In a racing community like the northeastern United States, there are a plethora of awesome hot rods competing in Outlaw 10.5 racing. Each year it grows by leaps and bounds, while the critics that don’t even go to the track say that it’s dead.
A few short years ago the name Ray “Hollywood” Johnson was well-known as he ran near the front of the pack at any race he entered. His famous flat black notchback Mustang and its sinister look were struck fear on competitors before they ever hit the track, yet it was the Disomma Racing Engines small block that they should have been worried about. Although the Mustang is long gone after being sold, the engine still lives in the Mustang that’s now campaigned by the Pritchett brothers. Now fast forward a few years and “Hollywood” is making his return thanks to a killer deal on a top notch car.
Johnson has reportedly closed the deal on a top-contending Ford Mustang Outlaw 10.5 car out of the Kenny Seager Motorsports stable. The Mustang was formerly piloted by Conrad Scarry in the NMRA and is definitely a proven winner and with a few minor changes it will undoubtedly be a top contender anywhere he decides to run. Fans and fellow racers alike are happy to see Ray returning to action and you’ll certainly see his name in the highlight reels before the end of the season.