began in Great Bend, Kan., in 1955 and it was held in Indianapolis for the first time in 1961. Here are the highlights.
In the latest edition of Nitro Time Machine, we go way back to the 1968 Nationals at Indy to see many of NHRA's biggest stars including Bill "Grumpy" Jenkins, Ronnie Sox, and Dick Landy.
At the 2019 Lucas Oil Nationals in Brainerd, Leah Pruett and Ron Capps combined to give Don Schumacher Racing a much-needed Top Fuel/Funny Car double.
The final rounds from the 1987 NorthStar Nationals in Brainerd featured some racers who are very familiar to NHRA fans, but there was also a surprise or two.
More history was made at the 1995 Topeka event as John Force and Cruz Pedregon hooked up to provide the fans with the first side-by-side 300-mph runs in Funny Car.
Warren Johnson all but clinched his first NHRA Pro Stock world title following a thrilling final round win over Scott Geoffrion's Dodge at the 1992 Topeka event.
After an eight-year absence, the NHRA national event tour returned to Seattle in 1988 for the inaugural Seafair Nationals. Here’s a look back at that record-breaking weekend.
Courtney Force took a wild ride in the first round of Funny Car at the 2016 Northwest Nationals. Racing Jeff Diehl, Force’s car lost traction then took a hard plunge into the guardwall.
Low qualifier Alex Laughlin squared off with Denver Pro Stock winner Greg Anderson in the final round of Pro Stock at the 2019 NHRA Sonoma Nationals for a race that certainly didn't go as expected.
Take a 30-plus-year trip back in time as Dave McClelland and Steve Evans recap Pro racing from the 1991 California Nationals, including Top Fuel racer Jack Ostrander’s nasty wreck.
It was Antron Brown vs. Leah Pruett in Top Fuel and Robert Hight vs. Tommy Johnson Jr. in Funny Car in the final rounds of the 2017 Dodge Mile-High NHRA Nationals. Who got the wins?
Hop into the Nitro Time Machine for a look back at the final rounds at the 1993 Mile-High Nationals featuring Mike Dunn vs. Doug Herbert, Cruz Pedregon vs. Gordie Bonin, Bob Glidden vs. Warren Johnson, and Dave Schultz vs. John Myers.
Take a trip back to 2014 and the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals to watch the final rounds, which includes some familiar 2022 winners.
"Fast Jack" Beckman defeated Robert Hight to win the 2017 Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals in Norwalk but things got a bit heated after the finish line when his Infinite Hero Dodge caught fire.
At the 2019 NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals, Pro Mod driver Marc Caruso, father of current Pro Stock racer Camrie Caruso, took a wild, high-speed ride into the sand trap at Bristol Dragway after a parachute malfunction.
In 1999, the NHRA and Bristol Dragway hosted the No Bull Showdown, a $200,000-to-win battle pitting Top Fuelers against Funny Cars under the light in Thunder Valley.
Gary Scelzi had a rough outing at the 1999 Topeka race including a horrifying accident during qualifying, but his Alan Johnson-led team never gave up.
Chris McGaha didn't have the quickest Pro Stock car in any of the four elimination rounds held at the 2018 New England Nationals but that didn't prevent him from leaving Epping with the trophy.
During the 2017 New England Nationals, Courtney Force went for one of the wildest rides of her career when he Advance Auto Parts Camaro suffered an engine explosion.
Today, we're talking a short trip back to 2019 to check out the professional final rounds from the NHRA Virginia Nationals in Richmond, Va.