I agree with that statement. Not just in drag racing but all motor sports. How much money you bringing to the table. Look at Jim Head, been looking for a driver for the past three years. What he really is saying is , looking for someone with tons of money they want to give him or a major sponsor they can bring him. Then and only then will they drive his car. Thats racing. You want to play you got to pay.''The trend of drivers with money and damn little experience getting whatever Top Fuel and Funny Car rides become available will continue.'' i believe that.
Pretty much the same with Funny cars, all remind me of bubbles lolNHRA needs to to bring back pro "STOCK" and that would help. Nothing stock about a pro stock these days. Even if it slows them down people want to be able to relate to the cars. They all look alike. The only way to tell them apart is the sticker on the hood.