This year at SEMA the most venomous, outrageous Mustang got to show off its 8-second 150 mph quarter mile muscles in Vegas.
There are many reasons NHRA racers test the Monday after a national event. There might be new parts to examine, new drivers to license or just making sure the racecar is ready for the next event, be it one week or more down the road.
One of if not the most iconic cars in all of Cinema was spotted at SEMA 2018 at the Shell “Pioneering Performance” Pavilion.
SEMA 2018 kicked off with the new products, new Yenko reveals and a host of glorious builds. From the new 1,000-Horsepower 426 Crate HEMI Engine from MOPAR to the original Bullitt Mustang to a variety of customized classics, the 2018 SEMA show has yet to disappoint.
After the fifth race, it’s now Kalitta Motorsport’s J.R. Todd atop the standings, thanks to his victory at Las Vegas and his overwhelming consistency throughout this six-race playoffs.
This 1955 Doorslammer Bel Air is all business!
DeeDee Cupcake, a little pinup with a big personality, won the first ever “Miss Goleta Lemon Festival” pinup pageant!
Earlier this morning, SEMA made the announcement of its Best New Products Award winners. Granted to the most innovative auto aftermarket products which will be available next year, the Awards are great indications of where to look for cutting-edge components and tools.
Will Steve Torrence run the table in this year’s NHRA Countdown to the Championship?
Air Density Online gives racers a very important tool when it comes to fuel system tuning.