Written by Ainsley Jacobs Photography by Kevin DiOssi In life, change can be full of questions and confusion. In racing, though, the word “change” is generally synonymous with going faster. That’s exactly the kind of change Tony Hobson was looking for when he pulled the trigger on a new-to-him Fox-Body Mustang. Growing up
By Mary Lendzion While it would have been completely understandable if it had taken Tony Hobson some time to become competitive in his new car, it didn’t. After selling his newer Mustang and purchasing an older Mustang from fellow NMRA VP Racing Madditives Street Outlaw driver Manny Buginga in January of this
Sometimes, change is necessary in order to move forward. When Missouri-based racer Tony Hobson realized his old car just wasn’t cutting it anymore, he decided to get rolling with something new – Manny Buginga’s famed Fox body. Hobson, who has campaigned his AEM-backed ’14 Ford Mustang out of the JPC Racing
It was the richest purse in outlaw drag racing history as Kevin Rivenbark walked away with $101,000—in cash—and the claim to the first to 3.50s on drag radials. The GALOT Motorsports driver accomplished the task in dominating fashion, first dipping into the 3.50s with a 3.582 during Friday night qualifying.
For someone who is frequently in the spotlight as an NFL Pro Bowler, Super Bowl winner, and one of the league’s best defensive tackles playing for the Philadelphia Eagles, Fletcher Cox plays a completely different position as the driving force behind Fletcher Cox Racing. And like his day job, Fletcher’s