The Mac Tools U.S. Nationals by Lucas Oil will see masses of NHRA fans and racers heading to the track on Labor Day weekend. This event is known as the most prestigious and richest on the drag racing calendar. Forming the final event for Full Throttle teams and will also see the NHRA Get Screened Aemerica Pro Mod Drag Racing Series taking place. Last year the event was won by Larry Dixon and Ashley Force Hood.
John Force is a name in the racing industry that is associated with success, determination, and a passion for the sport of drag racing. Not only does he own John Force Racing, but he is also a seventeen time champion car owner and has won no less than fifteen championships as a driver in the Funny Car division. With more than a hundred and thirty victories, John Force has proven his worth in the racing industry and continues to do so without any thought of retiring.
Since opening in 1989, Heartland Park Topeka has become a popular racing event venue, with its dragstrip hitting the headlines with record-breaking performances. One of the more noteworthy of these achievements being the 1993 shattering of the quarter mile four-second and 300-mph barriers in Funny Car. Dates: 20-22 May 2011 Venue: Heartland Park Topeka State: […]
The 31st annual Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Southern Nationals is considered to be one of the toughest of the NHRA series to claim a victory on. The heat of the action is magnified as temperatures rise, and all eyes are on the dragway’s 660-foot concrete launchpad. In addition to the NHRA events, the program includes […]
The Auto Club Raceway, Pomona, was abuzz with excitement as the 2011 NHRA/a> Full Throttle Drag Racing Series got underway. There were some concerns as the weather during the qualifying days was marked by intermittent rain, but it also allowed for teams to enjoy fierce competition in varying weather conditions, leading to much action and excitement. The four day event was enjoyed by both competitors and spectators, providing unexpected results and surprising outcomes that had everyone at the edges of their seats.