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
Written By Steve Baur
Photography by the FSC Staff
There are many reasons why we get behind the wheel of a race car. Some of us are born into the lifestyle and enter competition from the time we can turn a wheel. Some simply jump into the practice to satiate their need
Last month we watched Daniel Pharris dust off his formidable 2017 Mustang Shelby GT350 Pro Modified and drop into the 3.60s with a best of 3.67 at 215 mph. He qualified near the top of the field during the US Street Nationals, before it was rained out.
A few weeks
Daniel Pharris spent the winter polishing his Limited Drag Radial Lexus and working on his stunning 2017 Mustang Shelby GT350, a Pro Modified door-slammer. The goal in 2019 is to get back to big tire racing as Pharris takes aim at the NMCA VP Racing Fuels Xtreme Pro Mod category
Justin Cyrnek has a history of swapping ‘Stangs. In late 2017, he sold his green, Larry Jeffers Racecars-built, turbocharged 2013 Mustang GT to Brad Medlock so that he could finance another ’13 GT replacement build. Now, he has yet another Mustang in his stable – a wicked orange X275 beast.
When you’re the co-owner of a race track, it makes sense that you need something pretty unique to race. Randy Merick, who runs Jeffers Motorsports Park in conjunction with Larry Jeffers, and who also owns Twin Lakes Hunting Ranch and Merick Farms, recently commissioned his business partner and noted chassis
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
“The ‘Pig has gone wild and it is hungry,” Carl Stevens of Xtreme Racing Engines vivaciously shared as he described Clint Satterfield’s latest Pro Modified creation. The longtime E3 Spark Plugs NHRA Pro Modified racer parted ways with his familiar 1968 Pontiac Firebird body and has joined the Chevy camp
It’s no secret that “Big Daddy” DeWayne Mills is one of the most revered and respected radial tire racers on the planet. While many have watched the man win practically everything, and wished they could be like him, now, thanks to Larry Jeffers Race Cars, that’s a slightly more obtainable