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.
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.
This week’s edition of Reader’s Rides brings us a pair of very quick rides, including John Dougherty’s mean little Chevy S-10 and Greg Seher’s show-quality ’67 Camaro, both of which have been in the eights!
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!
Flowmaster recently opened their doors to the nearly 160,000 square foot facility where they manufacture their mufflers and cat-back systems. It takes a lot of pride to produce 46,000 mufflers every month!
Most, if not all, NHRA racers get a little extra revved up for the season-opening Winternationals at Pomona, Calif. Funny Car driver Tommy Johnson Jr. was turbocharged.
The rides keep pouring in and we’ve got a fresh new round of killer machines from our faithful readers, including a street and strip terror of a Ford pickup and a sleek Dodge Challenger bracket warrior!
Take a look at an awesome COPO Camaro, owned and operated by Dave Bridgewater, and check out the story of how he obtained such a beastly, rare factory hot rod.
As has become tradition here on Dragzine, we’ve laid out our championship picks in the four professional categories, as well as Pro Modified, that we’ll look back on nine long months from now to see how we did.
The first-ever Reader’s Rides published last week was a certifiable hit, and we’re back with another fresh round of sweet whips from the Dragzine faithful, featuring one with doors and one without.
Wes Goddard’s 1958 Nash Metropolitan is one of the most unique Top Sportsman cars out there. Packing a pair of turbos, this small, short-wheelbase car make for an insane ride as it franks off 6-second, 200 MPH laps.
What constitutes a street car and who has the world’s quickest is a hotly-debated topic, but perhaps rather than attempt to govern it, credit should simply be given where credit is due for one’s accomplishments.
NHRA Top Alcohol Dragster driver Shawn Cowie, whose Grand Ole Opry-worthy ballad of bad luck began in Nashville and has reached a happy crescendo on the West Coast, lives a country song in reverse.
What drag racing class sucks you in and gets you all hopped up to watch or participate? Is it small-tire drag radial racing, NHRA Pro Stock, bracket racing, Top Fuel, or…?