Written by Ainsley Jacobs
Photography by Kevin DiOssi
From her first car, a nondescript Dodge Shadow, to her current race-ready NMRA Edelbrock Renegade 2010 Ford Mustang, Becki Cram never shied away from chasing her dreams or pursuing her happiness.
Growing up, Becki was like many others who ultimately found their way to the
At first glance, Kirt Sanders’s pit may seem like a rough, ragged, and aggressive area, but appearances can be deceiving as the owner/driver of the red ’93 Ford Mustang known as “Tina” is actually an extremely easygoing, friendly man on a mission to show the world that it’s possible to
Making the jump from the NMCA car show crowd back to his roots in racing, Ken Mushen is on a mission to do all the things in 2021–including race in NMCA Edelbrock Xtreme Street.
Back in the early ‘00s, Mushen ran in the OSCA with a nitrous-injected ’68 Camaro alongside his
After a stint in NMRA Pure Street with his ’88 Mustang in the early ‘00s and having run in NMRA Exedy Racing Clutch Modular Muscle for nearly a decade with his ’99 Mustang on a part-time basis, driver Adam Cox is ready to step up to a full-time schedule for
Back in the ‘80s a professional relationship in motorsports between Mark Bush and Jim Scales ultimately wound up as a collaborative entrepreneurial effort that spawned the suspension and performance parts company known today as AFCO. Living in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area, Bush was busy running several oval track-focused speed shops,
By Steve Turner
Photography courtesy of Specialty Equipment Market Association
Each year the entire automotive aftermarket makes a pilgrimage to Las Vegas, Nevada, for the Specialty Equipment Market Association trade show. Known as the SEMA Show, this even fills the Las Vegas Convention Center and its surrounding parking lots with vehicles and
Jason Davis and the crew from Blow-By Racing made waves in the NMRA's JDM Engineering Limited Street class while racing at the season opener in Florida earlier this year with the team posting the quickest pass in class history, but it ran into unanticipated trouble at the next outing in
By Mary Lendzion
Photos by NMCA and courtesy of Jeremy Lyons
Confident and content racing his Malibu in bracket categories near his home in Bradenburg, Kentucky, Jeremy Lyons had no idea that change was coming.
He had been helping friends Andy Warren, who competes in NMCA Detroit TrueTrac Nostalgia Muscle Car, and his
The Performance Racing Industry Show held in Indianapolis, Indiana, at the conclusion of each year follows the big car show that is the SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Where the SEMA Show covers the entire automotive aftermarket, from tools to trucks to speed parts, the PRI Show is hard core
The closer you get to the finish line, the more exciting things get and such is the case for multi-time NMRA champion Frank Varela of Albuquerque, New Mexico, as he draws closer to completion on his new NMRA/NMCA VP Racing Fuels/Mickey Thompson Street Outlaw entry.
Varela, who has been a staple