Three-time NHRA defending Top Fuel World Champion Steve Torrence claimed his first NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series win of the season at the DENSO Spark Plugs NHRA Four-Wide Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, April 18.
Who won the NHRA Finals?
Doug Kalitta’s loss to Justin Ashley clinched the Top Fuel crown for Steve Torrence while matching holeshot losses by Jason Line and Jeg Coughlin Jr. helped make Erica Enders a four-time NHRA Pro Stock champ.
Who won the Las Vegas NHRA race?
Bob Tasca III takes home his first four-wide victory with huge Las Vegas win. Bob Tasca III won his first four-wide title, winning the final at the Denso Spark Plugs NHRA Four-Wide Nationals on a holeshot to collect his seventh career Funny Car win and ninth overall in NHRA competition.
Who won Top Fuel yesterday?
Torrence wins Top Fuel final in NHRA Arizona Nationals
(AP) — Billy Torrence won the Top Fuel final Sunday in the NHRA Arizona Nationals at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park. Torrence beat Leah Pritchett with a run of 3.965 seconds at 326…
Who won funny car in Vegas?
Mustang Racer Wins Vegas Funny Car Race On Automobile’s 57th B-Day Weekend. Bob Tasca’s Mustang beat Hellcat-driving Matt Hagan by 0.017 seconds.
Who is the richest drag racer?
Michael Schumacher Net Worth: $800 Million
Michael Schumacher’s net worth is approximately $800 million, making him the richest racing driver in the world.
Did NHRA get rained out?
NHRA – National Hot Rod Association
Final eliminations for the Mopar Express Lane NHRA SpringNationals presented by Pennzoil have been postponed due to rain at Houston Raceway Park.
How much do NHRA drivers get paid?
The average NHRA Salary for Drivers is $44,922 per year. Today’s top fuel and funny car winners will earn $50,000, about half as much as the big-budget teams devout to one car every race.
What is the NHRA schedule for 2021?
|2021 NHRA Camping World Drag Series Schedule|
|March 12-14||Amalie Motor Oil NHRA Gatornationals||Gainesville, FL|
|March 26-28||NHRA Southern Nationals||Atlanta, GA|
|April 9-11||Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals||Pomona, CA|
|April 16-18||DENSO Spark Plugs Four-Wide Nationals||Las Vegas, NV|
Did John Force win today?
John Force wins NHRA New England Nationals for 2nd Funny Car win of year.
Is John Force Racing coming back in 2021?
But after taking the season off, John Force and his team, John Force Racing, will return to NHRA for the start of the 2021 season, which kicks off in Gainesville, Fla., on March 11. … The 71-year-old NHRA legend will receive his second COVID-19 vaccine Wednesday.
Who won the Top Fuel?
Stop us if you’ve heard this before: Steve Torrence won the NGK NTK NHRA Four-Wide Nationals. The three-time and reigning NHRA Camping World Top Fuel champion won for the sixth time in the last seven NHRA four-wide events. Stop us if you’ve heard this before: Steve Torrence won the Four-Wide Nationals.
Is Erica Enders still married?
Erica is happily married to her husband, Richie Stevens Jr.
Who is Bob Tasca?
Bob Tasca III currently owns and drives the Motorcraft / Quick Lane Nitro Mustang Funny Car. NOTABLE: In March of 2007 Bob Tasca III broke the world record, recording the quickest pass in Alcohol Funny Car history at 5.451 at 263MPH!
What engine is in Bob Tasca Funny Car?
The Thunderbolts came with the powerful 427 Ford engine and were similar in theory to today’s limited production drag race only Mustangs, Camaros and Challengers.
Who won the Funny Car race today?
EPPING, N.H. – In a thrilling final round between teammates, the legendary John Force defeated Robert Hight at New England Dragway, powering to his 153rd Funny Car victory Sunday at the TascaParts.com NHRA New England Nationals presented by Bandero Premium Tequila.