Written by Ainsley Jacobs Photography Courtesy of Evolution Performance and Chris Simmons Photography Although Fred Cook and the team at Evolution Performance have held the record for the quickest quarter-mile pass with a Ford dual-clutch transmission for nearly two years, the guys have been continuously pushing the limits and lowering their 2020
Established over forty years ago by Farid Farkouh, Farks Supercars has evolved over the years into a class-leading chassis builder, but its mission has always stayed the same since day one: providing badass racecar fabrication services while helping customers build the cars of their dreams with unparalleled customer service. Opened in
By Mary Lendzion Bill Trovato has been competitive in NMCA Edelbrock Xtreme Street competition with the same engine for the past ten years. The 440 cubic-inch LS bullet that he built at his shop, BTR Performance in Rochester New York, consists of a cast aluminum Dart block, Chevrolet Performance LSX-LS7 heads, a
Written by Steve Turner Photography courtesy of Daren Poole-Adams If you caught our first installment on Daren-Poole Adams’ latest undertaking, you know that no one was more excited about Chevrolet Performance’s Camaro SS Drag Race Development Program than the longtime racer. Having raced in Stock Eliminator for decades, set records in major
Photography by Chris Simmons Now in its 11th running, the Duck X Productions Lights Out event held at South Georgia Motorsports Park was shortened due to weather concerns, but the action on track was jam-packed. Stevie "Fast" Jackson continues to dominate the Radial vs. the World field as he brought home his
By Michael Galimi Photos Courtesy of Rich Groh Racing and NMRA As self-proclaimed, knuckle-dragging hot-rodders we prescribe to the usual theories when it comes to all things drag racing, like if a little is good then more is always better. It is that sort of thinking that has taken Project Pure Evil,
Written by Derek Putnam Photography courtesy of Michael Fair and the manufacturers References abound for the “golden age” on almost any subject. Racing and muscle cars are no exception. In the 1960s and early 1970s, an order form at your local dealership was like being handed the keys to the candy store.
By Ainsley Jacobs Photos by Kevin DiOssi After starting with the NMRA in the early 2000s, but having to temporarily put his program on hold to focus on his family, Michael Ciborowski has come back in a big way by claiming the inaugural NMRA Limited Street championship in 2018. Growing up in Illinois,