A Dragzine Exclusive! Check out the first segment of the multi-part build process of Brian and Tyler Hard’s new V4 ’68 Pro Nitrous Camaro being built from start to finish at Tim McAmis Race Cars in Missouri!
Darryl Johnson’s awesome twin F-2 ProCharged Duster is back, this time in testing for Hot Rod’s Drag Week later on this year. Darryl and his crew got the chance to take the car out this past weekend – look inside for videos of one of the nastiest real street cars you’ll ever see.
For 2013, perennial radial tire front runner Eric Kenward is setting his sights on NMCA Street Outlaw racing with a new ride, a turbocharged 1980 Malibu sedan. We’ve got the goods on the new combo, including images of the car and engine.
For every failed drag car design, something was learned, for better or for worse. This list of the top 10 cars that didn’t work isn’t a knock on these racers, but a testament to their ingenuity, their courage, and frankly, the size of their balls to think outside the box of conventional thinking.
This ’69 Camaro SS was given a breath of fresh air, literally, in the form a ProCharged blown LSX. Packing 412 cubic inches, Eric Gustafson’s Camaro reminds us what Pro Street is really all about. It’s a class winner at a recent NMCA event, and makes all LS enthusiasts proud.
Stefan Destito’s gorgeous 1993 Pontiac Trans Am relies on a ProCharger F-1R supercharger and 400 cubic inches of Ty Tech Performance LT1 for motivation. Check out his story inside.
Tim McAmis Race Cars and Mike Knowles have teamed up to bring you another incredible Pro Mod – this time Mike’s awesome “Blown Money” ’67 GT500 Pro Mod Mustang. Check inside for the scoop found only here at Dragzine.
Wes and Russ Blankenship turned this gorgeous 1993 Camaro from a stocker into an awesome Outlaw Drag Radial Machine and race local events in the upper Midwest.
Read along as we take an in-depth look at the quickest, fastest, and baddest Camaro ZL1s in the U.S.A. to date! We talk with Livernois Motorsports, Lingenfelter Performance Engineering, and Redline Motorsports about their record setting and ground breaking ZL1s. Who’s the toughest of them all?
Though the times might change, some things don’t. Fox body ‘Stangs are cheaper than ever, and people are stuffing just about everything under the hoods of these pocket rockets. Dan Hale is one of those guys, and under the hood of this ‘Stang is not a SBF, but a twin-turbo Mod Motor.
The Chevrolet Cobalt doesn’t exactly fit the mold of a race car, but with the right touch, it can make for one killer-looking terror on the strip, and that’s exactly what Mike and Zach Jones have done with this big block, twin-turbo powered machine that will see True 10.5 and Outlaw Radial duty this season.
At 80 years old, Ollie Frazier is still doing what he loves, piloting a car down the drag strip to quick times, and enjoying his favorite sport and hobby of over 50 years. Check out more of this killer Nova inside.
Jim Keith’s gorgeous Camaro blurs the lines between street and strip. Over 1200 rear-wheel horses, lots of subtle touches (and not-so-subtle ones!) and just the right stance makes this a car dreams are made of.
Coyote Stock is set to become the next big thing in NMRA racing. Jacob Lamb made the switch this year from Modular Muscle and a built four valve 4.6 to the Coyote Stock. It runs near identical times, although 500lbs heavier than before. Inside is the feature on his fierce four eye.
Eric Reese took his family’s classic Mustang to the next level by swapping in a modern EFI motor and adding a turbo. The car was purchased by Eric’s father back in 1972 with a 289 and a factory four speed.
Rick Steinke’s “Honk If Parts Fall Off” 1967 Chevelle Malibu runs 8.60′s at the track and sees the occasional street lap. Look inside at this piece of owner-built ingenuity.
Business partners Bryan Metzenheim and Mikey Rees are on the verge of re-debuting this incredibly well-crafted 1992 Camaro in the 10.5W ranks, complete with a ProCharger F3-136-blown powerplant.
Great driving talent and a solid combination can only take you so far in racing. Rick Riccardi III is quick to give a great deal of credit to his crew who help him go rounds and make the winning effort on race weekends. With a revised combination on hand, Riccardi is quickly becoming unstoppable in Hot Street.
NRC Motorsports is in the construction process on this gorgeous Outlaw 275-style Mustang. It will feature some of the chassis tricks that NRC Motorsports is known for and will compete at races all over the Southeast.
Darryl Johnson’s 1970 Duster has been purpose-built for Hot Rod Magazine’s Drag Week. It features a twin-ProCharger F2-blown 572 cubic inch Wedge that actually broke a dyno rated for 2,800 horsepower.