If you’re a Pro Modified racer, team owner, sponsor, or fan, the 2013 season was one that will be long remembered, but it’s not likely to be for any of the right reasons.
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Controversy between the ADRL and Al-Anabi Racing has boiled over on the internet after a pair of opposing statements was issued regarding the payment and use of a reported $380,000 in Battle for the Belts purse.
Officials from the American Drag Racing League have announced the series’ 2014 schedule, which will celebrate the tenth anniversary of the popular 1/8-mile door slammer drag racing series.
Jason Scruggs reset the ADRL’s Pro Extreme record to a whopping 219.47 MPH this past weekend at the ADRL World Finals at Royal Purple Raceway in Texas. Scruggs’ Corvette qualified first and went to the final round.
Some cool news for fans of Precision Turbo & Engine: the company has just been named the title sponsor of the American Drag Racing League (ADRL) for the newborn Outlaw 10.5 class. They’ve also announced their contingency program.
It appears that the American Drag Racing League is raising the bar once again, announcing via their Facebook page on Tuesday evening the addition of Outlaw 10.5 as a new eliminator with the 1/8-mile heads-up drag racing series.
The competing ADRL and X-DRL outlaw doorslammer series recently went head-to-head on the same weekend for the first time, and while the two have played relatively nice thus far, it will be interesting to see if they can keep the political shenanigans that rocked open wheel racing out of the picture.
Officials from the American Drag Racing League announced today that their 2013 World Champions in Pro Extreme, Pro Nitrous, Pro Extreme Motorcycle and their newest class Pro Drag Radial will have an opportunity to win bonuses worth an unprecedented $1,000,000.
The annual March Meet was the headline attraction in the drag racing world over the weekend, but elsewhere in the country, the ADRL and the NMRA were kicking off their 2013 campaigns, while the NHRA and IHRA division trails marched on into spring.
The ADRL released a schedule and class lineup for the 2013 season at the Performance Racing Industry show in Orlando, Florida, including seven events and a host of changes in the racing program.
Fight Hard MMA, headed by Kenny and Jessica Nowling, has acquired the American Drag Racing League, it has been revealed. A press conference is scheduled for Friday at the PRI Show in Orlando, where this and other developments are expected to be announced.
Frankie Taylor closed out the 2012 ADRL season with a grand farewell, as the Texan now claims the quickest run in the history of the American Drag Racing League and the new world speed record.
According to reliable sources around the sport but unconfirmed at this point, American Drag Racing League majority owner Sheikh Khalid Bin Hamad Al Thani of Qatar has placed his stake in the series up for sale, with a related rumor pointing to co-founder Kenny Nowling as the buyer.
The moment and the season Bob Rahaim had always dreamed about came to fruition in the American Drag Racing League (ADRL) in 2012.
When it was over, the Pro Nitrous standout had a collection of special moments to reflect on.
Last weekend, the exciting TOPMA series was invited to be a part of the Nitto Tire NMRA/NMCA Lone Star Shootout at the Royal Purple Raceway in Houston, where Texas legend Frankie “the MadMan” Taylor scored a decisive victory in his supercharged Corvette.
There’s a new heads-up doorslammer series on the horizon headed by former members of the ADRL management staff, with a proposed four-race schedule that promises a focus on entertainment. It’s the next chapter in the story, and given a peaceful coexistence, it’s a great thing for drag racing.