For NHRA’s elite Sportsman racers, the annual JEGS Allstars competition at Route 66 Raceway represents a perfect time to shine.
Rain halted Sportsman action at the NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals in Bristol, but there was still plenty of Lucas Oil Series racing last weekend.
The Factory Stock Showdown cars stole the show in Englishtown with 163-mph runs and a win by Kevin Skinner.
When it comes to success in Super-class racing, few drivers can match six-time Division 1 champ Tom Stalba Jr.
Justin Lamb won three races in two weeks at Auto Club Dragway, and Jeffrey Barker continues to rule Top Sportsman in Division 2.
Chassis builder Larry Larson made history by driving his incredible street-legal truck to the Top Sportsman title in Topeka.
The Sportsman action at the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Southern Nationals featured some of the most interesting story lines of the season.
Led by the Coughlin, Emmons, Richardson, and Biondo families, NHRA Sportsman racing has a long tradition of successful siblings.
A huge field of 668 entries packed Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis for the Division 3 season opener. Here are a few highlights from the event.
With wins in Super Comp and Super Gas, respectively, second-generation racers Jeff and Robby Lopez became the latest brothers to win the same event.