Interview by Mary Lendzion
Photography by Kevin DiOssi and the FSC Staff
Growing up in Detroit, Michigan, Chuck Watson Sr. was well aware of the Big Three automakers, Ford, General Motors and Chrysler, and all of the hardware they had rolling off the assembly lines in the Motor City.
He was intrigued, interested
Fuel Systems Technology (FST Carburetors), a new carburetor company based in Walled Lake, Michigan, recently entered the market with a new line of carburetors designed to affordably meet the expectations of racers and street car enthusiasts.
The company will be offering both pressure forged and billet main bodies for both street
For someone who is frequently in the spotlight as an NFL Pro Bowler, Super Bowl winner, and one of the league’s best defensive tackles playing for the Philadelphia Eagles, Fletcher Cox plays a completely different position as the driving force behind Fletcher Cox Racing. And like his day job, Fletcher’s
When Jeff Frees wasn’t pumping gas at the service station he worked at as a teenager in the 1970s, he and his brother, Tim Frees, were climbing into the seat-less back of a cargo van to be taken to the track near their Ripon, Wisconsin, home to watch their friends
Twenty years ago, Russell Stone bought a Fox-body Mustang from Dwayne Barbaree, and a friendship was formed.
They would work on the car together, and Stone would street-race it while Barbaree street-raced another Fox-body Mustang, and when they lined up alongside each other for the first time, Stone, who had never
While driving his 1990 Mustang to and from high school near his family’s home in Milton, Pennsylvania, Adam Arndt would think about all of the modifications he wanted to make to it. Among them was an engine swap, so when he fried the four-banger that was in the car, he
Inspired by his love of going fast, and his passion for flying, Geoff Turk modeled his life around pursuing his interests. Always on the hunt for excitement, Turk garnered worldwide recognition when he officially became the first man to score a 7-second elapsed time in the NMCA Factory Super Cars
Having grown up on a farm in Illinois, Nick McGrath tinkered with tractors a time or two before turning his focus to cars.
His first one was a 1984 Buick Riviera that he drove to and from high school but wasn’t allowed to park in his parents’ garage, and his second one
Nearly completing a cross-country trip from the east coast to the west coast, our last installment ended with Randy Seward and his 8-second Mustang stopped in Phoenix, Arizona to make a repair on a transmission leak. A six-pack of tracks and nearly 4000 miles already checked off his list, Seward
Scott Libersher is the kind of guy that knows what he likes and isn’t afraid to show it. Case in point, his collection of cool COPO Camaros currently numbers seven, yes, seven—one for each day of the week—and all of them see regular use on the track.
Hailing from Joliet, Illinois,