The U.S. Army has been a NHRA racing sponsor since 2000 and a NASCAR sponsor from 2003 - 2012.


2000 NHRA U.S. Army Dragster

Tony Schumacher debuts U.S. Army Dragster for DSR at the U.S. Nationals at Indianapolis and won the event.


2001 NHRA U.S. Army Dragster

Schumacher clocks fastest speed in NHRA history at 333.08 mph at Reading.


2002 NHRA U.S. Army Dragster

Schumacher wins at Indianapolis for second time in his career. Recorded top speed at six events.


2003 U.S. Army Racing Team

Army Racing adds NASCAR driver Jerry Nadeau and NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle pilots Antron Brown and Angelle Sampey to the team, joining Tony Schumacher in the NHRA Top Fuel Dragster. Schumacher wins four event titles, including the third of his career at Indy, and finished third in final standings after four consecutive No. 1 qualifying efforts. Brown and Sampey combine for four event titles. Nadeau injured in May NASCAR event at Richmond, Virginia, with several drivers – Jason Keller, Mike Wallace, Boris Said, Mike Skinner and Joe Nemechek – filling in the rest of the season.


2004 NASCAR U.S. Army Car

Schumacher earns Top Fuel world championship behind NHRA single-season record 10 victories, including his fourth U.S. Nationals title. Brown advanced to the final round in four of the final five races of the season after winning his second U.S. Nationals. Sampelle won four events in six final round appearances, giving her 35 career wins that is the most ever for a female driver in NHRA history and the second most in NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle history. Nemechek wins NASCAR Cup Series race at Kansas and back-to-back poles at Talladega and Kansas.


2005 NHRA Pro Stock Bike - Antron Brown

Schumacher earns second consecutive and third overall world title. Brown earns 14th career win at Englishtown on Father’s Day. Sampey wins two of three final-round appearances.


2006 NHRA Pro Stock Bike Race Team - Angelle Sampey

Schumacher earns third consecutive and fourth overall championship, in dramatic fashion by winning last race and setting national elapsed time record on the final pass of season. Broke his own single-season record for most No. 1 qualifying positions with 13. Joined Joe Amato as only NHRA Top Fuel drivers to win three straight championships. Brown won twice in five final-round appearances. Sampey sets national elapsed time record of 6.939 seconds at Reading and finished in the top-five in the standings for the 10th consecutive season, winning three of four final-round appearances.


2007 NASCAR U.S. Army Car

For the second season in a row, Schumacher clinched yet another world championship on his final pass of the year. His fifth title overall tied him for first all-time in Top Fuel with Joe Amato. Brown finished his last season of Pro Stock Motorcycles, and teammate Sampey set the national elapsed time record of 6.871 seconds at Englishtown.; Finished in the POWERade top five for the 11th consecutive season out of 12 years on tour; Won one of four final-round appearances. Finishes her career with Army Racing. NASCAR driving duties, meanwhile, now handled by Mark Martin and Regan Smith as part of merged Ginn Racing and Dale Earnhardt, Inc., organizations.


2008 NHRA U.S. Army Race Team Championship

Schumacher becomes first driver in NHRA history to win five consecutive Top Fuel titles, moves past Joe Amato to become the all-time Top Fuel leader with 56 event titles, single-season wins with 15, consecutive wins with seven, consecutive final rounds with 11, most final rounds with 18, and consecutive round wins with 31. In NASCAR, Mark Martin and Aric Almirola share driving duties in the No. 8 Dale Earnhardt, Inc., racecar.


2009 NHRA U.S. Army Dragster

Schumacher ups his consecutive championship total to six, became eighth driver in NHRA history to notch 500 round wins and first Top Fuel driver to win 60 events. In NASCAR, Ryan Newman becomes full-time U.S. Army driver in the No. 39 entry for Stewart-Haas Racing.


2010 NASCAR U.S. Army Car

Schumacher finishes second in the championship after winning six races. U.S. Army also becomes associate sponsor of the newest DSR Top Fuel team with driver Antron Brown. Newman finishes 15th in the NASCAR Cup Series championship with one win at Phoenix.


2011 NASCAR U.S. Army Race Team - Ryan Newman - New Hampshire Win

Schumacher finishes fifth in points while Brown wins six races during the season and finishes third overall in points. Newman win NASCAR race at New Hampshire and qualifies for the Cup Series playoffs.


Antron Brown

Schumacher finishes second in the standings behind Brown’s first championship-winning season behind six event titles. Brown becomes first African American to win a major racing championship. Newman scores one NASCAR win at Martinsville in April.


2013 ArmyTF

Schumacher wins three events in six final-round appearances on the season while Brown finishes second in the championship behind four event titles.


NHRA Drag Racing

Schumacher wins his record eighth Top Fuel world championship behind five event titles, including three during the six-event Countdown to the Championship plaoyffs. Brown scores a division-best six victories and finished seventh in the championship standings.


NHRA Drag Racing

Schumacher follows up on his eighth career championship season by finishing a solid second to Brown. Scored event titles at Phoenix, Epping and Chicago to lift his record-setting Top Fuel career total to 80. Brown’s championship was his second behind his career-high seven event titles and seven No. 1 qualifying positions.


Drag Racing

Schumacher ups his record of career event titles to 82 with his victories at Denver and, for the record 10th time in his career, at Indy. Schumacher also won the $1 million, winner-take-all TRAXXAS Shootout during U.S. Nationals weekend. Brown scored the Top Fuel championship for the second year in a row and for the third time in his career.


Drag Racing

Schumacher scores his 83rd career event title from the No. 1 qualifying position at the Gatornationals in Gainesville, Florida and added No. 1 qualifying efforts at, Atlanta, Topeka and Las Vegas to up his record career total in that category to 84. Brown posts four event titles in 10 final-round appearances and adds a pair of No. 1 qualifying efforts.


2018 Army Racing Group

DSR Top Fuel driver Leah Pritchett joins Schumacher and Brown as the third member of the U.S. Army Racing lineup.


U.S. Army Racing History