While the mid-‘00s version paid more direct homage to the styling cues from the ‘60s, this new style screams present-day aggression and performance.
For two decades, Jim Monson has been chasing his drag racing dreams with his Mustang—nicknamed Gumby—built at home in his garage all those years ago.
We caught up with Mike Chang, CEO and co-founder of Evasive Motorsports, to talk about his emotions during Pikes Peak, and what went wrong on the mountain.
The world’s quickest diesel title currently belongs to the boys from Firepunk Diesel; they continue to set the standard when it comes to diesel dragstrip performance. Their recent record-setting effort is only the beginning.
The trials and tribulations faced by the Stinger Motorsport team at this year’s King of the Hammers event would have crippled a lesser team. They persevered, and ultimately completed the challenge.
Best known for building his one-off Hilux drift machine, Nigel Petrie has given this Japanese import a complete transformation in the search for grip.
Rick DeVito’s Falcon Ranchero has had many lives; from winning awards at World of Wheels to racing in Limited Drag Radial, the sweet lines and clean execution of this twin-turbo Ford-powered machine stand out above the crowd.
When drag racing and Mustangs are life, you pick your favorite, set it up to win races in X275 action, and roll on with your bad self. Justin Cyrnek has done exactly that.
Winning races, and championships, comes down to paying close attention to the tiniest elements of a racecar. RACEWires’ Troy Baum puts his brand of detail-oriented electronics integration against the best in the business.
William Au-Yeung of PZTuning in Ontario, Canada traveled to Japan and set a blazing lap which topped the tables of Tsukuba’s FF greats. How did he do it?