A Spellbinding Return to Racing at the Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center NMRA/NMCA All-Star Nationals

By Mary Lendzion While the Coronavirus pandemic pushed pause on the 2020 NMCA and NMRA season, drivers in both series pushed play at the 12th Annual Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center NMRA/NMCA All-Star Nationals, June 25-28 at Atlanta Dragway. If they were rusty from the recess, they didn’t show it, as they put down

NMCA Dart NA 10.5 Presented by Diamond Pistons Driver David Theisen On Right Path After Tracking Down Trouble

By Mary Lendzion Resolved and resolute in his approach to racing, David Theisen does whatever it takes to have a competitive car and combination in NMCA Dart NA 10.5 presented by Diamond Pistons. As a result, he has wheeled to wins and captured a championship in the category in his 1969 Firebird

Griswold Gunning for Second Consecutive LME Street King Win in Corvette Rebuilt After Wreck

By Mary Lendzion Photos by NMCA and courtesy of Steve Griswold Steve Griswold had high hopes going into the 18th Annual NMCA World Street Finals presented by Chevrolet Performance and featuring the Chevrolet Performance Challenge Series last fall at Lucas Oil Raceway in Indiana. He was definitely dialed in for the 8.50 index

Show & Go—On the hunt for horsepower at the aftermarket’s showcase event of the year — the SEMA Show

For those on the NMRA and NMCA team, the year is really broken up into two seasons — race season and trade-show season. The kick-off to that second season is the biggest automotive aftermarket trade show in the nation — the Specialty Equipment Market Association show. Know simply as the

A Life In The Fast Lane—Taking a look at Xtreme Pro Mod Racer Dave Roemer and his 1968 Camaro

Written By Steve Baur Photography by Kevin DiOssi and Dr. Rudy Rouweyha Ohio has always been a hotbed for drag racing with dozens of drag strips located in the Buckeye state for many years. While some have gone away, others such as National Trail Raceway, Dragway 42, and, of course, Summit Motorsports

Solid Foundation—A performance partnership yields robust Coyote short-blocks with secret-sauce sleeves

Today’s engines don’t need much help making power. Feed them with boost and fuel and they will flourish. That is definitely true of the Ford Coyote engines, as well as their RoadRunner and Voodoo cousins. Because of their high-winding nature and free-flowing, four-valve cylinder heads, they really take to power

Raising the Bar—This Edelbrock/Musi Signature Series engine isn’t your daddy’s old 632

Written by Mike Carpenter Photography by the Author When Bill Kuhlmann broke the 200-mph barrier in 1987 with a 615-cubic-inch engine combination, that history making run changed the industry forever. Nitrous began to earn wide acceptance and monster-displacement engines became the norm. While breaking that mark remained a part of history, the 615