The Truck & Off-Road Alliance (TORA), SEMA’s council dedicated to the truck industry, is evolving alongside the market.
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.
When the 2016 Shelby GT350 came out, it was the most advanced Mustang Ford had ever put out. With its magnetic dampers and flat plane crank 5.2-liter high revving V8, it was an elite track performer. The 2019 version of the Shelby GT350 is now the king, that is of course until the 2020 Shelby GT500 comes out.
Four exceptional young drivers will have the opportunity to test their racing skills as part of the NASCAR Drive for Diversity Youth Driver Development Program.
The Best In The Desert Series and the Martelli brothers have announced to mutually part ways.
With race season in full bloom, let’s take a look at some of the performance products we loved for April.
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.
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.