In ESPN the Magazine's NFL Preview issue, Ryan McGee writes that if Ford leaves NHRA as planned, Funny Car legend John Force will be left without a seat.
NHRA legend John Force may not be your typical model for the Body Issue, but he's there. Why? Unlike most others, his athletic journey is written in real flesh and blood.
Antron Brown took home another Wally and took the Top Fuel points lead as the NHRA's Countdown got off to a hot start at a very cool zMax Dragway.
You could have expected Del Worsham to struggle in his switch from Funny Car to Top Fuel dragster in the NHRA, but he hasn't. Early success is part of the points leader's racing DNA.
ESPN The Magazine examines why John Force is still racing.
John Force said it himself: "This Countdown stuff is scary." How scary? Just one misstep in the NHRA's six-race playoff could cost Force a shot at a 15th Funny Car championship.
Courtney Force is setting her sights on a Nitro ride.
Funny Car driver Ashley Force and Chevelle front man Pete Loeffler recently slowed down long enough to talk cars, tunes and chart climbing with ESPN The Mag's Ryan McGee.
How can John Force strap himself and daughter Ashley back into the same car that has already killed their friends? By making sure it's not the same car.