Earning trophies one quarter-mile at a time.
You follow NHRA racing because you’re captivated by the relationship between man and machine. And maybe because you admire champions who never stop pushing for the next big win. Whatever drives you, don’t wait for our next victory lap to spin through the latest news in Chevrolet drag racing.
2022 NHRA CHAMPION
All we do is win.
2022 was a historic year for Chevrolet in NHRA, where we won a sixth straight manufacturer’s championship, our 27th overall. Our dominance was fueled by Top Fuel Champion Brittany Force and Pro Stock Champion Erica Enders. Over in Factory Stock Showdown, David Barton rounded out a trio of driver championship wins behind the wheel of a COPO Camaro.
A Force to be reckoned with.
With a staggering 16 NHRA championships and 154 race wins, John Force has been dominating the drag strip for decades. The need for speed runs in the family, as Force’s three daughters are also drag racers, and one even serves as the CFO of John Force Racing. Think this powerful Force stops there? Think again. The racing veteran also teamed up with Chevy to design the 2020 COPO Camaro.
A rich history.
The COPO legacy began in 1969, when the first Camaro drag racing specialty car was created to compete the NHRA Stock Eliminator. Since then, COPO Camaro has captured national records for quarter-mile times and has become one of the most iconic cars to ever hit the drag strip.
The legacy continues.
The limited-edition COPO Camaro is available with three powertrain options for 2023–the naturally aspirated COPO 427, the LSX-based 350 supercharged, and a brand-new fuel-injected Big-Block 632. All are paired with an ATI Racing Products TH400 3-speed automatic transmission, making any of the small block or big block options a smart option.
2024 NHRA RACING SCHEDULE
Can’t get enough of Chevrolet on the drag strip? The story continues whenever you’re ready.