Written by Courtney Enders-Lambert Photography by Manufacturers and FSC Archives Like it, love it, or hate it, Pro Modified is one of the most intriguing classes that modern drag racing has to offer. If you’re nodding in agreement, then you get the reason why the Pro Mod racers and fans are hooked.
A major ‘dent’ turned this mild-mannered Pro Mod into a striking super villain Written By Steve Baur Photography By Kevin DiOssi Race cars have a way of making an impression on those that watch them run. Sometimes it’s the vehicle’s on-track performance. Sometimes it’s the way it sounds. Sometimes, it’s the way it
If you haven’t been living under a rock you’ve heard about the Sweet 16 2.0 race at South Georgia Motorsports Park where the record books were utterly crushed in the two categories and in several niche segments. The track and weather conditions were coupled with motivation to chase after $101,000-to-win
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
Written by John F. Katz Photography Courtesy of Chassis Engineering and the FSC Staff The cackling, record-blasting, fin-backed carbon-fiber phenomenon that is Pro Modified racing emerged some 27 years ago from the IHRA Top Sportsman class, and from the nitrous-snorting, mountain-motor outlaws it attracted. Pro Mod has since spawned its own brood
Photo Courtesy of NHRA/National Dragster Todd Tutterow has excelled at every level of door-slammers from the local outlaw series to the highest ranks of NHRA Pro Modified and he's done it with all sorts of combinations including Twin-screw blown, nitrous, turbocharged, and Roots supercharged. This year's NHRA E3 Spark Plug Pro