When longtime NMRA racer David Ginter had an incident at the NMRA All-Ford World Finals in Bowling Green, Kentucky, at the end of his 2020 Edelbrock Renegade season that resulted in fire and a hurt engine, he knew he would be sitting out for a while as he rebuilt his
Making the jump from the NMCA car show crowd back to his roots in racing, Ken Mushen is on a mission to do all the things in 2021–including race in NMCA Edelbrock Xtreme Street.
Back in the early ‘00s, Mushen ran in the OSCA with a nitrous-injected ’68 Camaro alongside his
It’s been a long time coming for small-tire big shot Stephen Barnett, but after racking up a huge list of accomplishments, the man from Royse City, Texas, is ready to tackle NMRA Edelbrock Renegade for his 2021 season.
Barnett began by bracket racing at a local track just a few miles
Decades before he began his most recent project car, Ohio resident Dave Fiscus bought a Buick Grand National… from his mother, while he was a teenager. That car was the start of a successful drag racing career for the man, and the inspiration for his new X275 big-boost Buick.
By Mary Lendzion
Photos by NMCA and courtesy of Steve Griswold
Steve Griswold had high hopes going into the 18th Annual NMCA World Street Finals presented by Chevrolet Performance and featuring the Chevrolet Performance Challenge Series last fall at Lucas Oil Raceway in Indiana.
He was definitely dialed in for the 8.50 index
When Joseph Young of Amarillo, Texas, set out to build the next level street car, he had plenty of experience with past projects to come up with a definitive plan that not only helped him achieve his goals, but also allowed him to complete the build at home in his
Written By Steve Baur
Photography by Kevin DiOssi
Despite having parents that weren’t interested in cars for anything more than basic transportation, Bruce Maichle’s parents had good taste in them, with Dad driving a ’68 GTO, and Mom wheeling a ’70 Dodge Dart.
“I’ve always liked cars and by the time I was
Written by Derek Putnam
Photography courtesy of the manufacturers
As the drag racing scene entered the 1960s and ’70s, muscle cars flooded the track and the streets in huge numbers. Most were lucky to find traction with the 7- to 8-inch-wide tires of the day, leading some to think the best way