Kirk Marburger’s 8-Second 1966 Twin Turbo Chevy Nova

Kirk Marburger has always been a life-long GM musclecar lover, but his 1966 Nova is more than a car, its an amazing bond between two friends that just so happens to be a rowdy, boosted, eight second street car. Read More


The Yetti: Jimmy Dolan’s Roaring Twin Turbo 4-Second Ford Lighting

Jimmy Dolan's Ford Lighting known as the Yetti is truly a monster that began life as a simple street driver, but now is packing twin turbo power under the hood. Read More


‘Full House’ Guerilla Tactics Bring “Big Chief” And NHRA Together

"Street Outlaws" boss "Big Chief" has settled his disagreement with the NHRA - or vice versa - and he's extolling the virtues of safer racing . . . and scoping out the NHRA landscape. Read More


The Silver Unit: Street Outlaws’ Derek Travis And His ’86 Camaro

Street Outlaws star Derek Travis shows us the newest rendition of his Silver Unit 1986 Camaro, which was rebuilt in the offseason for all-out action against the nation's best. Read More


LS Crate Motor Racing Part 3 – Fuel System, Suspension, And More

In Part 3 of the build-up of a '67 Chevelle for NMCA crate motor heads-up racing, we'll take a look at the fuel system, suspension, and running gear. Read More


Pro Mod Racer Dan Stevenson Jumps From Ring Of Fire Into Turbo Ride

Dan Stevenson rode out a flaming Pro Modified NHRA accident in the class’ season opener. Now, after deciding to continue racing, he’s hoping to attract more positive attention with a new turbocharged car. Read More


Hi, I’m New Here, Kinda: Dragzine’s Associate Editor Brian Wagner

Brian Wagner is a lifelong drag racing fan that now gets to co-pilot the leading drag racing publication on the web. Read the story of his self-described addiction to drag racing. Read More


Hot Rods You Should Know: Stone, Woods And Cook 1941 Willys Gasser

This month, we're moving to the drag strip for yet another Hot Rod You Should Know, and you've probably guessed that we're talking about the Stone, Woods, and Cook 1941 Willys gasser known as Swindler. Read More


Radical In Red: Fran Schatz’s Procharged 2007 Z06 Corvette

Fran Schatz has a passion for horsepower and made it his mission to do what he loves everyday....and that includes putting his blown, 7-second Z06 Corvette into the LSX record books. Read More


Question Of The Week: Can Anybody In Pro Stock Stop KB Racing?

KB Racing teammates Jason Line and Greg Anderson have thoroughly dominated Pro Stock so far in 2016. In our question of the week, we want to know who you think will step up and challenge the Summit Camaros? Read More


Pump Gas Pontiac Pushes 2 Hp Per Inch!

This DCI Automotive Pontiac 455 makes nearly 2 horsepower per cubic inch, naturally aspirated on pump gas. With some more tweaking we hope for even more! Read More


The Longest Run: Cale Aronson A Year After Life-Changing Accident

A year after a crash left him with temporary paralysis, IHRA Pro Stock racer Cale Aronson continues working toward normalcy with a whole new outlook on life, racing, and business. Read More


Wolf’s Word: Can We Prepare For The Unthinkable?

Drag racing is a dangerous sport. It's also one that's been made incredibly safe over the years. But can we -- as media, spectators, and crew -- avoid the one-in-a-million scenarios? Read More


Upping The Cool Factor With A Hot Vega

When the Chevrolet Vega was new, some thought it a disappointment. That is, unless you were Emo Caraballo. His passion for the subcompact started early, and eventually led him to build this 1/4-mile terror. Read More


John Cipolla’s Spectacular 1,600 HP ’67 Camaro Street Car!

New Yorker John Cipolla's recently-completed '67 Camaro is undoubtedly one of the nicest in the country, and with over 1,600 horsepower on tap, one of the quickest, too. And did we mention it's street legal? Read More


Savage Chevy: Tony Basso’s Blown Outlaw 10.5 Nova

Tony Basso's classic 1967 Nova is brutally quick and makes a ton of noise, and that's exactly how he likes it. It's all he wants out of a race car and more. Read More

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