Anderson Leads Pro Winners in Dallas; Hagen, B. Torrence, and Savioe Win

Text and Photos Courtesy of NHRA/National Dragster It was a Texas-sized celebration for Billy Torrence on Sunday at Texas Motorplex, as the Top Fuel Texan powered to the victory at his home track during the 34th annual AAA Texas NHRA FallNationals. Matt

Bill Skillman Soars to Holley EFI Factory Super Cars Championship

By Mary Lendzion After circling all six of this year’s NMCA events on his calendar, Bill Skillman set his sights on Holley EFI Factory Super Cars. He knew that the competition was going to be tough, but he was committed to being

No Mercy 10—Sunday Coverage Presented by Edelbrock

Racing is about to get underway here at South Georgia Motorsports Park as No Mercy 10 fires back up after a brief rain delay. Open Comp will be the first category to get out and heat up the track. Ronnie Hobbs'

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No Mercy 10 Saturday—Coverage Presented by Edelbrock

Even tropical storm Nestor was no match for No Mercy 10, as the racing continued into the night at South Georgia Motorsports Park. Saturday, however, is a matter of dealing with the leftover bands of rain from the storm as

No Mercy 10—Thursday/Friday Coverage presented by Edelbrock

Marking its 10th year, No Mercy 10 kicked off in typical fashion with records being set in the cool fall weather. An expected weather front coming in on Friday night and Saturday has the staff pushing the schedule hard, but

Leonard Long Rows Gears to His Third FST Carburetors NA 10.5 Championship

By Mary Lendzion With their high-winding engines and high wheelies, drivers in NMCA FST Carburetors NA 10.5 are well-known and wildly entertaining to fans. Among them is Leonard Long, who is as hardcore as they come. Long, who lives in Pennsylvania and owns

7.50s with TREMEC T-56—Tick Performance/Jonathan Adkins LT-powered Camaro

Written by Ainsley Jacobs Photo by Wayne Stewart Most people lament the loss of summer, but for racers, the cooler air means quicker runs and new world records. Jonathan Atkins, owner of the North Carolina-based Tick Performance shop, made a lot of


  PROFORM Parts has released a new tool kit (PN 66518) to help make life a little easier, and potentially less expensive with the LS Harmonic Balancer Installer and Removal Tool for LS Gen III-V Engines. Performing two jobs in one,

Talking Vortech Superchargers with Terry Reeves of Team Beefcake Racing

From the time when the Fox-body 5.0-liter Mustang phenomenon took off in the late 80s until today, Vortech Superchargers have been one of the most sought after bolt-ons for Mustang enthusiasts. Being able to bolt on 50-100 percent more horsepower

Jesse Wilson Pushes To Third Chevrolet Performance Stock Championship

By Mary Lendzion After driving to championships in NMCA Chevrolet Performance Stock presented by Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center and Chevrolet Performance Challenge Series Chevrolet Performance Stock in 2017 and 2018, Jesse Wilson was determined to do it again in 2019. In his father-in-law

Torrence Adds Wins with Hight, Hines, and Kramer at 2019 NHRA Charlotte 2

Text and Photos Courtesy of NHRA/National Dragster Steve Torrence took over the Top Fuel points lead in the Mello Yello Countdown to the Championship when he defeated Doug Kalitta at the 12th annual NTK NHRA Carolina Nationals at zMAX Dragway. Robert Hight

Wilwood Disc Brakes Announces New Compact Tandem Master Cylinder

Wilwood’s Compact Tandem Integral Reservoir master cylinders provide a high-style, high-performance solution for pressure actuation and fluid control on both manual and power boosted applications, especially when space is limited. The lightweight, high pressure die-cast aluminum body measures 6.55 inches

Stevie “Fast” Jackson Wins NHRA Championship and Adds Another Event Win

Stevie “Fast” Jackson doubled up today when he claimed the world championship in the E3 Spark Plugs NHRA Pro Mod Drag Racing Series presented by J&A Service and the event win at zMAX Dragway Monday during the NTK NHRA Carolina

Raising the Bar—This Edelbrock/Musi Signature Series engine isn’t your daddy’s old 632

Written by Mike Carpenter Photography by the Author When Bill Kuhlmann broke the 200-mph barrier in 1987 with a 615-cubic-inch engine combination, that history making run changed the industry forever. Nitrous began to earn wide acceptance and monster-displacement engines became the norm. While