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.
Written by Ainsley Jacobs Photography by Kevin DiOssi Drag racing is inherently punk rock. There’s something rebellious about strapping oneself to a machine making several thousand horsepower and flying down a strip of concrete with the only concern being how quick the car can go. Nothing matters except beating the guy in the
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
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. Originally
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