For decades, the world’s top drag racers have been descending upon the historic Auto Club Famoso Raceway, right in the heart of the birthplace of drag racing in southern California, for the annual pilgrimage known a
Today’s lesson is geometry…that is, valvetrain geometry. Experts from the School of Automotive Machinists offer tips and tricks to ensure proper alignment of all valvetrain components.
It’s the first race of the 2014 NMRA season. It’s the return of Pure Street, the kickoff of Coyote Modified and more! Follow our same day coverage of the 20th Annual Spring Break Shootout right here!
Selecting the right injectors for your modified Mustang is critical to reliable power and drivability. Deatschwerks takes us through how they get their customers the right injectors for their application.
Florida racers Ron and Jerico Balduf will be carrying this sharp, Batman-themed ’41 Willys built by Coast Chassis Design and powered by a Jan-Cen Hemi into NHRA Pro Mod battle this season.
A Dragzine Exclusive – Kevin Volk’s new Victory Racecraft-built GT500 is one of the cleanest machines we’ve seen in quite some time, and it’s scheduled to make a debut later on this season in NMRA and NMCA action.
The creative, spontaneous problem-solving process is a practice in genuinely inventive, imaginative businesses. The National Hot Rod Association is another matter, says veteran journalist Susan Wade.
We increase traction on our Project Silver Bullet, and also get it up to NHRA legal specs with a set of control arm relocation brackets and a dirveshaft safety loop from BMR Suspension.
Creating a car that stands apart from the crowd in the highly competitive 275 drag radial class is extremely difficult, yet this is exactly what Barry Lutz has accomplished with his stunning Outlaw Radial Chevelle.
We’re back with the final Reader’s Rides for the month of February, and we’ve got quite a piece to bring you this week, with this gorgeous 1964 Chevy Nova that was sent to us by its very proud owner Todd Buckb
The sprawling Pheasant Run Resort in St. Charles, Illinois once again played host to the annual Race & Performance Expo, now in its seventh year, to thousands of racers and automotive enthusiasts over the weekend.
If you’ve manually shifted a factory automatic transmission, you probably spent some time looking down at the shift lever. B&M builds a ratcheting shifter that lets you keep your eyes on the road.
Holley’s new Dominator system exemplifies just how much EFI tuning has become more sophisticated yet easier to use. This full-featured system has self-tuning capability but also offers plenty of advanced options.
Rain got the best of us on Sunday, pushing the finale of Lights Out V to Monday. Join us as we wrap up the final eliminations from here in Georgia.
Alexis DeJoria raced to her first career Funny Car victory Sunday at the CARQUEST Auto Parts NHRA Nationals in Phoenix, and was joined by Antron Brown (Top Fuel) and Allen Johnson (Pro Stock).
Check out our Photo Extra with all the sights from the most anticipated heads-up race of the season, Lights Out V at the South Georgia Motorsports Park!
The most anticipated heads-up drag race of the season is finally upon, as small-tire doorslammer racers from all across the nation have descended upon the South Georgia Motorsports Park for Lights Out V!
We take a look at two of Driven’s engine oils designed specifically for the unique demands of Ford’s modular engines, including the Coyote. These oils offer unique technology borrowed from the racing world.
We’ve pretty much seen it all when it comes to LS-powered vehicles, but every once in awhile we run across a vehicle that expands the modern Chevy-powered family a bit further. Mike Meyers’ Corvairs are just that!
Project Silver Bullet gets yet another upgrade in the form of a set of Strange Engineering adjustable shocks and struts, a Cobra Jet spring kit from American Muscle, and a one-piece driveshaft. Details are inside!