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.
The Funny Car class put on an outstanding show at the 1997 Virginia Nationals in Richmond. See why in our latest edition of Nitro Time Machine.
In our latest Nitro Time Machine feature, Mike Castellana and Mike Janis battle for the Pro Mod title at the 2018 Richmond event.
The wild and wooly Pro Mod class went four-wide for the first time at the 2017 NHRA Four-Wide Nationals in Charlotte, with a classic final quad that provided the fans with thrills.
In the latest edition of Nitro Time Machine, watch Robert Hight dominate the final quad at the 2014 NHRA Four-Wide Nationals in Charlotte, kicking off a four-race winning streak.
Nothing is as satisfying as winning your home event and in the latest Nitro Time Machine, see how Erica Enders got that feeling at the 2015 Houston event.
At the 1997 Springnationals at Houston Raceway Park, brothers Cruz and Tony Pedregon hooked up to provide a memorable Funny Car final.
In our latest Nitro Time Machine, we take a short trip back to the 2021 season, where Steve Torrence and the Capco team scored a win at the Las Vegas four-wide race.
Bo Butner made history when he won the 2019 Las Vegas four-wide title on a triple holeshot, beating Greg Anderson, Jason Line, and Matt Hartford with the slowest elapsed time of the quad.
Join NHRA's Brian Lohnes and Tony Pedregon in the latest Nitro Time Machine as they explore the vast history of NHRA Drag Racing events in the Las Vegas area.
The latest Nitro Time Machine takes us back to the 1976 Gatornationals, which featured an all-star cast of Top Fuel competitors.
This edition of our Nitro Time Machine features the final rounds of sportsman racing from the 1981 Gatornationals.
The semifinals of Funny Car at the 2019 Gatornationals featured Jack Beckman, Robert Hight, Tim Wilkerson, and John Force. See what happens in the latest Nitro Time Machine.
Top Alcohol Funny Car kingpin Frank Manzo kicked off the 1997 season by winning the first two events of the year including the Arizona Nationals in Phoenix.
The 2020 Arizona Nationals, the final race before the pandemic postponed professional drag racing for five months, provided great final round racing in each of the Camping World pro categories.
Robert Hight has won three world championships and more than 50 races in a nitro Funny Car and it all began in 2005 with his first victory at Houston Raceway Park as we'll see in this episode of Nitro Time Machine.
In the latest edition of Nitro Time Machine: We go back to the 1999 Winternationals where Mike Dunn kicked off the new season with an explosive Top Fuel victory.
Pro Mod racing is never boring, but the 2016 Houston race had more than its fair share of action as we see in the latest edition of NHRA.com's Nitro Time Machine.
John Force delivered some powerful words following his final-round victory over Tommy Johnson Jr. at the 2014 New England Nationals in Epping.
In our latest Nitro Time Machine, we head back to the 1983 U.S. Nationals at Indianapolis Raceway Park to check out one of the most competitive Funny Car races in the history of NHRA.
In this edition of the Nitro Time Machine, watch as Top Fuel's all-time wins leader, Tony Schumacher, squares off with the class' hottest driver, Steve Torrence, to decide the final round at the 2020 Houston event.
Step into the NHRA Nitro Time Machine for a trip back to 1975 to watch "Big Daddy" Don Garlits win Top Fuel at the season-opening Winternationals.