Points leaders in Top Fuel, Funny Car and Pro Stock can't afford to crap out this weekend in Las Vegas. Just one mistake could cost them overall bragging rights in the POWERade Series, 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.
Don Schumacher had the best odds of winning in Pomona. But somehow, the owner fell short.
Doug Herbert has made changes within his Snap-On Tools Top Fuel team that should increase his odds of making a title run.
John Force, the NHRA's 12-time Funny Car champion and all-time winningest driver, simply operates outside the laws of nature.
Greg Anderson has been the dominant Pro Stock force of 2004, but not so far at Atlanta. Pairings
The NHRA's top three classes will bring their own scenarios to Las Vegas this weekend.
Jim Yates and Greg Anderson failed to make the field, virtually assuring Jeg Coughlin of the title.