by Bobby Bennett Thu, 2016-05-05 07:37
John Force admits this wasn't the first time he's had to eat his words and promises it won't be the last either.
The 16-time NHRA Funny Car champion, while on his 2006 A&E reality show The Driving Force, lamented the fact he wanted boys to carry on his legacy and pointed to his three daughters; Ashley, Brittany and Courtney, and said, "And this is what I got."
by Larry Crum Wed, 2016-05-04 11:24
It is something we all seek. From our bosses. From our peers. And from our parents – especially from our parents.
For some of us, making our parents proud is easy. Maybe you are the first in your family to go to college, to land a dream job, or to follow in your parent’s footsteps. Perhaps it is as simple as just being a good person.
by Bobby Bennett Wed, 2016-05-04 06:15
Sixteen-time NHRA champion John Force might want to learn how to run an elliptical machine before he ever tries to climb behind the wheel of a Top Fuel dragster, the top of the food chain in drag racing machinery.
Since his 2007 Funny Car crash, John Force has made himself a gym rat by working out 365 days a year.
Force knows the inherent dangers of driving a fuel burning Funny Car but never envisioned a weight room would ever require the NHRA's Safety Safari rescue team.