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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
Mello Yello Top Fuel World Champions owned by Sheikh Khalid bin Hamad Al Thani. Langdon is first, and Khalid alBalooshi is 12th. Qualifying resumes today with eliminations set for tomorrow. Langdon dazzled the huge Las Vegas crowd in both Friday
Checking the lanes has been a part of drag racing almost as long as the sport has been in existence, ever since two cars lined up side by side to race. Top Fuel and Funny Car teams employing track specialists to assess conditions...I don't perform
Alan Bockla used to put on fireproof underwear and blast down racetracks at record speeds. Handsome, fearless and a bit of a showoff, he was drag racing's "King of the Rockies." Popping wheelies in his hot rod was his trademark, driving crowds wild.
Defending Top Fuel season champion Antron Brown took the No...Brown, 16th before the final session, powered his 8,000-horsepower dragster to a 3.811-second run at 320.58 mph for his second No...Hagan stayed atop the Funny Car lineup with his track-
So this is what blood makes a man do, if that man is Brandon Bernstein: It makes him tell his achin' back to shut the hell up. Day after day now, week after week, he grits his teeth, hauls his weary 41-year-old self out to that smoking ribbon of
Pacific Raceways in Kent (10 miles east of I-5 on Highway 18)...Steve Torrence in Top Fuel, Courtney Force in Funny Car, Erica Enders-Stevens in Pro Stock.
Retiring funny car driver Johnny Gray is an oilman from Artesia, N.M., and a millionaire with an oversized heart. He considers Bandimere Speedway his home track, and Children's Hospital Colorado this region's most important place. There is no history