Nitrous Nova—Huntsville’s hometown hero Steve Cagle blasts down the track with the NMCA

Written by Ainsley Jacobs Photography by Kevin DiOssi Certain small towns just seem to breed drag racing enthusiasts. Huntsville, Alabama, is certainly one of those towns. Growing up there, it was inevitable that Steve Cagle, now 70, would one day wind up behind the wheel with his foot to the floor. Although he

Bound For Glory—Tin Soldiers Racecars’ Jason Terrell to Field Mike Farmer’s Camaro in NMCA Edelbrock Xtreme Street

Written by Ainsley Jacobs Photography by Caleb Painter/BMJxProductions A leader in turn-key builds, Tin Soldiers Racecars (TSR) of Covington, Kentucky, is known for producing wicked heads-up, small-tire racecars. Co-owners Jason Terrell and Brad Schnieders also are revered for their impressive program on the track, and Terrell will be taking the reins for

1,500 Horsepower for $4,500—Jason Terrell and Brad Schnieders’ Project 235 Shows how to go competitive heads-up racing without breaking the bank

In the world of heads-up drag racing, it’s not uncommon to see those with the most bucks make it big. Having good funding can provide for better parts, more testing, professional assistance, and more, but as Jason Terrell and Brad Schnieders of Tin Soldier Race Cars have shown, it’s completely

Stock Block Bully—Jon Capizzi Claims LS Stock Bottom End Record with a 4.506 pass at 155.70 mph run

  Photography Courtesy of Holley Performance Products When he’s not turning wrenches at the family business, Capizzi Automotive, Holland, Michigan’s Jon Capizzi has a bit of fun of his own in his Fox-Body Mustang. During the Turkey Bash 2K19 event at Ohio Valley Dragway in Kentucky, Capizzi was testing for the race and

The Friends and Family Plan—Sharing time and resources keeps this Edelbrock Xtreme Street dark horse on track and in the Winner’s Circle

Written By Steve Baur Photography by Kevin DiOssi For Shepherdsville, Kentucky’s Tim Knieriem, cars and the engines that power them have been a large part of his life. He grew up in the family’s engine–building business and has been racing with family and friends on track for over 20 years. “My grandpa started