Written by Ainsley Jacobs Photography by Kevin DiOssi In life, change can be full of questions and confusion. In racing, though, the word “change” is generally synonymous with going faster. That’s exactly the kind of change Tony Hobson was looking for when he pulled the trigger on a new-to-him Fox-Body Mustang. Growing up
By Mary Lendzion While Dom DiDonato was a fierce competitor in NMRA Edelbrock Renegade, he decided to turn his focus to VP Racing Madditives Street Outlaw last year. It was a worthwhile—and wicked—move, as he wheeled to a second-place finish in points despite being a newcomer in the incredibly competitive category, and
Sometimes, change is necessary in order to move forward. When Missouri-based racer Tony Hobson realized his old car just wasn’t cutting it anymore, he decided to get rolling with something new – Manny Buginga’s famed Fox body. Hobson, who has campaigned his AEM-backed ’14 Ford Mustang out of the JPC Racing
Written By Steve Baur Photography by Kevin DiOssi Despite having parents that weren’t interested in cars for anything more than basic transportation, Bruce Maichle’s parents had good taste in them, with Dad driving a ’68 GTO, and Mom wheeling a ’70 Dodge Dart. “I’ve always liked cars and by the time I was
Tank racing is only cool if you’re racing actual tanks. For 2018 NMRA Steeda Limited Street champion Michael Ciborowski, he knew he needed something lighter if he wanted to go faster—so he made it happen and commissioned a near-clone of his current car. Running—and winning—in the inaugural NMRA Limited Street season
Written By Jason Reiss Photography Courtesy Of The Manufacturers We’ve all heard the old saying, automatic transmissions win races, and perhaps that’s never been more true than it is today. But how much better would that automatic transmission be if it could act like it had a pair of torque converters inside?
Photos Courtesy of JPC Racing and Fastest Street Car The lethargic days of the AOD transmission are long behind us as Ford revamped the automatic-equipped Mustang landscape in 2005 and it has never looked back. The drag racing and street/strip markets have gravitated to the 6R80 six-speed auto that debuted in
By Ainsley Jacobs Photography by Kevin DiOssi Triangle Speed Shop’s Daniel Pachar can wheel practically anything, so when Sal Trejo gave him free rein to build a Mustang for NMRA’s ProCharger Coyote Modified class, Pachar met the challenge head on. Pachar, 36, has spent his entire life around cars, thanks to his father’s influence. Eventually, he found himself