The 2020 racing season has been full of obstacles; the NMRA and NMCA faced yet another one in the form of Mother Nature while trying to complete the Super Bowl of Street Legal Drag Racing.
Brad and the entire team backing ACES wanted to keep this show going to pay tribute to their fallen team member, and that’s exactly what they did in 2020.
The unique countenance of Cale Lohr’s eye-catching Diamond T truck took him and his family nearly four years to complete. The wait was worth it!
Our first Cars & Coffee event of the season went off without a hitch. Diverse impressive builds and new solar carport scenery made it unforgettable!
The switch from riding horses to harnessing horsepower from the driver’s seat was a challenge for racer Lauren Eades, one that she took in stride.
A mixture of iconic Japanese dream machines, a legendary night in NYC, and a few rolls of film will make you wish you attended this year’s PrimeNYC 7’s Day.
Sean Wiley of Pro-Formance Transmissions walked us through the delicate process of rebuilding the 6R80 in preparation for an upcoming swap project. With the right pieces inside it becomes a durable performer.
All that glitters is not gold and sometimes there’s more to a lap record than the shining time at the end. This is what it takes to compete at Road Atlanta.
This khaki-colored G-body 911 looks outstanding thanks to a thorough restoration performed by the owner himself, and that’s just what Porsche culture needs.
The NMRA and NMCA returned to drag racing recently at the All-Star Nationals in Commerce, Georgia. It was a weekend full of intense racing action—and hand sanitizer.