Jackson and Birt Run Side-by-Side 3.50s in Radial vs. The World during Shakedown Nationals at Virginia Motorsports Park

The Shakedown Nationals returned to the east coast this past weekend as Virginia Motorsports Park became its new home and the racers kicked it off in grand style. The event was jam packed with record runs as Radial vs. The World and Pro Nitrous records got crushed and the crowd

The Little Small-Block That Can—Marty Stinnett’s Mustang Continues To Do More With Less

In a world of 500-plus cubic-inch Hemi and Chevy-based engines stuffed in Pro Modifieds, Marty Stinnett’s Mustang is an anomaly with its stock Mustang body and small-block powerplant, yet it runs side-by-side with anything out there. As the Internet goes, Stinnett has been known for having the quickest small-block-powered door

Cash Days—Rivenbark Pockets $101,000 with Radial vs. The World win and Bruder Brothers nab X275 victory at Sweet 16 2.0

It was the richest purse in outlaw drag racing history as Kevin Rivenbark walked away with $101,000—in cash—and the claim to the first to 3.50s on drag radials. The GALOT Motorsports driver accomplished the task in dominating fashion, first dipping into the 3.50s with a 3.582 during Friday night qualifying.

Fabulous Fastback: Josh Klugger’s Killer New ’67 Mustang GT500 Radial Ride | Presented by Nitto Tire

Written by Ainsley Jacobs Photography courtesy Josh Klugger Radial record-setter Josh Klugger has been quiet lately, but he’s ready to make all sorts of noise as his new project nears completion. A mainstay on the small tire circuit, including NMCA Mickey Thompson Radial Wars competition, Klugger has set plenty of records and isn’t

Red’s Replacement: Nick Agostino’s Wicked New Camaro

Written by Ainsley Jacobs Photography by the FSC Staff It’s been over a year since Nick Agostino rolled and wrecked his small-block-powered, ’00 Camaro in dramatic fashion during a grudge match at the 2017 YellowBullet Nationals, and now, the Canadian-based racer is putting the final touches on his red ride’s replacement. Agostino, who