A Meticulous Mastermind: Car Chief Tim Davis

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

7-Seconds To Glory—A look at how Factory Super Cars have evolved into the monsters they are today

It’s incredible when you think about it. Factory produced cars with factory produced parts are knocking on the seven second barrier. Not just knocking, but kicking, clawing, and racing to be the first to do it. The situation is so hot that Holley stepped up to create the Holley EFI

Hot Rods in the Spotlight at Detroit Autorama

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.

Going Fast, Cadillac Style—Shawn Gilbert’s Twin Turbo 8-second Coupe DeVille

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

Corn-Bred, Corn-Fed—Larry Thomas’s “Maized” Terminator

Street cars come in countless forms, from amped-up daily drivers to tamed-down racecars. Regardless of the build, though, the intention is always the same—to have something capable of cutting killer times at the track, then driving home to take the family out for a spin. For Larry Thomas, his 2004

Spotlight on Rodney Massengale – Driver, Crew Chief & RPM Transmissions Mastermind

While Rodney Massengale had been racing and racking up wins in Chevrolet Performance Challenge Series’ Proform Rumble and Holley EFI Real Street in a 2007 Corvette Z06 and a 2001 Corvette Z06, he decided to focus solely on his son and his business in 2015. It was without a doubt worthwhile

The Devil’s Reject is Reborn—A GT500’s journey from heavy-handed beast to battle-ready hellion

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