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The technology under the cars' hoods make them just about fly down the track. The cars go fast, really fast. "These are pretty sophisticated machines, you know? They're the fastest accelerating race car on planet Earth," driver Richie Crampton said.
Chicago area with a comfortable lead in the championship standings in drag racing's premier class, top fuel. But it's only early summer and Kalitta, still searching for his first top-fuel title, has several rivals trying to narrow the gap in the
Australian Richie Crampton was a crew member on a top fuel dragster team in the United States. On Sunday he clinched a dream first career win in the driver's seat of the very same team's car in the most competitive drag racing series in the world...
Al Anabi start well in Kansas May 25, 2014 - 12:22:10 am Qatar's Al Anabi Racing Top Fuel team did well during qualifying for the NHRA Kansas Nationals. TOPEKA, Kansas: Both teams that comprise the Qatar Al-Anabi Racing Top Fuel team, the three-time
The engine rebuild kits pros at APM Engine Parts want to highlight the recent news concerning Lucas Oil Products co-founder Forrest Lucas' induction into the International Drag Racing Hall of Fame. This honor, which was bestowed to Lucas on March
Fifty years after he became the first drag racer to break 200 miles per hour in the quarter-mile, Don Garlits is aiming to hit that mark again -- only this time in an electric car. The 82-year-old's Swamp Rat 37 is a high-tech dragster fitted with a
Torrence, from Kilgore, had a 3.786-second pass at 321.81 mph. "We've got a lot of friends and family here," Torrence said. "We've got everyone from Capco Contractors out here supporting us. I consider Houston and Dallas to be home races so to do
Force opened defense of his unprecedented 16th National Hot Rod Association Funny Car title by setting records for elapsed time and speed during qualifying for Sunday's, season-opening 54th Circle K Winternationals drag races at Auto Club Raceway in
Drag racer Courtney Force went to Daytona International Speedway last month to cheer on her boyfriend, IndyCar driver Graham Rahal, as he raced in the Rolex 24 at Daytona endurance event. For the 25-year-old Force, it was an eye-opening experience. "
Is it the polio he battled as a kid and managed to overcome and be a professional athlete? Is it the 15 years of getting whipped on the track and not surrendering to failure? Is it the multimillion-dollar family business he built and the millions of