by Bobby Bennett; Photos by Roger Richards Fri, 2017-09-01 12:16
The most unlikely of combinations dominated the second day of the Chevrolet Performance NHRA U.S. Nationals in Indianapolis.
U/Stock Automatic might not be the fastest, but it sure butchered the index in second day Stock qualifying. The U/SA cars represented three of the top five position, and leapfrogging to the top was B.J. Graham, who drove her '76 Mustang II to a -1.675 hit against the 14.85 index with a 13.175 elapsed time. Falling into second was the nearly identical U/SA combination Mustang II of Gary Summers, who was -1.604 under.
by Bobby Bennett Thu, 2017-08-31 12:02
Five Lucas Oil divisions hit the track on Wednesday, the official first day of the Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals in Indianapolis, with two sessions apiece for Super Stock, Stock, Super Comp and Super Gas. The Factory Stock Showdown also made two time trial runs.
by J.T. Gonzalez; Photos by NHRA.com, Bobby Bennett Tue, 2017-08-29 16:02
David Rampy is at it again. During a year in which he planned to "slow down a bit" and not chase championship points, the Sportsman superstar's early season victories forced him to alter his plans and is currently leading the Comp national standings and is in second place in Super Stock. Additionally, his four victories to date this season increased his career total to 96 national event wins, making reaching the century mark this year a possibility.
CompetitionPlus Sportsman's J.T. Gonzalez caught up with Rampy to talk about his season, why he began the year not looking to compete for a title, and the possibility of reaching the century mark in career victories.