Robert Hight has just one thing in mind for the U.S. Nationals this weekend - winning.
2012 NHRA Top Fuel champion Antron Brown goes into the U.S. Nationals with confidence.
John Hall enters the biggest race of the year as the defending event winner.
Pro Stock championship is the big picture.
In a Motorsport.com exclusive, the four-time NHRA Funny Car champion and International Motorsports Hall of Fame inductee talks about his incredible career.
U.S. Nationals offers him two shots at victory.
The 24-race NHRA Mello Yello Series will make its traditional stops across the country and remains the most geographically dispersed U.S. touring series in all of motorsports.
First of a two-day test prior to season's biggest event.
Brown, Johnson lead Top Fuel and Pro Stock at Brainerd.
Hight's 313.29 mph run may signal a change of luck.
Brown has a strong handle on what it takes to stand in the winner’s circle during the biggest weekend of the year.
Four-time champion ready to end dry spell.
The Australian has already piloted his dragster at Brainerd to one win in his first Top Fuel season.
Spencer Massey (Top Fuel), Ron Capps (Funny Car) and Mike Edwards (Pro Stock) were last year’s winners.
Richie Stevens back in the saddle for at least four races.
Erica Enders-Stevens has decided to take a break help cut costs which is understandable, except for the fact that she's the championship leader.
At 65, the NHRA Funny Car driver remains the best in the business.
John Force edges out daughter Courtney for fast time.
Dad gets his 150th career top qualfiying position.
Mello Yello Series results Friday from Seattle
Torrence hopes heading to a track where he’s had previous success provides that boost to finish off the three-week NHRA Western Swing with a victory.
Worst showing since 2006 has team concerned.
Faced Jason Line in a 2006 rematch.
alBalooshi, Line and Krawiec also victorious at Sonoma Raceway.
Ends up number five in Po Stock.
Capps, Johnson quickest Funny Cars.