In the latest edition of Nitro Time Machine, watch as Funny Car champion Jack Beckman rides out one of the biggest explosions of his career at the 2016 Epping event.
Sportsman racing takes center stage during this edition of Nitro Time Machine where Thomas Fletcher spun out his father Dan's Camaro during a round of Stock Eliminator at the 2016 Epping event.
Independent Northeast-based Funny Car racer Kosty Ivanov enjoyed one of his best days at the races during the 1979 U.S. Nationals when he upset some of the sport's biggest names to reach the final round.
As we look ahead to next week's trip to New England, the Nitro Time Machine goes back to the 1983 Cajun Nationals where Northeast favorite Al Segrini drove his colorful Super Brut Pontiac to an impressive Funny Car victory.
There was a lot of drama at the 2016 Houston event and much of it came from the E3 Pro Mod series courtesy of Jonathan Gray and Sidnei Frigo.
Native Texan Erica Enders claimed one of the biggest wins of her career in 2014 when she won her home event at Houston Raceway Park.
In the latest episode of our popular Nitro Time Machine series, Pro Mod racer Steve Jackson goes for a wild ride in the final round of the 2018 Four Wide Nationals in Charlotte.
At the 1992 Houston event, Mark Pawuk got his long-awaited first win in Pro Stock with a final-round victory over Rickie Smith.
Sweden native and FIA Pro Stock world champion Jimmy Alund became the first European driver to win an NHRA Pro title at the 2014 NHRA Four-Wide Nationals in Charlotte.
There was a lot of drama during NHRA's first stop at Atlanta Dragway in 1981 including Tripp Shumake's upset victory over a star-studded Funny Car field.
Proving that almost nothing is impossible, longtime rivals Shirley Muldowney and "Big Daddy" Don Garlits made headlines at the 1989 Atlanta race when they became Top Fuel teammates. Another in a series of historic Southern Nationals videos in advance of this weekend's finale.
Gary Scelzi's Top Fuel fire and Cory McClenathan's victory were just two of the highlights from the 1998 NHRA Southern Nationals that are featured in the latest edition of Nitro Time Machine with Brian Lohnes.
World champions Don "the Snake" Prudhomme and John Force grabbed nitro wins at the 1992 Southern Nationals and they were joined by surprise Pro Stock champion Don Beverley.
In our latest Nitro Time Machine, NHRA's Brian Lohnes takes us back to the action packed '88 Southern Nationals where Eddie Hill, Kenny Bernstein, and Butch Leal earned pro titles.
From Antron Brown's Top Fuel crash to the explosions suffered by Funny Car racer Jack Beckman, Tim Wilkerson, and Pro Mod's Mike Castellana, the 2014 version of the NHRA Southern Nationals had a bit too much action. Here's a full report in our latest edition of Nitro Time Machine.
Antron Brown and Clay Millican joined NHRA's Brian Lohnes for NHRA Nitro Time Machine LIVE where they showed, laughing about, and commentedon the 1989 NHRA Southern Nationals at Atlanta Dragway.
Antron Brown and Clay Millican joined NHRA's Brian Lohnes for NHRA Nitro Time Machine LIVE where they showed, laughing about, and commentedon the 1989 NHRA Southern Nationals at Atlanta Dragway. This race had some interesting twists…
Less than two weeks shy of his 18th birthday, Tanner Gray became NHRA's youngest professional race winner when he earned the Pro Stock title at the 2017 Spring Las Vegas race.
The 2018 edition of the Las Vegas four-wide race featured a Top Fuel final for the ages including the most successful drivers in the history of the class, Steve Torrence, Doug Kalitta, Antron Brown, and Tony Schumacher.
Joe Amato won the 1997 Gatornationals Top Fuel final but most fans remember runner-up Mike Dunn for his half-track wheelstand in Darrell Gwynn's Mopar dragster.
In our latest Nitro Time Machine feature, we've gone back to the 1993 Gatornationals where Top Fuel veteran Jack Ostrander went for a wild ride, but walked away unharmed.
Some of Pro Stock's best-known and most successful Pro Stock racers battled for the title at the 1976 Gatornationals in Gainesville, Fla.
"Big Daddy" Don Garlits won a lot of races in his career, but his Gainesville wins are among his most treasured. In our latest Nitro Time Machine, Garlits crushes the field at the 1978 Gatornationals.
Melanie Troxel joined the short list of winners in both Top Fuel and Funny Car following her dramatic late-night final round win over Mike Neff at the 2008 Bristol event.
Greg Anderson is on the verge of becoming the sport's all-time leader in Pro Stock victories. In the latest edition of Nitro Time Machine, we travel back to the 2001 Bristol race to see where it all started.
Join J.R. Todd, Ron Capps, and Brian Lohnes for NHRA Nitro Time Machine LIVE! as they relive and comment on the historic 1992 Gatornationals.
Join J.R. Todd, Ron Capps, and Brian Lohnes for NHRA Nitro Time Machine LIVE! as they relive and comment on the historic 1992 Gatornationals. From the 300-mph barrier being broken to Kim LaHaie successfully kicking some butt in…
The 1983 Springnationals Top Fuel final featured an epic battle between longtime rivals Shirley Muldowney and Richard Tharp and as expected, there were fireworks.
In the latest edition of our Nitro Time Machine, we go back a decade to the 2011 Charlotte event, where Matt Hagan recorded the sport's first three-second Funny Car run.
Ron Capps rode out a harrowing, body-shredding blower explosion at Texas Motorplex in 2002 that left Capps stunned and the body of Don Prudhomme’s Skoal Camaro in tatters.
Tony Bartone had enjoyed great success in Top Alcohol Funny Car and Dragster but was still looking for his first win in the nitro Funny Car class entering the 2008 Seattle event in Jim Dunn’s entry.
Journeyman Funny Car racer Jeff Arend hit the big time at the 1996 Keystone Nationals at Maple Grove Raceway, collecting his first career win in the Paul Smith Drag Racing School entry, defeating heavily favored Tony Pedregon for the title.