There are days that evil hides behind a gun, or days that evil hides behind a keyboard, and there are even days where evil hides behind a political office desk, but this weekend evil showed it ugly face in the worst of places, and that is our home away from home.
So, unfortunately I find myself having to write yet another article in regards to information that was misleading or outright wrong. The incident last night appears to be no different.
While some saw it coming and to say I am a tad disappointed would be an understatement, yet again the Bruder Brothers have been punished and theircombo for the 2018 season has been banned.
Over the last couple of days on social media I have seen quite a number of people playing keyboard quarterback in regard to Wes Buck’s World Series of Pro Mod. And yes, I wasn’t there, but it’s about time to address some things.
The time has come for the NMRA and NMCA to invade the upper midwest and show everyone how racing during the summertime is done. We will see hundreds of cars fighting it our for summer supremacy.
In the past it has always been a fear that if you move an event that has had success you will hurt the event. Tyler Crossnoe decided this week that it was time for his event to make that move and help the event grow.
PDRA Racing rolled into the legendary Lucas Oil Raceway last weekend for their fifth stop on the 2017 tour. While there was a great turnout of competitors, it wasn't without some angst on the part of not only the PDRA staff, but the drivers, fans, and everyone else there.
It's Friday, time to go racing. E3xtreme is on the property at the historic Lucas Oil Raceway for the PDRA Mid America Indy Showdown. This is the first time that the PDRA has brought their show to Indy.
For the last 9 months or so there has been quite a chasm when it comes to the ADRL. You are either on one side of the fence or the other. There are those that want it gone, and those that are glad it’s back. As of yesterday, there have been more shakeups, and it appears that common ground may be found.
Rarely in the world of motorsports, especially in drag racing does someone come along that has the ability to change everything that we have known for decades. We are fast approaching a full decade of DuckXProductions events, and yet again, Donald Long is changing the game.
This shouldn't come as a surprise, but after some fun jabs back and forth, the time has come that Tylor Miller will be taking the PeeDee Fleet Chevelle and putting on radials.
So as I am sure some of you have seen on social media, there was a loss that happened at the race track yesterday. The car previously owned by David DeMarco suffered a significant, and unexpected incident.
Donald Long has been at the forefront of the drag radial community for about a decade now. Today is no different, as he announced yet another ground breaking event in the radial world.
We live in a world of absolutes. A world where everything became too big to fail almost ten years ago, yet we in motorsports apparently never got the memo. No, instead we continue to build super teams that have gotten to the "Too Big to Fail" point in Nitro racing.
In a world where it has become inherently easier to just follow the crowd, Chris Matters, Kevin Fiscus, and the team over at JPC have proven that following the crowd isn't their style.
Someone had to say it, so I guess I will go ahead and say it. It's time that the decision makers actually leave a successful class alone. Watch it grow instead of messing with it every other race.
Everyone knew that this was only a matter of time, but the record that had stood since June of 2011 has finally fallen. To no ones surprise it was Troy, Steve, Mikey, and the rest of the Jegs.com team pulling it off.
After an amazing weekend in Bristol that included taking the Wally home to Texas, Alex Laughlin and the team are looking to back that up this weekend in Norwalk.
Well, the mid-season NMCA rule changes are out, and once again there is a huge change that apparently couldn't wait until the end of the season to make.
I am sure that you have heard by now the rumor that NHRA will be cutting the amount of races that Pro Stock participates in come 2018. We have talked to those in the class that confirmed this is a "done deal".
We have reached the halfway point of the season for the Pro Mods. A season that has been dominated by blower cars, no matter their overdrive limit. This is just one thing that has caused the embers to spark in the pro mod pits recently.
That's right folks, the North vs. South event was a must not miss event like I had said before, but the fact is that I was 100% right about it. This was a spectacular event put on at a spectacular venue.
They say the determination and perseverance pays off in the long run, and this last Sunday at Bristol Dragway was the true definition of those two finally paying off. Clay Millican, who is the winningest driver in IHRA history finally nabbed that elusive NHRA national event Wally.