Splitting the gears for better driveability and economy is what Gear Vendors under/overdrive is all about. If you love driving your classic car and hate the frequent stops at the pump, Gear Vendors has a solution for you.
Strange Engineering has new 2 piece brake rotor kits. They’ve taken their 30 years of drag racing experience and rolled it into their latest design. Every piece of this kit was designed with a specific reason down to the lug design to reduce weight, and increase durability.
Today, we’re going to take a closer look at the design and advantages of Derale’s Hyper-Cool Remote transmission cooler unit and show you why it’s remote mounting and stacked plate design are perfect for our racing application. We’ll also give you a brief walk-through of the installation process.
The Optima Batteries YouTube page is chocked full of great tech tip videos covering a wide range of topics that provide a great education on batteries whether you’re new to the automotive performance world or you’ve seen and done it all.
Legendary engine builder and racer Chris Holbrook has had an awesome season so far in 2013 – his Cobra Jet has recorded record elapsed times and this week he signed up Watson Racing as a sponsor.
Aeromotive Inc. put a NASCAR Cup engine procured from Roush-Yates engines into a Super Comp dragster and campaigned it recently at the Kansas Nationals at Heartland Park of Topeka in competition. Check out the details inside!
Not only has Robert Hight’s team begun to show its performance potential, but so has the entire John Force Racing organization as the lazy days of summer swing into action and the Countdown draws nearer.
Go onboard with “Problem Child” Top Fuel Hydro pilot Darryl Ehrlich on another insane 3.5-second, 250+ mph blast on water in this awesome mini-documentary of the team’s recent outing at the Lake Irvine Classic in California.
If you’re running a dry-sump oiling system in your race car, then take a few moments and learn more about ARE latest in-line air/oil separator. The Spintric installs on the scavenge oil return line going to the tank, and has zero moving parts to wear out.
We take a look at the advantages of running a wet sump oil system and the advancements in wet sump technology with the experts at Peterson Fluid Systems and Moroso Performance Products.
Often a subject of debate and sometimes rather heated at that, the popular foxbody platform has been home to a numerous variety of power plants. This fox, coined with the nickname, The Mitsubishi Mustang, houses a 4g63 under the hood.
Decorated drag racer and crew chief Dave Connolly will contest the national Stock Eliminator championship this year after inking a major sponsorship deal with Berger Chevrolet and its online parts division, GMPartsNow.com.
Chris Evans rides the bumper at the recent Midnight Madness X275 race at Maryland International Raceway. All four tires up off the ground puts on a great show for the fans; not so much for Chris’ wallet. Check out the video inside!
The ADRL Spring Drags IV that was held a few days back at Cordova Dragway Park in Illinois was nothing short of a weekend fulfilled with exciting racing action. Arnie “The Farmer” Beswick contributed to the thrill as well, as during one of his big flashy burnouts he left the crowd and announcer chattering!
Tom Nelson’s expertise with twin-turbo engines and other boosted applications is quite celebrated. Follow along as EngineLabs takes a tour of Nelson Racing Engines and learns a few of his secrets.
Our friends over at McLeod Clutches have teamed up with the folks at the NMRA Ford Nationals Series to give one fan and a guest a free weekend of all-Ford drag racing at an upcoming event, along with a meet-and-greet and a prize pack from one of the leading racing and performance clutch manufacturers in the busine
Scott Oksas got back on-track quickly after a mishap at the NMCA West Bakersfield stop in April by purchasing this Chris Duncan Race Cars-built Camaro from Mike Maggio. He made it all the way to the semifinals despite not having any seat time in the new car.
It was all in the eyes Sunday at the Kansas Nationals. The National Hot Rod Association and its fans kept their eyes on the skies once again at Heartland Park Topeka as the threat of a tornado bore down on the Kansas capital and this eighth race of the Mello Yello Drag Racing Series.
Tommy D’Aprile now has his first X-treme Drag Racing League (X-DRL) win afte downing Quain Stott in the Pro X-Treme final at the Bash on the Bayou at No Problem Raceway Park. Other winners included Robert Mathis (Switzer Dynamics Pro Nitrous), and Dean Goforth (X-treme Pro Stock), along with a host of others.
It was a busy weekend of racing around the sport after a quiet Mothers Day a week ago, as the NMCA West in Pomona and the NHRA Mello Yello Series in Kansas headlined the racing action that included the ADRL and X-DRL going head-to-head in Illinois and Louisiana respectively.