And just like that, the 19th annual season of the NMRA drag racing series has come to a close. The All-Ford World Finals ended the season in its typical form, with broken records and top-notch racing action.
It all started with the vision of a car capable of blending elements from a ‘40s hot rod with the elegance of an imaginary vintage concept car. After 12,000 labor hours, and a six-year build time Jack Kiely’s 1940 Mercury Custom morphed into a car in a class of its own.
MPACT’s BMW-flavor invaded the famous Pocono Raceway, for an automotive festival like no other. Combining motorsports with a car show, burnout competition, drifting, and much more.
Members of the NMRA and NMCA drag racing series converged on Route 66 Raceway in a competitive battle for the fastest series in America. Overall class victories would decide the winner, and it ended with a landslide victory for one camp.
A tricky result of the Formula Drift Seattle bracket granted teammate tandems never before seen in competition. Only the strongest competitors from each team advanced, but who took the win?
This year’s Formula Drift stop in Canada threw a wrench in the series. By pitting drifting’s greats against each other in an all out battle for supremacy in Saint Eustache. We outlasted the rain, the heat, and got our second wind to recap the drama deep into the night.
When an industry-leading performance automotive wholesale distribution facility and a well-known online blog teamed up for an open house and car meet event, the result was an assembly of some of the surrounding area’s finest vehicles and an enjoyable afternoon.
When you’re naturally talented like Kyle Frederick is, most activities come easily to you. So what happens when he builds his own 1997 Honda Civic for high-performance driving? The Silver Fox happens.
The New Jersey stop on the Formula Drift tour brought its usual high attrition rate, however it wasn’t the guardrails removing competitors from the action.
Global Time Attack drivers pitched their cars onto two wheels around Road Atlanta in the quest for faster lap times. The home of the famous Petit Le Mans race served as a challenging stop for the nation’s premier lap dancing cars.