David Mormann’s Unconventional NMRA Ford Muscle Win… in his Diesel Tow Vehicle!

A win is always exciting, but it’s even better when it’s an unexpected one and especially when it’s in an unconventional vehicle. After ten years of trying to beat his good friend and fellow racer, Danny Towe, with his ’70 Mustang Mach I, NMRA Ford Muscle racer David Mormann finally

Northern Aggression—Tim Dutton’s Plans to Strike with New Pro 275/Outlaw 10.5 Corvette

With more than two decades of drag racing experience to his name, New Hampshire native Tim Dutton is jumping into the deep end and just kicked off an all-new, comprehensive build aimed at taking down the competition in Pro 275, Outlaw 10.5, and even Radial vs the World. Most recently, Dutton

J.R. Gray vs the World — New RVW Camaro “Head Shot” is On A Mission to Win

In small tire racing, building a new Radial vs the World car and having names like “Stevie Fast” Jackson, Killin’ Time Racing, David Reese, and Pat Musi associated with it pretty much guarantees instantaneous celebrity status. For J.R. Gray, a veteran grudge racer who has already earned plenty of respect

Back in the Show — Steve Halprin’s Mustang honors a long legacy of racing

Written by Ainsley Jacobs Photography by Kevin DiOssi Few names in the Ford crowd are revered as much as Don Walsh Jr. and the late Steve Grebeck. Steve Halprin, however, has had the distinct honor of having spent much of his life with both men, and learned the ropes of racing from

Where It All Started—Sonnax

From its humble yet enterprising beginning, Sonnax has gone from a small startup to a global leader in the cutting-edge design, manufacturing, and distribution of automatic transmission, torque converter, and driveline components for commercial vehicles, private sector, performance, and beyond. After spending three decades working in transmission shops and auto parts

Woody’s Weapon—Mark Woodruff stocks up on performance so his 1969 Camaro is ready for action

Written by Ainsley Jacobs Photography by Kevin DiOssi An ever-present name in the radial-tire racing world, Mark Woodruff has the reputation of being one of the best—both on track and in the pits. Carrying a rightfully deserved standing, “Woody,” as he’s commonly known, has worked through major ups and downs over the

Matt Harget’s New Mod Muscle for Factory Stock ’79 Mercury Capri

It’s practically impossible for a racer not to turn wrenches. So, when his own ride didn’t need much, NMRA G-Force Racing Transmissions Coyote Stock current points leader Frank Paultanis instead turned his focus to his friend, Matt Harget, and his ’79 Mercury Capri instead. Early last season, Paultanis swapped his SN95

Bait & Switch—Eric Bardekoff’s Coyote-Powered Barracuda Parts Bin Build

When Eric Bardekoff, proprietor of EB Custom Works and NMRA Edelbrock Renegade competitor, got his 1968 Plymouth Barracuda back in his freshman year of high school, he had lofty dreams of building a cool street cruiser and taking it on epic road trips. Now, a decade later, he’s finally moving

True Street Star Jeff Knox to Convert Notorious Nitrous Nova to Supercharger Setup

Jeff Knox’s True Street-dominating, ’72 Chevy Nova certainly ain’t broke, but he’s decided to “fix it” by replacing his tried and true carbureted nitrous system with a ProCharger supercharger and fuel injection. The Tennessee resident actually purchased his Nova back in 1990 when he was still in high school. Since then,

Where It All Started—Eaton

With a rich history and diverse portfolio of products, Eaton Corporation is a powerhouse in the power manufacturing industry, especially when it comes to racing. Although the company now is a global entity on a massive scale, it began back in 1911 when founder Joseph Eaton invested in a new