Thu, 2019-09-12 21:45
Watch Hot Rod Drag Week live here. Today's Day 4 action comes from Maryland International Raceway in Budds Creek, Md.
by Bobby Bennett Jr.; Camera by Jake Simmons Thu, 2019-09-12 09:30
Go behind the scenes with Scott Palmer, driver of the Magic Dry Top Fuel Dragster at the greatest drag race in the world - the NHRA U.S. Nationals in Indianapolis.
by Bobby Bennett: Camera by Jake Simmons Wed, 2019-09-11 19:19
Follow behind the scenes with NHRA fuel Funny Car racer Paul Lee as he races in the most prestigious drag race in the world, the Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals.
by Bobby Bennett Fri, 2019-09-06 19:55
In football terms, the Super Stock/O car is the equivalent of a defensive lineman running a sprint. He's not usually the quickest or fastest, but there's no doubt there's huge entertainment value.
Videos by Bobby Bennett; Camera by Jake Simmons, FoxSports1 Sun, 2019-09-01 23:16
by Bobby Bennett Fri, 2019-08-16 14:07
All Wes Buck wanted to do is prove Pro Modified could be a headliner. Three years and $300,000 later, he's still putting on a wild show with the most volatile of drag racing door slammer divisions as the star of the show. In this interview with CompetitionPlus.com, Buck tells how the event has evolved through the years, and what to expect in the future.
Sat, 2019-08-03 17:54
Thanks to our coverage partners at Bangshift.com, we present to you the live video feed from the Street Car Super Nationals in St. Louis.
Video by Bobby Bennett Mon, 2019-07-15 06:31
We have yet another gem from the triple interview with Mountain Motor Pro Stock legends Roy Hill, Rickie Smith and Pat Musi. In this episode, Hill tells about the day he got one up on Bill "Grumpy" Jenkins, and he may or may not have had nitrous. It's all a vicious rumor Hill says with a laugh.
Sat, 2019-07-13 07:42
Thanks to our coverage partners at DragStory.com and Mark Walter, we present to you a replay from the Funny Car Nationals at Keystone Raceway in New Alexandria, Pa.
by Bobby Bennett Thu, 2019-06-20 17:15
During the ‘50s and ‘60s, when drag racing was in its infancy, those who documented the sport for enthusiast publications like National Dragster and Drag News rarely were trained journalists. Most were simply fans motivated by a love for the sport.
Among them was a native Californian who, armed with little more than an unquenchable curiosity and the ability to make sentences (“I wasn’t good at anything but P.E. and English”), ultimately set a standard for race coverage and honest commentary that helped transform the sport.