The 2016 NHRA season is getting ready to start and NHRA fans around the world are geared up for the first live TV broadcast on FoxSports1. This is a great time for one last look back at the 2015 season with all the NHRA Mello Yello and Lucas Oil Champions in one place. Below you will find each WFO championship “Winnerview”. We invite you to bookmark this site or subscribe to WFO from your mobile device and stay connected all season long.
The Parade of 2015 NHRA Champions has to start in Top Fuel where Antron Brown won his second NHRA Mello Yello Championship. As you can imagine Antron is a regular on WFO and even claims to enjoy the experience.
The 2015 NHRA Mello Yello Funny Car Champion Del Worsham and his team right after winning the title. You can feel the energy of this moment. WFO was there.
Erica Enders won her second Pro Stock Championship in style, locking it up early. WFO caught up with Erica on her way to the Auto Club Finals. Erica won the final championship with carburetors and hood scoops. Listen to what she had to say.
Pro Stock Motorcycle was especially tough in 2015, but Andrew Hines came out on top once again! His fifth PSM title! Let’s call him 5 time from now on. The bikes start their season in Gainesville.
Moving into the Lucas Oil Series, the Top Alcohol Dragster class produced a very popular winner. Joey Severence who manages Woodburn Dragway in Oregon, battled down to the final race and won the title. WFO spoke with Joey moments after the title.
In Top Alcohol Funny Car, Jonnie Lindberg was a breakout rock star! Jonnie set the world on fire with the quickest and fastest runs in history back in Charlotte, then powered to the championship at the Auto Club finals. Jonnie spoke with WFO at the PRI Trade Show in Indy following being named to Drag Illustrated’s 30 under 30.
In Competition Eliminator, Craig Bourgeois took down the competition bringing the title down to the Bayou.
Super Stock went to Justin Lamb. Lamb battled down to the final race and tells his story of how he won it all.
Stock Eliminator also went down to the Bayou with Kevin Helms. Helms is an excellent driver who took time give some driving tips to the WFO listeners.
The Super Comp title went to Kevin Brannon. Brannon won the championship without winning a National event, but he did win the Jeg’s Allstars and the title. HUGE.
Super Gas Champion Jacob Elrod celebrated his title on WFO, and looked ahead to the 2016 season.
Marco Abruzzi won the first ever NHRA Top Dragster National Championship.
Jeff Barker was the first ever NHRA Top Sportsman National Championship. He gave a lot of insight into bracket racing at 213 mph.
And there you have all the 2015 NHRA Mello Yello and Lucas Oil champions. WFO Radio is going to do it all again in 2016. Don’t miss a show! Click here to check out the full archive and be ready for another great season of WFO Radio NHRA Nitro!