It was a busy season for the KBX Performance crew and two red rockets lead the group to a double championship in 2019. Five-time champion Joel Greathouse drove his turbocharged 1993 Mustang LX to the Ultra Street championship while Charles Hull locked up his first national title in X275 with
Written by Ainsley Jacobs NMCA Edelbrock Xtreme Street/Ultra Street competitor Ron Belcher and 2016 NMCA Holley EFI Real Street champion Camren Massengale, two heavy-hitting team RPM Transmissions racers, headed over to Muncie Dragway in Indiana on Thursday, October 11, in preparation for Donald “Duck” Long’s upcoming No Mercy mega race at
Photography Courtesy of Trevor Flora at Fathouse Fabrications There’s no denying that the photos just released of Fathouse Fabrications’ Jam Maker Mustang will get some attention. The turbo placement on this 2011 Mustang GT isn’t something normally seen in the domestic market. “It came from Jeremy’s head,” said Fathouse Fabrications’ Ben Stoner.
By Stephanie Davies Photos Courtesy of Motion Raceworks The Blue Mule, previously introduced within the pages of Fastest Street Car, is the brainchild of Doug and Andy Cook at Motion Raceworks in Davenport, Iowa. If you’re having trouble recalling this monster of a build, allow us to refresh your memory. This street-legal,
Written by Steve Baur Photography by Kevin DiOssi As the Internet goes, there are all sorts of records that people claim for this and that, but the hardest ones to earn carry the fewest notations about the record. In the case of Yandro Ulloa’s Minion Mustang, it’s simply the quickest H-pattern, stick-shift
NOTE: Photography captured during NMRA Spring Break Shootout It has been a red-hot month for Florida’s Yandro Ulloa and his Levin Motorsports 1998 Mustang Cobra and he can add the Stick-Shift Elite class win at the Texas 2K19 at Houston Raceway Park, Powered by Penzoil, to his list of victories. It all
Photo Courtesy of Jared Cocanougher Last week the world watched as Jared Cocanougher stepped up the all-time quickest stick-shift GM record. That might sound like a micro-record but when you are dealing with low 8-second cars, it is a big deal and super-impressive. Cocanougher unleashed a stellar 8.15 at 172 mph
When Steven Fereday and his team at Late Model Racecraft (LMR) decide to do something, they go ALL IN. On August 1st, Fereday headed over to Evandale Raceway in Evandale, Texas, with a customer car and absolutely decimated the LT1-powered C7 Corvette elapsed time world record. “Compared to some of our