by John DiBartolomeo Sun, 2019-04-21 18:19
The day arrived. Maytag/Silverstate Refrigeration Million Dollar Friday, the main event of the K&N Spring Fling Million presented by Optima Batteries. A day which will certainly change the life of one person.
This being Vegas, what better “casino” to place a bet than The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway and first up today was the Brodix Run For The $50,000. For a $50 “bet,” place a dial-in on your car, “pull the handle,” leave the starting line with a perfect .000 reaction time and run dead-on your dial with a “0” gets you a perfect run and a $50,000 check. If no perfect runs are recorded, the best package earns that driver a set of Brodix SR20 cylinder heads. Second place gets a $2,000 check and third place a free entry into the 2020 Spring Fling Million main event. If no one hits the $50K perfect run, the first perfect run in Friday’s elimination will earn that driver $20,000.
A video series by Justin Hutto Wed, 2019-04-17 17:41
Drag racing is a way of life for Stock Eliminator racer Justin Hutto.
In this new series, follow along behind the scenes with Hutto as he faces the challenges of drag racing, from a class racing standpoint. Hutto, a member of Drag Illustrated's 30-under-30 fraternity, is one of the young and upcoming drag racers in the sport and provides insight into this complex racing world.
By Steve Turner;Photos Courtesy of NMCA Wed, 2019-04-10 10:50
The Chevrolet Performance Challenge Series kicked off during the 11th Annual Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center NMRA/NMCA All-Star Nationals Presented by MAHLE Motorsport held at Atlanta Dragway from April 4-6, 2019.
Photos and story by Alex Owens Wed, 2019-04-10 09:52
The JEGS Super Quick Series kicked off its 31st season of competition at Gateway Motorsports Park last weekend. Even though the early forecast looked dreary for Sunday, what an absolutely gorgeous weekend it turned out to be for Missouri in early April!
By Mary Lendzion; Photos by NMCA Wed, 2019-04-10 09:40
The pits were packed and the stands were stuffed at the 11th Annual Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center NMRA/NMCA All-Star Nationals by MAHLE Motorsport, April 4-7 at Atlanta Dragway.
That’s where drivers in both series made every effort to wheel their cars to the coveted Aerospace Components Winner’s Circle, and they put up plenty of personal bests and potential records along the way.
On the NMCA side, drivers in VP Racing Fuels Xtreme Pro Mod put on a show while pushing their cars to the limit. Among them was Daniel Pharris, who stopped the clocks at 3.72 in his Mustang to lead qualifying. Several competitive rounds later, he made it to the final. There he lined up alongside Don Walsh Jr., who, like Pharris, had been consistent and quick all weekend. The tight race saw Walsh Jr. take the win with a 3.72 in his Corvette to Pharris’ 3.75.