The Racers' Tribune is a series of features detailing the incredible lives of racers from around Hendricks Country, the state of Indiana, and the Midwest.
Every racer has a story. Some stories are exciting. Others are funny or sad, but each racer has one. Let Lucas Oil Raceway tell your story. If you have a story to tell or know someone who does, submit the story HERE to be highlighted in the Racers' Tribune.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.—The rise and fall of an individual is a story that has been told thousands of times. It almost always begins with promise and hopes for a bright future. It almost always ends with the downfall of a once-great hero or future star.
Dustin Richardson's story did begin with promise. He did endure a free fall in his personal life. But the end of his story is yet to be told.
INDIANAPOLIS,Ind.—Most racers have been sitting in a driver's seat for most of their lives. Some seasoned veterans have been taking the tree since their teenage years. Some racers grow up working crew for their dad or their friends and are now behind the wheel themselves. Some began racing a junior dragster as early as five or six years of age. Alia Wischmeyer does not fit in any of those categories.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.—The National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) is divided into seven divisions at the sportsman level. Racers compete within those divisions for championships and other perks like trips to national events. Division 3 (North Central Division) has produced a long list of championship drag racers. That list includes the name Devin Isenhower.