Ron Capps writes about Heartland Park Topeka, his new Murf McKinney car and Tony Stewart's Prelude to the Dream in this week's diary.
Ron Capps has had a miserable start to the 2008 NHRA POWERade season. So why is he smiling? Because Houston Raceway Park is the next stop, and he's won there the past two years.
Ron Capps needs to gain just one spot to qualify for the NHRA's Countdown to One. So it's do-or-die time this weekend at Virginia Motorsports Park, he writes in his diary.
It's been a long layoff for the NHRA and Funny Car driver Ron Capps said it was a good one. But he writes in his diary it will be good to get back to work.
The weather could be an issue. The track, too. Locked in a tight Funny Car race, Ron Capps writes it's good to be back in Virginia.
What's always the big question at Indianapolis? Because everything is so big about the event, it's about how big it is, writes Ron Capps in his diary.
For a laid-back Californian like Ron Capps, a trip to the Northeast is always an eye-opening experience.
There's plenty going on for Ron Capps at and around Houston Raceway Park this weekend.