Behind every successful racer is a successful team that works tirelessly to ensure that no details are overlooked and everything is in its place. And, behind every successful team is a strong leader—a crew chief whose heroics often go overlooked, but are ultimately essential to glory. Tim Davis, 38, perhaps best
While the 24th Annual Nitto NMRA Spring Break Shootout was in full-swing at Bradenton Motorsports Park in Florida, the Motor City was playing host to hundreds of hotrods that rolled in for the 66th Annual Meguiar’s Detroit Autorama presented by O’Reilly’s Auto Parts, March 2-4 at Cobo Center in downtown Detroit.
Shawn Gilbert’s Naples Yellow 1977 Cadillac Coupe DeVille is a fine specimen of Detroit opulence right down to the hood ornament, badges, power windows, and retractable antenna. Other than the chute and drag radials, it would be easy for someone to mistake this 4,000-pound, 8-second, cruise missile for a cruising
Nestled inside an unassuming looking building just a few minutes off I-75 in Ocala, Florida, is what is perhaps the world’s great collection of drag racing history and memorabilia. The Don Garlits Museum of Drag Racing houses a mind-boggling amount of heritage, and is an absolute must-see for any gearhead
They say the devil is in the details, and judging by Brian “Iceman” Devilbiss’s beautiful ’13 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500, the phrase could not be more appropriate. His car, hailed as “The Devil’s Reject” has undergone an incredible transformation and the rebirth of Devilbiss’s ride is sure to rain fire