The Fast Files presented by Edelbrock—Kevin McMullin’s SN-95 rolled off the track and rode the wall in Bowling Green

Photography By Steve Turner and Rudy Rouweyha Fans of the NMRA G-Force Racing Transmissions Coyote Stock class know all too well how high the sealed-engine competitors fly round after round. The quickest machines do it in a controlled fashion, but when good air and tenacious track prep combine, a bumper-dragging wild

Donato Sierchio is crowned 2020 GForce Performance Engineering King of the Street

The 2020 GForce Performance Engineering King of the Street competition was intense and when the contestants came together at the NMRA World Finals and Holley Intergalactic Ford Festival at Beech Bend Raceway Park in Bowling Green, Kentucky, New Jersey's Donato Sierchio was the man to beat, with no other competitors

Buyer’s Remorse—Ken Quartuccio’s Pro Mod ’67 Ford Mustang

Written by Ainsley Jacobs Photography by the Author and Courtesy of Jamie Miller It’s always tough parting with a favorite anything. When Ken Quartuccio let go of his ’69 Camaro, he quickly quelled his buyer’s remorse with a big dose of retail therapy, and bought a new Pro Mod ’67 Ford Mustang

Where It All Started—Livernois Motorsports

With deep roots in the automotive industry, Livernois Motorsports came into existence when founder Dan Millen followed a different path than his family’s prior two generations. Now, Millen’s company specializes in late-model Ford, GM, and Chrysler performance parts, service, and tuning, and has become a name known around the world. In

Power Players—Chevrolet Performance delivers more muscular LS7 performance in LS427/570 crate engine

These engines are often direct derivatives of factory powerplant options that make more power when freed from the confines of factory emissions and NVH parameters. In the case of a fresh crate engine from the purveyors of the genre at Chevrolet Performance, it takes a legendary engine and pushes the

Tech Review—Pro Line Racing’s raised-cam Hemi sets the standard in big-dog racing classes

Written by Jason Reiss Photography courtesy of Pro Line Racing/Alan Johnson Performance Engineering In the world of high-stakes, no-holds-barred drag racing, one of the most successful over the last 15 years is Pro Line Racing in Ball Ground, Georgia. The company found record-setting success through the partnership of tuner Steve Petty and

Shop Tour—Vengeance Racing Builds the Baddest GMs in the Nation

Written by Ainsley Jacobs Photos by Ainsley Jacobs Vengeance Racing (VR) has long been associated with building some of the quickest and fastest GM-based street cars, and we recently had the opportunity to take a tour of the shop, which offers late-model vehicle performance parts, performs installations, and provides tuning for GM

System 1 Debuts New 10-Micron Fuel Filter

System 1 has added a compact, high-flow 10-micron fuel filter to its arsenal of premium quality fuel and oil filtration products. Engineered for use with high-output competition fuel systems, it's capable of maintaining a 40 GPM flow rate and suited for use in highly-boosted EFI applications. The compact housing, which is

NMRA/NMCA Racers Run at DXP Sweet 16, DiDonato Runners Up in X275

Photos by Ainsley Jacobs Donald “Duck” Long’s races are notorious for featuring some of the toughest radial competition on the planet, with the quickest and fastest small tire cars battling it out for the ultimate in bragging rights and massive cash prizes. For the third iteration of the elite Sweet 16

Kyle Salminen is Forging His Own Path in NMCA ARP Nitrous Pro Street

Interview by Mary Lendzion Photos by Lendzion and Fastest Street Car Staff Kyle Salminen was six years old when he started going to the track with his family to watch his father, Matt Salminen, race. He enjoyed everything about it, from the sound of the engines to the scent of the exhaust, and