The Ford Mustang has been featured on more movie sets, sat in more driveways, had more adolescent kids drooling for their own someday, than perhaps any other car in automotive history.
Jimmie Johnson proved a large number of naysayers wrong on November 20th by winning both the series finale at Homestead-Miami Raceway and his seventh Sprint Cup Championship trophy.
This year’s celebration, which was held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the Brickyard, was primarily an opportunity for Mustang owners to do what they love most: Get together and talk with other Mustang owners about Mustangs.
Turn up the headphones and enjoy!
Tommy Parry breaks down what trail braking is and how it’s used in racing.
Word in the NASCAR forums is that NASCAR is playing favorites with some of the new rules they’ve announced over the past few years.
Truck pullers, mud boggers, and demolition derby drivers know that there’s one major problem with regular exhaust systems: They sit low to the ground.
It was called “The Evolution of the Race Car” and the diverse group of speed machines that showed up in Freedom, Wis., on Oct. 1 certainly reflected many ways that racing cars have changed over the years.
Who needs an LT1???
A true car lover is a lover of classic cars. As powerful as classic cars can be, they are not quite as technologically advanced as newer vehicles on the market.