Written by Tracy Renck Tue, 2015-10-06 18:00
Justen Spencer has been a highly-successful racer in National Muscle Car Association West and Pacific Street Car Association competition.
Spencer runs an open comp modular motor – and has prevailed without any hiccups.
Written by Tracy Renck, photos by Roger Richards Mon, 2015-10-05 12:00
Through late July through the first week of September, Jack Beckman had the baddest nitro Funny Car in NHRA.
Beckman returned to his throne at the NHRA Keystone Nationals (Oct. 1-4).
Written by Susan Wade, photos by Roger Richards Mon, 2015-10-05 12:00
With a runaway Top Fuel victory Sunday over tire-smoking Tony Schumacher at the Keystone Nationals near Reading, Pa., Anton Brown became the only NHRA racer to win the first three events of the Countdown to the Championship.
And he opened up a 94-point advantage over second-ranked Schumacher – who himself has a 100-point margin over No. 3 Brittany Force – as the Mello Yello Drag Racing Series action shifts to Ennis, Texas, near Dallas, for the fourth of six playoff events.
Written by Susan Wade, photos by Roger Richards Mon, 2015-10-05 08:00
Andrew Hines said Eastern Pennsylvania’s Maple Grove Raceway was Angelle Sampey’s NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle playground.
“Reading was kind of like The Angelle Nationals,” Sunday’s Keystone Nationals winner and points leader said after defeating Chip Ellis to tie Sampey for second place on the class’ all-time victories list at 41.
Written by Tracy Renck, photos by Roger Richards Mon, 2015-10-05 08:00
Even with a new crew chief, Chris McGaha’s career season didn’t miss a beat at NHRA’s rain-plagued Keystone Nationals.
The Pro Stock driver, with tuner Tommy Utt leading the way, captured his third win of the season by beating Greg Anderson with a holeshot in the finals Sunday.