About NHRA

From coast to coast and beyond, the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) sets and enforces rules in drag racing while hosting electrifying events throughout the United States and Canada. With over 40,000 drivers on its rosters, the NHRA claims to be the largest motorsports-sanctioning body in the world. The main aim of the NHRA is to "keep drag racing safe, exciting, and accessible to as many people as possible." The NHRA was founded by Wally Parks in 1951. It began as a way to get hot rodders off the streets and into organized racing events. The first NHRA event was held in 1953 at the Los Angeles Coliseum. Today, the NHRA has over 140 member tracks across the United States and Canada. The NHRA sanctions three different levels of drag racing: Top Fuel, Funny Car, and Pro Stock. 

For those seeking ultimate speed and power, Top Fuel and Funny Car are the pinnacle of drag racing. Pro Stock is another popular class with vehicles that resemble street-legal cars. Besides these, the NHRA also hosts a range of other events such as Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series, Summit Racing Equipment Jr. Drag Racing League, and SamTech.edu Factory Stock Showdown to offer an array of thrilling experiences for drag fans! The National Hot Rod Association, founded by Wally Parks and chaired emeritus to this day, is based in Glendora, California. By sanctioning events such as drag racing meets and monster truck showcases alongside live concerts; the NHRA seeks to further its mission under President Peter Clifford's leadership.

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