The last stop on the NHRA POWERade circuit produced milestones galore two weeks ago at Madison, Ill. But Bristol Dragway brings a brand-new set of challenges, writes Bill Stephens.
Tony Schumacher, Robert Hight and Greg Anderson kicked off the 2008 POWERade Series with a bang, but so did Tony Pedregon -- only he's not celebrating, writes Bill Stephens.
The pressure is building on some drivers to make up ground and others to stay out front as the Southern Nationals loom, writes Bill Stephens.
Gary Scelzi isn't hitting the panic button yet, but the Funny Car champ knows he's digging a deep hole, writes Bill Stephens.
With his fifth straight IHRA Top Fuel title, Clay Millican placed a punctuation mark on a long, arduous and unexpected rise to prominence.
There will be a historical footnote attached this year's Funny Car champion, regardless of who ends up winning it.
Andrew Hines' record run in Sonoma was just the latest in a series of milestones for the vaunted Hines & Vance PSB operation.
Gary Scelzi's name is all over the NHRA record books. But his desire to win is stronger than ever.
Mark Pawuk was ready to call it quits. But the Pro Stock racer found he had more friends than he knew.
John Force's quickest Funny Car pass in history Saturday at Joliet left jaws dropped and fans cheering.
Jeg Coughlin's got a Hemi. And the most versatile NHRA racer took it to the limit Friday night.
The anyone-can-win Funny Car battle should provide plenty of thrills this weekend at Englishtown.
Her Hall of Fame induction is just another item on a long list of Shirley Muldowney's accomplishments.
Andrew Hines' Gatornationals win on a Harley-Davidson in Gainesville was no small feat.
John Force and his team locked up the top three spots in qualifying Saturday at Phoenix.
NHRA founder Wally Parks celebrated his 90th birthday among friends this weekend at Pomona.