As a lot of you have seen across the internet in the last couple of days, there has been a lot of controversy regarding all the happens at Bowling Green. What no one seems to be talking about though is all the time, effort, heart, and soul that went into even making this event.
For years now the NMCA and NMRA have been two of the gold standards when it comes to door slammer racing in a series. Last weekend at Atlanta for the 11th Annual Allstar Nationals they showed yet again why they deserve that recognition.
Outlaw Street Car Reunion VI set to be Tyler Crossnoe’s biggest OSCR ever. The pits are already filling up with Pro Mods, Radial Cars, and index cars. Everyone has come to Bowling Green Kentucky to prove who has the most badass hot rods in the world.
Welcome to the Texas Motorplex, hosted of a Lucas Oil NHRA Division 4 double-header divisional this weekend. After the first contested event of the year 2 weeks ago in Houston, many teams had some homework to do, especially in Top Dragster and Competition Eliminator.
The Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series had their Division 4 season opener this weekend at Houston Raceway Park. Parking began on Wednesday, March 20, and racing concluded on Sunday, March 24. The season was scheduled to start a few weeks ago in Belle Rose, Louisiana, however mother nature had other plans.
I never thought I would be saying that someone who holds a race with only two classes managed to have one of the best races in the history of door slammer racing, but that is exactly what Donald Long pulled off last weekend.
When I ask you what an Outlaw 10.5 driver, a Canadian driving a Mini Cooper, a controversial No Time car, and a National Event Championship NHRA Pro Stock driver have in common, what would the right answer be? The correct answer is that they are all Lights Out X Champions!
It’s not often that you really go through every range of emotion possible in three days at that race track, but that is exactly what happened to Paolo Giust over the weekend at the U.S. Street Nationals.