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
Video by TheRacingVids via YouTube The first weekend of October proved to be one for the history books with records trampled as the crisp weather took hold of the Mid-Atlantic region. Summer turned off nearly overnight and by the weekend record runs at Cecil County Dragway and Maryland International Raceway flooded
In today's street-legal drag racing world it seems as if the LS and small-block Ford dominate the small tire ranks, such as NMCA/NMRA Street Outlaw and X275 and Xtreme Street/Renegade/Ultra Street. So when we spot a powerplant that isn't either of those platforms, we tend to get excited. Current NMCA
The 11th annual Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center NMRA/NMCA All-Star Nationals, presented by MAHLE Motorsport, at Atlanta Dragway provided a unique opportunity for the 275 radial racers in NMCA Mickey Thompson Street Outlaw and NMRA VP Racing Fuels Street Outlaw. The two categories run as one due to the rules package being
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.
In 1999 the small-tire world was turned upside down when the NMRA Ford Nationals brought true-10.5-inch tire racing to national prominence. It became known as the 10.5-inch Tire Freak Show and the standards of true 10.5 racing were set in a class known as Super Street Outlaw. Racers, manufacturers, and