Turbo technology moves at a quick pace and one doesn’t have to look any further than the heads-up drag racing ranks for proof. In the early days a Turbonetics T-100 turbocharger was the baddest of bad, helping Pro 5.0 cars go 7.60s in the late 1990s. Just 20 years later
Florida’s Bradenton Motorsports Park was bustling the opening weekends of March, first with the Nitto Tire NMRA Spring Break Shootout, which was then followed immediately by the NMCA Muscle Car Mayhem event. Both events featured the Street Outlaw category, sponsored by VP Racing Fuels on the NMRA side and Mickey Thompson
Nearly a month ago the NMCA Muscle Car Nationals had a successful launch with the Muscle Car Mayhem event at Bradenton Motorsports Park. Nineteen VP Racing Fuels Xtreme Pro Mod cars came to battle on the famous Florida-based drag strip as they chase for a championship and the right to
With PTP Racing handing the tuning of the Haltech Elite 2500 and Pro Stock badass Larry Morgan handled the driving chores of the Coast Packing 1969 Camaro, the team just rocked the Pro Mod world with a 3.67 at 200 mph run during testing at Bradenton Motorsports Park.
There are many reasons why Jeff Rudolf has been in the spotlight ever since he joined NMCA ARP Nitrous Pro Street three years ago.
He has blown the hood off of his nitrous-powered Nova, been buoyant in the face of breakage and blasted to the Aerospace Components Winner’s Circle, and as
Other than the start of racing itself, of course, one of the most exciting things about flipping the calendar to a new year is seeing all the off-season builds come out from under their veils of secrecy. Illinois-based racer and MX235 hot shot, Justin Cyrnek, stole the social media show
Marty Robertson has come full circle as his 1968 Plymouth Barracuda radial tire monster known as “Bad Fish” is currently in the process of returning to its roots by way of a new ProCharger blower.
Robertson’s Evolution Custom Auto and Race Development-built ride featured ProCharger power back in 2015 when it
When it comes to street cars, it seems as if life begins at 1,000rwhp. So when we saw the 1,389 rwhp combination that belongs to Graycen Mashburn of Oklahoma City, we knew we had to learn more about it. Mashburn made the haul down to Haltech USA in Lexington, Kentucky
True Street, whether it is with the NMCA or NMRA, relies heavily on a driver’s prowess behind the wheel to be able to put the power down on what is often the slickest surface of the weekend. Street tires and stick shifts take their toll on the track during the