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The Difference Is In The Details: Mike Bowen’s Coyote Stock Maverick

Interested in the NMRA's Coyote Stock class? Check out what Mike Bowen built for competition in the sealed crate-engine class - a 1971 Maverick, found on eBay! Read More


BTR Performance, Bill Trovato, and One Mean 5th Gen!

So how does a guy go from specializing in classic Oldsmobile musclecars to racing a 5th Gen Camaro? It's not as big a jump as it might seem, once you know the backstory... Read More


Larry Morgan, Pro Stock Class, NHRA All Caught In A Trap?

Larry Morgan, to borrow Elvis Presley's lyrics, is caught in a trap and can't walk out. But it's not because he loves Ford too much. Read More


Matt Happel’s Newest 9-Second Junkyard Fairmont ‘Sleeper’

Matt Happel is at it again with another epic 'sleeper' of a Ford Fairmont, this time pairing a 5.3L junkyard truck motor with a billet turbo and other upgrades-on-the-cheap to go well into the nines at over 145 MPH! Read More


Readers’ Rides: The Beedy & Malloy Front-Engine A/Fuel Dragster

Illinois natives Robert and Daneen Malloy own the beautiful Beedy & Malloy injected nitro-burning A/Fuel Dragster that's driven by "Diamond" Dave Brown Read More


Mickey Tessneer’s ‘Green Reaper’ Leaf Spring Chevy Nova

Mickey Tessneer and his killer 1966 Nova, "The Green Reaper" have broken the bar in half when it comes to clean race cars. This small tire wonder can turn on the win light and take home best in show. Read More

The new ‘Magneti Marelli Offered by Mopar’ Dodge Dart, to be

NHRA Pro Stock’s Dodge Dart Hits Bullseye In Its Debut

Allen Johnson and Jeg Coughlin Jr. discuss the unveiling and debut of the brand new Pro Stock Dodge Dart, including Johnson's big win at the very first race for the sleek new race car in Gainesville. Read More


Wolf’s Word: Be Gone Polar Vortex – It’s Time To Go Racing!

It’s only the beginning of March, and already the new racing season has presented us with a year’s worth of exciting moments that have only served to lay the groundwork for all that lies ahead. Read More

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Shop Tour: From Shocks to Carbon Fiber Driveshafts At QA1

Check out this guided tour of QA1's massive facility in Lakeville, Minnesota, where company President Melissa Scoles walks us through their research and development processes and discusses product development. Read More


Question Of The Week: Is Drag Racing A Better Show At Night?

What's your opinion: Is drag racing a better show at night, under the lights, when the race track is cool, ripe for big speeds and elapsed times, and there’s an undeniable electricity in the air? Read More


Reader’s Rides: The Buckles Family’s Trio Of Weekend Warrior Fords

This weeks Reader’s Rides is a true team effort, with a trio of weekend warrior Ford’s from the 1960's, 80's, and 90's campaigned by the Buckles family from Tennessee. Read More


Wolf’s Word: It’s Time Drag Racing Rocked The Boat

No doubt there a lot of ideas out there regarding the right of the proverbial ship, some good and some bad, but there are also a lot of misconceptions thrown around. So what does drag racing really need? Read More


Hard-core Racer DeJoria On Center Stage But Downplays Glam Status

Call them drag-racing rock stars, if you like, if you buy into the latest buzz. But that's not what Alexis DeJoria and husband Jesse James are. Read More


Dark Knight Races: Ron And Jerico Balduf’s New ’41 Willys Pro Mod

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. Read More


Kevin Volk’s New GT500 From Victory Racecraft For NMRA/NMCA Action

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. Read More


Susan Wade: The NHRA Could Use A Little Brainstorming

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. Read More