When the engine on Matt Hagan’s Funny Car grenaded into a 300-mile-per-hour fireball near the finish line on the first pass of the third session of Funny Car qualifying for March’s NHRA Four-Wide Nationals at zMAX Dragway outside of Charlotte, N.C., the second-year driver was so stunned by the concussion that he thought he had lost several fingers.
With New Year’s just days away, everyone is probably thinking of resolutions and setting goals for 2011, but what about goals for the upcoming motorsports season?
Dec 30 2010 | Posted in Blogs
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If Santa could grant some motorsports-related Christmas wishes, what would I ask for? Here’s what I came up with.
Dec 23 2010 | Posted in Blogs
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At 26, Aric Almirola has experienced the ups and downs of the NASCAR world firsthand. The highs have included driving for some of the best teams the sport has to offer, while the lows have seen the Tampa, Fla., native unemployed, on the sidelines, waiting in the wings for the next opportunity.
Owens Takes WoOLMS Finale As Richards Makes History
Passion For Drag Racing Has ‘Captain Chaos’ Lending Helping Hand To Fellow Competitors
Hornaday Edges Busch On Late-Race Restart For Kroger 200 Win
After finishing 17th in March’s season-opening Atlanta 150, Burt Myers thought any chance he had of securing his first NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour title was out the window.
Evernham-designed machine a dirt-track cousin of grassroots Legends car program
Burt Myers led all but one lap in winning the UNOH Southern Slam 150 Thursday night and, in the process, leapfrogged three title contenders to claim the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour championship.