Written by Derek Putnam Photography by the author and courtesy of Holley Although manufacturers haven’t employed carburetors on production vehicles for over a quarter of a century, the simplicity and ease of tuning keeps carburetors popular amongst street and race enthusiasts. Electronic fuel injection presents a number of barriers for enthusiasts interested
Written by: Derek Putnam Photography by: Wayne Stewart/KWS Images There’s no denying that COVID-19 restrictions have greatly affected the 2020 racing season, with even the most stable of events suffering postponements, relocations to a different venue, and even cancellations. The 352 Shootout, a race which normally takes advantage of Florida’s spring season
Written by Derek Putnam Photography by Michael Fair, the Author, and the manufacturers It’s easy to get caught up in the amount of power readily available in today’s automotive world. You’d have limited choices three decades ago to find a vehicle sporting 300 horsepower or more in as-delivered condition, whereas today’s 2020
Written by Derek Putnam Photography courtesy of Michael Fair and the manufacturers References abound for the “golden age” on almost any subject. Racing and muscle cars are no exception. In the 1960s and early 1970s, an order form at your local dealership was like being handed the keys to the candy store.
Written by Derek Putnam Photography By The Author and Courtesy of the Manufacturer It’s natural to always want more, but sometimes too much of something isn’t a good thing. For example, using a camshaft or cylinder head that’s too big for your engine combination can result in lackluster performance and some serious