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.
On the jig table at Lutz Race Cars in Callery, Pennsylvania, the legendary heads-up-racer-turned-no-prep-king himself, Mr. Jeff Lutz, is piecing together his latest project – he’s building a better Bandit. Lutz posted some pictures to his shop’s Facebook page on March 13, 2019, and fans went crazy trying to guess what
Written by John F. Katz Photography Courtesy of Chassis Engineering and the FSC Staff The cackling, record-blasting, fin-backed carbon-fiber phenomenon that is Pro Modified racing emerged some 27 years ago from the IHRA Top Sportsman class, and from the nitrous-snorting, mountain-motor outlaws it attracted. Pro Mod has since spawned its own brood