I ran into Jesse Matlock at the SEMA Show, and I just had to write about the absolutely beautiful and beautifully unique 1971 Plymouth Barracuda that he put together and calls “Striker.”
We at Racing Junk are just getting into telling you about all the awesome things in the world of off-road racing and 4-Wheelin’.
With over 3000 new products from more than 250 companies, you might think that picking the five best new performance products would be next to impossible.
The curious tale of NHRA’s sanctions to its three-time Top Fuel world champion Larry Dixon might have its roots in the initial appearance, at Gainesville in March of this year, of Dixon’s eponymous team.
Check out our top five new products for racing applications that were introduced at SEMA!
The SEMA 2017 Show was even busier on Thursday. Crowds swamped the convention center, taking in the latest in aftermarket technology and reveling in the amazing vehicles that builders and enthusiasts have brought to showcase these talented manufacturers.
Day 2 of SEMA 2017 was busier than ever. The show itself just keeps growing, as do the crowds.
The SEMA Show is always an exciting time of the year for auto enthusiasts, whether the drifting fan, the classic car lover, or the OEM loyalist. So far, this year has been no exception.
Prestone® Products Corporation revealed a unique 1972 AMC Javelin AMX at SEMA this year. The custom Ringbrothers build entered the planning process back in 2016.
Chadly Johnson sent in a spectacular selection of photos from the beginning of 2017’s SEMA show!