NHRA brining Fox TV Hosts and Museum Vehicles to Riyadh
on FOX television hosts Brian Lohnes, Tony Pedregon, and Bruno Massel are
scheduled to interview automotive influencers from around the world. To add to
the experience, the NHRA is bringing a collection of cars from the Wally Parks
NHRA Motorsports Museum to Riyadh to expose a whole new audience to the
foundation of the sport. The NHRA will livestream all the action on NHRA.com
direct from the Riyadh auto show.
Beginning in 2016, the NHRA on FOX television
broadcast injected drag racing into the homes of millions of racing fans.
Leveraging that success, the NHRA took its NHRA on FOX interview stage on the
road to auto events in North America. Those conversations with the heroes of
drag racing and automotive world were livestreamed on NHRA.com to viewers
around the globe.
National Hot Rod Association (NHRA), drag racing’s preeminent sanctioning body,
was founded by automotive icon Wally Parks. From his roots in land speed racing
in California and the salt flats of Bonneville, Utah, Parks launched the NHRA
while running the world’s largest car magazine. He understood automotive
enthusiasts needed an association that organized and measured the best of their
energies and skills. Thus, the NHRA was born. Today, the NHRA carries Parks’
vision into the 21st century and continues the innovative use of media to bring
people together and celebrate their automotive accomplishments.