From Kevin Harvick's Cup-clinching performance to Will Power's championship run in IndyCar to Erica Enders-Stevens' historic march in Pro Stock, 2014 produced highlights aplenty.
Struggling with funding and racing with a new team this year, Erica Enders-Stevens won her NHRA world championship the hard way. And that's what her mentor Shirley Muldowney admired most.
From Erica Enders-Stevens' NHRA world title to Danica Patrick's career-best sixth at Atlanta to a landmark 100th win for women in NHRA history, there was a lot to celebrate in 2014.
John Force fell short of his 17th Funny Car title Sunday at Pomona. but he promises this is not the end, just a new beginning. It was a drama-filled day at the NHRA finale.
Erica Enders-Stevens won the Auto Club NHRA Finals on Sunday to become the first woman to earn the Pro Stock world championship title.
Can Erica Enders-Stevens make history? Can John Force win a record 17th Funny Car crown? Can Tony Schumacher win his eighth in Top Fuel? We'll find out Sunday at Pomona.
The Pro Stock class took center stage at the NHRA Toyota Nationals in Las Vegas, and the spotlight landed squarely on championship leader Erica Enders-Stevens.
Erica Enders-Stevens, aiming to become the first female Pro Stock champion, won the NHRA Toyota Nationals on Sunday to reclaim the Pro Stock points lead with one race remaining.
The Mello Yello Drag Racing Series heads to Las Vegas for the NHRA Toyota Nationals. ESPN analyst Mike Dunn breaks down the best of the best in this week's Power Rankings.
Rain washed out most of the final eliminations Sunday in the Countdown-opening NHRA Carolina Nationals, forcing series officials to postpone them until next weekend during qualifying rounds for the Texas NHRA FallNationals.
Alexis DeJoria topped Funny Car qualifying Saturday and Erica Enders-Stevens led in Pro Stock in the Countdown-opening NHRA Carolina Nationals.
Shirley Muldowney faced a firestorm of opposition when she broke into the NHRA ranks, but through dogged determination, she won three series championships and changed the face of racing forever.
Focus is honed. Intensity ratchets up. No one wants to lose, but across racing, guys especially don't want to lose to women.
John Force raced to his 140th career victory Sunday, beating Ron Capps in the Funny Car final in the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals.
Defending season champion Shawn Langdon had a track-record run Saturday night in the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals to lead Top Fuel qualifying for the third time this season.
Points leader Doug Kalitta led Top Fuel qualifying Friday night in the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals with a run of 3.771 seconds at 326.48 mph.