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 Hagan (Funny Car), Greg Anderson (Pro Stock) and Jerry Savoie

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' Mustang GT350 Pro Mod (pictured above) had the unfortunate luck

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 there will be no lack of hard and fast radial-tire

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 noise at the FL2K race when his stick-shifted F-body Camaro

PROFORM LS HARMONIC BALANCER INSTALLER/REMOVAL TOOL

  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, this kit prevents damage to an aftermarket balancer during installation

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 propelled Mustangs into performance realms unknown, and the whirring noise