John Force Racing CEO and 16-time NHRA Funny Car champion John Force announced today that he has accepted the resignation of his Castrol GTX High Mileage crew chief Jimmy Prock effective today.
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“Bad” Bart Tobener clinches 2014 Edelbrock Renegade Class Championship after an incredible year.
Drag Race 101: EFI for Hod Rods and Drag Cars. Although fuel injection has been around almost as long as cars have, it’s only been within the past 20 years or so that fuel injection systems have really been viable options for those with a desire to go fast, quickly.
From Snake and Mongoose to Sneaky Pete, these are the best moments from NHRA’s racing history.
Our drag race and street-strip wheel and tire series rolls on. This time we’ll look at the rubber part of the equation. Years ago, slicks ruled the roost in terms of drag race tires. You wanted to race? You ran slicks. But today, many popular racing categories mandate radial tires.
The fluids you put in your vehicle – whether your daily driver or dragster – can make a huge difference in performance and longevity. Recently, The Burnout had a chance to sit down with some engineers from Mobil 1 and talk about low viscosity motor oils.
Drag Race 101: Tuning Tips for the Drag Strip Part II. Tips for getting more fuel to the engine via the carb now that you have more air circulation and the ignition installed.
Amateur Drag Racing has a true home with the NHRA. Here’s a breakdown of some of the classes. Which ones have you raced in?
In 1972, noone and nothing was hotter than Ed “Ace” McCulloch and the Revullution dragster.
In Part I we looked at wheel weights. And while weight is critical, something else is hugely important for wheel performance – wheel offset. The industry is filled with virtually any combination of wheels with specific standard or custom backspace dimensions. So what’s right for your car?