Muldowney: 'Thrill is gone' from NHRA
Shirley Muldowney wants everyone to know she still loves drag racing more than 30 years after she made history as the first woman (and still the only woman) to win an NHRA Top Fuel championship.
But Muldowney has some issues with how the NHRA does things. She's mad as heck about some of the recent changes made in the NHRA.
"As far as I'm concerned, the thrill is gone from the sport I love," Muldowney said in a phone interview. "I just hate what they've done to the sport."
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