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Written By Steve Baur
Photography by the FSC Staff
There are many reasons why we get behind the wheel of a race car. Some of us are born into the lifestyle and enter competition from the time we can turn a wheel. Some simply jump into the practice to satiate their need
By rocketing to a 3.77 and a second place finish in NMCA VP Racing Fuels Xtreme Pro Mod points last year, Jason Hamstra proved he had a hot combination.
It consisted of a mechanically fuel-injected 521ci engine built on a Chuck Nuytten block and topped with Noonan heads and a Mike
While competing in NMCA VP Racing Fuels Xtreme Pro Mod for the first time last April at Atlanta Dragway, Benjamin Board blasted to a 3.94 in his Jerry Bickel Race Cars-built 2012 Camaro-bodied car.
Then, while competing in the Mid-West Pro Mod Racing Series for the first time last May at
There are many reasons why Jeff Rudolf has been in the spotlight ever since he joined NMCA ARP Nitrous Pro Street three years ago.
He has blown the hood off of his nitrous-powered Nova, been buoyant in the face of breakage and blasted to the Aerospace Components Winner’s Circle, and as
While it seemed that Adam Flamholc escaped injury when he wrecked in his 1963 Corvette last July, he was later diagnosed with a health concern believed to be related to the wreck’s fierce force.
It was serious enough to sideline the diehard driver who was leading NMCA VP Racing Fuels Xtreme
Combination. It’s a word that’s used often in drag racing to describe a particular engine/transmission setup. In the case of Tim Savell and Mike Bankston, though, the word alludes to the collaborative projects the two have shared over the years, and the combination of their skills and resources has yielded