Harding Steinbrenner Racing, which started in 2017 as a single-car entry at the Indianapolis 500 with Gabby Chaves at the controls of a Harding Racing-entered Chevrolet-powered Indy car, will switch brands for the upcoming 2019 IndyCar Series.
Holley LS Fest East 2018 was wild, wicked and wet. And a helluva good time for lovers of performance.
Engine compression has been the Achilles Heel of engine design for decades.
The fourth and final segment of a four part series exploring some of Borowski Race Engines’ most popular powerhouses.
Part three of a four part series exploring two of Borowski Race Engines’ most popular powerhouses.
Part two of a four part series exploring two of Borowski Race Engines’ most popular powerhouses.
Part one of a four part series exploring two of Borowski Race Engines’ most popular powerhouses – a 2.9-liter Whipple supercharged engine along with a King Kong 4.0-liter Whipple blown example.
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.
Roush Yates Engines’ FR9 has been taking Ford drivers across the line with admirable speed and reliability all year long. This isn’t a fluke – the developments leading up to the creation of this engine began before many of those drivers were born.
While GM has stuck with the OHV engine in their High-Performance V8s, Ford has continued to push multiple valves in their latest and greatest Coyotes. So, why does GM go with only two valves while Ford goes with four?