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
Written by Jesse Kiser Photography by the author It’s 2020 where twin-turbo junkyard LS engines are commonplace, a 275 is a small tire, and street-driven cars run sevens. An oft-overlooked element in the crowded staging lanes of 1,000-horsepower cars is the transmission. Automatics might win races, but six-speeds are just more fun.
Interview by Mary Lendzion Photos by Fastest Street Car Staff When Leonard Long was a senior at Hershey High School in Pennsylvania in the 1960s, he was planning to be a mechanic upon graduation. But with some encouragement from his father, he chose to go to vocational school instead, and the skills he
When it’s time to get back into racing after a hiatus, it’s always a good idea to consult an expert. And, when that expert is Brandon Alsept, winner of two NMRA Pure Street championships, one NMCA Mean Street championship, and crew chief/tuner for Matt Amrine’s four NMRA Factory Stock championships,
Canadian racer Chad Stephens is known for his ’87 Ford Thunderbird’s high-flyin’ wild wheelie action, but now the NMRA G-Force Racing Transmissions Coyote Stock standout can also be known for putting down the first 9-second quarter-mile pass with a Gen III Coyote engine. It’s been a season of ups and downs
Written by Ainsley Jacobs Although the 12th Annual Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center NMRA/NMCA All-Star Nationals at Atlanta Dragway in Commerce, Georgia, was originally scheduled to be run in April, the repercussions from the Covid-19 pandemic forced a date change to June 26-28, 2020. It was definitely worth the wait, though, as the