Robert Hight became the first two-time Funny Car winner in the NHRA Four-Wide Nationals on Sunday, beating John Force, Alexis DeJoria and Tim Wilkerson in the final.
Robert Hight took his second straight Funny Car victory to kick off the Countdown to the Championship playoffs at the NHRA Carolina Nationals on Sunday.
Fans escaped serious injury Saturday when the body of Funny Car driver Robert Hight's car blew off near the finish line after his engine exploded in the NHRA Four-Wide Nationals.
With only two living members -- Rusty Wallace and Leonard Wood -- in its 2013 class, some worry the Hall of Fame lacks luster. But as Friday showed, great storytellers make it special.
Robert Hight became the fifth Funny Car driver to win four straight races, beating John Force, Cruz Pedregon and Ron Capps in the final of the NHRA Four-Wide Nationals.
Robert Hight topped Funny Car qualifying Saturday in the NHRA Four-Wide Nationals with a run of 4.074 seconds at 317.19 mph in the third round.
Robert Hight raced to the Funny Car qualifying lead Thursday in the season-ending Automobile Club of Southern California NHRA Finals at Auto Club Raceway.
Funny Car points leader Robert Hight took the provisional No. 1 qualifying position Friday in the NHRA Four-Wide Nationals at zMAX Dragway.
Critics claim Robert Hight got a free pass to the NHRA playoffs because his famous team owner/father-in-law spun the tires in a must-win duel at Indy. Well, look at him now.
Cory McClenathan and Robert Hight shot up the playoff rankings by winning their first races of 2009 Sunday at the NHRA Carolinas Nationals at zMax Dragway.
Abandoning the shop that daddy Lee built in Level Cross, N.C., was not an easy decision for Richard Petty. But it was necessary, writes David Newton.
Going green isn't a catchphrase Robert Yates takes lightly. Yates says NASCAR can -- should -- play a leading role in our attempt to become more environmentally friendly ... one engine at a time.
Sources close to Robert Yates Racing said Wednesday that Ricky Rudd's Snickers Ford will carry the No. 88 in 2007.
Robert Yates is turning to a familiar face to help turn around his struggling Nextel Cup organization, tabbing Ricky Rudd to drive in 2007.
Elliott Sadler's exodus from Robert Yates Racing was completed Wednesday when he was introduced as the new driver at Evernham Motorsports.
Elliott Sadler will take over the No. 19 Dodge at Evernham Motorsports beginning with this weekend's race at Michigan International Speedway.