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Aaron Brooks and Rod Centorbi have taken over tuning duties on Morgan Lucas’ GEICO-sponsored NHRA Top Fuel dragster.
Brooks will head the operation. His most recent stint came at R2B2 Racing where he tuned the In-N-Out Funny Car driven by Melanie Troxel and the Rite Aid flopper of past world champion Frank Hawley.
Before working at R2B2, […]
By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
It’s Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving when normally rational Americans whip out their credit cards and spend like a drunken sailor. Or, maybe the rush to the nearest mall has more to do with escaping assorted family members who conveniently have confused your home with Extended Stay America.
Anyone for […]
By John Sturbin |Senior Writer
There is no debating the quarter-mile path to Eddie Krawiec’s second NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle world championship was personally more satisfying than the first.
Unlike his 2008 title, Krawiec’s 2011 Full Throttle Drag Racing Series championship was stamped by the sense of accomplishment that only one-two-three-four national event victories can bring.
“Yes, it […]
YORBA LINDA, Calif. – Drag racing icon John Force answered any lingering questions about his level of commitment to winning a 16th NHRA Funny Car world championship by undergoing post-season surgery to repair a damaged right knee originally injured playing high school football.
Following the 2011 NHRA season and championship banquet, Force checked into Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic […]
Recently crowned National Hot Rod Association world champion Del Worsham joked last week that he did not feel like a “full-fledged Top Fuel driver,” one day after clinching his title during the 2011 season-ender at Pomona, Calif.
“I’m a little wider and heavier than most Top Fuel drivers,” Worsham said, “but I have a great crew […]
Six-time NHRA world champion Kenny Bernstein has closed the book on his career as a competitor and Top Fuel team-owner, leaving son Brandon as a free-agent heading into the 2012 season.
“My wife Sheryl and I have come to a place in our lives where we want to pursue other interests,” Bernstein said in a statement […]
By John Sturbin | Senior Writer
Pro Stock Motorcycle rider Hector Arana Jr., newly crowned as the National Hot Rod Association’s Rookie of the Year, intends to show his peers “who’s boss” in the two-wheel class during 2012.
Arana Jr., son of the 2009 PSM world champion, received a $20,000 check as winner of the Automobile Club […]
Del Worsham, in his first season as a Top Fuel driver for Al-Anabi Racing, won the NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing championship on Sunday in Ponoma, Calif.
Also winning championships Sunday were Matt Hagan in Funny Car and Eddie Krawiec in Pro Stock Motorcycle.
Jason Line had clinched the Pro Stock championship before arriving at the Automobile […]
For the most part, the NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series has evolved into a situation that race fans worldwide know all too well: Big money, multi-car teams have left the small-budget, owner/driver teams fighting for the scraps.
But today at the historic Pomona dragstrip, Cruz Pedregon and the team he owns and runs will make […]
Del Worsham raced to the No. 1 qualifying position in Top Fuel Saturday during rain-shortened qualifying at the Automobile Club of Southern California NHRA Finals in Pomona.
Matt Hagan, Mike Edwards and Andrew Hines also were qualifying leaders at the season-ending race of the 2011 Full Throttle Drag Racing Series Countdown to the Championship.
Worsham powered his […]