The Burnout’s Ten Favorite Posts from 2014

We hit on a variety of great stories, races, topics and events here on The Burnout in 2014 including interviews with racers, looks at new products, a Drag Race 101 resource guide, and in-depth drag race coverage. So to sum up the year, we took a look back at some of your ( and our) favorite articles from the past year.  Enjoy, and let us know what YOUR personal favorite pieces were!

1.  It’s Good to be a Gearhead: Looking Forward, Looking Back  by Justin Fivella

These are good times to those who feel like all is right with the world with a wrench in hand.

2. Racing Action from the 50th NHRA Auto Club Finals

And what a race it was. Congratulations to all the 2014 NHRA Mello Yello competitors.

 

3. Six Questions with 24 Hours of LeMons’ Nick Pon

We’ve heard that it’s the most fun you can have in a Barbie Car.

4.  [GALLERY] – World of Speed at Bonneville

Bonneville this year was filled with heartbreak and rain, but these shots are still stunning. Here’s to a drier 2015 on the flats.

5.  Congratulations to Van T. Free III, Winner of the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado!

Did we mention that we gave away a truck? This phone call to the winner was one of our highlights here in the office.

 

6. Community Responds – National Corvette Museum Sinkhole

A whole bunch of Corvettes fell into a sinkhole.

 

7.  What Happened to Americana in Racing?

 Jay Wells talks about Americana in this, the most American of sports, and looks at what this means now.

8.  600+ Horsepower for Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Hemi

700 hp in a street legal vehicle. Did we need it? No. Do we want it? Do you even have to ask?

 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT

9. Courtney Force Claims Historic 100th NHRA Win for Women

 It was a terrific year for women in racing, and this moment for Courtney was a stunner.

10. The Best Seat in Town

You all loved this. We get it.

 

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