The National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) got back on track this past weekend for the annual New Hampshire Nationals at the New England Dragway after a three-week hiatus from the rained out Houston Raceway Park on May 23.
On a sunny Sunday afternoon in Epping, New Hampshire, the National Hot Rod Association returned to the New England Dragway for the first time in two years after skipping last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Following the Friday qualifying session at New England Dragway, Matt Hagan, Billy Torrence and Greg Anderson looked to continue their momentum heading into Saturday afternoon for two rounds of qualifying.
Due to ongoing and persistent rain showers around the Baytown, Texas area, NHRA (National Hot Rod Association) was left with no choice to postpone the NHRA Spring Nationals at Houston Raceway Park until Monday morning at 10 a.m.
After securing his 161st No. 1 qualifier Saturday night at the Charlotte Four-Wide Nationals, John Force gained his first NHRA victory in over two years, his first since the 2019 US Nationals at Indianapolis.