The Emmons Effect

The unmistakable Lucas Oil branding is represented emphatically throughout NHRA's Super Stock and Stock Eliminator ranks in red, white, and blue by Emmons Motorsports. The family name has permeated the muscly door car categories for decades, and with a full stable of powerful racecars, the Emmons group has harvested crop after crop of trophies at... Continue Reading →

Delayed Houston Sportsman Racing Concludes at Texas Motorplex

Racing started early at Texas Motorplex during their historic Stampede of Speed, an unparalleled week packed full of drag racing and activities to engage the racer and surrounding community alike. For an assortment of Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series competitors, the Dallas-area facility was host to the weather-delayed Mopar Express Lane NHRA SpringNationals. Qualifying and... Continue Reading →

Russell Ghent’s First Ride

Tom Ghent was beside himself, but that was nothing compared to what his son, Russell Ghent, was feeling. The elder Ghent had been involved in motorsports for a long while, and the former drag racer gave up the favored pastime in the 1990s when his children were small, but he spent much of his career... Continue Reading →

#DoItForDi: Top Sportsman’s Don O’Neal Competing in Wife Diane’s Honor

Don O'Neal is undoubtedly holding back mixed emotions, but the two-time NHRA national event winner is focused on an important task this weekend. He's at Summit Motorsports Park in Norwalk to "#DoItForDi" and pursue the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals Top Sportsman trophy in honor of his wife, Diane O'Neal, who lost her battle with... Continue Reading →

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