It’s been a three-week hiatus for NHRA’s Camping World Drag Racing Series, which last competed at Houston Raceway Park the third week of May.
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NHRA’s visit to Houston last weekend started late and finished even later, thanks to the vagaries of weather patterns in the Gulf of Mexico that presaged the upcoming hurricane season.
The only way to explain a rather strange weekend for the 34th Mopar Express Lane NHRA SpringNationals presented by Pennzoil is with the word Overcome.
Despite the shortened schedule at the NHRA SpringNationals, tough competition is expected.
The NHRA is ready to expand it’s reach eastward, and is selling its Glendora headquarters.
The NHRA Winternationals move to July, and the Northwest Nationals say see you next year.
After a yearlong hiatus drag racing’s winningest driver was back on top this weekend after scoring his second four-wide victory in just his fourth race of the season.
The second set of the NHRA’s four-wide races is set for this weekend at the zMax Dragway outside of Charlotte, NC and the competition will be fierce!
The NHRA makes a bittersweet trip to Atlanta Dragway this weekend for its third race of the 2021 Camping World Drag Racing Series season – and the track’s 40th and final annual Lucas Oil Southern Nationals on the soon-to-be-closed dragstrip.
Throw Down of 2021 will be held at Osage Casino Hotel Tulsa Raceway Park on May 7th-8th and will feature some of the top racers in the United States competing in 12 classes.