Photo Courtesy of Daniel Pharris Motorsports Don’t say you weren’t warned—Dewayne Mills and Daniel Pharris gave everyone plenty of warning when they announced their combined efforts to field a 1968 Camaro in No Prep racing across the Southeast and Midwest areas. In just the car’s second event, Mills cruised into the
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.
By Ainsley Jacobs Photo by BME Photography When Earl Wells started his GALOT Motorsports team in 2003, he had a dream of operating at the highest level of whatever he focused his attention on. Now, more than fifteen years later, he certainly has achieved that goal – and then some. While racing at the 2019 US
Today there are dozens of opportunities for LSX-powered vehicles to compete from auto-cross events to drag racing. For many shops they look at motorsport competitions to help promote their capabilities and push the limits of the parts they sell. For LSXperts of Ball Ground, GA, the shop has dabbled in a lot of arenas
Written by Ainsley Jacobs Photography courtesy Josh Klugger Radial record-setter Josh Klugger has been quiet lately, but he’s ready to make all sorts of noise as his new project nears completion. A mainstay on the small tire circuit, including NMCA Mickey Thompson Radial Wars competition, Klugger has set plenty of records and isn’t
Although he first started out drag racing, Ken Quartuccio Jr. eventually took a detour for a little road racing competition before coming full circle and getting back to his straight-line roots. After campaigning his Outlaw 632 nitrous-huffing Camaro for a few seasons, he decided to go big with a brand-new
Artwork by RenderedRides Clays Motorsports, spearheaded by Russell Clay who many enthusiasts might know from his days at FuelTech USA, is planning one of the wildest ATS-V builds we have ever seen. The team has discarded the twin-turbocharged 3.6L V-6 in favor of something much more radical. On the drawing board
There’s no such thing as a “finished” project car, and Michael Bunton’s former street car has once again taken a step forward in its evolution towards a bigger, badder, faster version of itself. At first, the goal was to simply run 6.50-second eighth-mile elapsed times with his ’93 Mustang, which Bunton