Women in Motorsports: Leah Pruett
All it takes is 3.6 seconds for Leah Pruett to cover the length of the drag strip at 335 mph. Her road to becoming an NHRA Top Fuel driver – a whole heck of lot longer than that.
Top Fuel Racing Engines – Containing the Explosions
It’s been over 60 years since Vic Edelbrock starting experimenting with nitromethane as a racing fuel in the early 1950s. In the 60 years of hands-on education since, along with the help of modern technology, there have been some amazing results. Earlier this year, I wrote a Memory Lane column titled “Going Faster in 1954”
Mopar and Pennzoil Announce Sponsorship of Leah Pritchett-Piloted NHRA Top Fuel Dragster
Mopar and Pennzoil have announced sponsorship of the NHRA Top Fuel Dragster driven by Leah Pritchett, returning the brand to the class in which Mopar first established its reputation for excellence at the dragstrip.