NHRA drivers, Steve Torrence and Clay Millican joined NHRA vice president of track management & operations, Kasey Coler in Washington D.C. this week to meet with congressional offices representing racing communities all around the country.
Information on new products from OEMs like GM Performance/Chevrolet, Dodge/Chrysler, Ford, etc, or from aftermarket manufacturers and distributors of engine components such as carburetors, intake manifolds, exhausts, crate engines, transmissions, or of brakes, tires, wheels, wiring harnesses, interior accessories, bodywork, chassis components, etc.
Holley releases their Single-Plane-Design EFI Racin Intake Manifolds for GM Gen 3 LS Engines.
General Motors will invest $300 million in its Orion Township, Mich. assembly plant for the purposes of producing a new electric Chevy.
E3 spark plugs announce a new NHRA contingency program for the 2019 race season targeting the sportsman racer.
With the weather heating up, so are the products! Here is a roundup of products that caught our eye for the month of March.
The Summit Racing Equipment Mid-West Pro Mod Series (MWPMS) is proud to welcome Jerry Bickel Race Cars back for their third year as an associate sponsor.
GM will be investing a hefty chunk of change, $20 million to be exact, to the propulsion plant to increase the capacity for 10-speed transmission production
What better month than February for a round-up of things that we love.
International Hot Rod Association (IHRA) and Half Scale Dragsters announce a multi-year partnership that will see Half Scale Dragsters become the official Junior Dragster of the IHRA.
NHRA can look forward to experiencing live drag racing action on a new platform this year.