Moving from the world of muscle cars into the world of road racers is a shock for many. Lots of back-and-forth ensues regarding the right spring selection, the right amount of swaybar and how to balance front and rear stiffness to help – and, truthfully, it never ends.
Josh grabbed the Ford for peanuts, fixed up the faulty clutch and decided that he’d turn it into a Pro Touring Mustang.
As the drivers sit on the starting grid, their eyes fix keenly on the light or the flag marshal, they bite their lips, breathe shallowly and tense their grip around the steering wheel.
At which point does a driver decide to accept that a slide is beyond catching, and how do they know which way to go to avoid a competitor who’s spun off ahead of them?
The Hellcrate is identical to the motor found in the Hellcat Challenger, the Hellcat Charger and the Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, and as part of promoting the engine, Graveyard Carz went ahead and stuck the engine in a classic 1970 Plymouth Superbird.
We’re inundated with regular arguments about the value of downforce in Indycar racing, but only on rare occasions is much technical insight presented, and often it’s very theoretical.
Though the AMC AMX was produced for three years, from 1968-1970, and the accepted production numbers hover around the 20,000 mark, they’re not commonly seen.
The 1970-1973 Camaro doesn’t get nearly as much love as it ought to. The wise minds at Roadster Shop were aware of this potential when they began building what is arguably the most incredible second-gen ever to grace this planet.
With the upcoming Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas auctions taking place October 19-21, there are plenty of good reasons to start browsing airlines for reasonable tickets and take a day or two off work. We’ve picked out ten of the prettiest machines to whet your appetite.
There are a number of different ways people can get started road racing, but the best performance bargains are undoubtedly karts and low-powered single seaters.