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The Detroit Speed Third Gen Camaro is a big blue monster and we were lucky enough to have our Fuel Curve logos emblazoned on the car recently. Detroit Speed founder and President Kyle Tucker represented Fuel Curve in last weekend’s Goodguys Sponsor Shootout in Columbus, Ohio during the Goodguys 21st PPG Nationals. It was a

VP Racing Fuels, Inc., a valued partner here at Fuel Curve, recently announced they have signed a multi-year agreement to become the Official Fuel of the United States Auto Club. The USAC legacy is one that runs deep. Since 1955, USAC has been a signature American motorsport sanctioning body and governed the Indy 500 for

Rob Ida, a third-generation coach builder, designer, fabricator and head of Morganville, New Jersey’s Ida Automotive Inc. is so driven by his passion for building and driving vintage cars, he sometimes doesn’t make it home from the shop for days on end, especially when project deadlines are tight. That’s primarily because Rob and his three-man

Utter the words 427 Stingray to any car guy and his eyes light up. The 427 Stingray is one of America’s most cherished beasts from the muscle car era, but the Corvette brand struck a chord with sports car enthusiasts as well. The drag-centric 60s and 70s muscle cars like hemis, GTOs and Camaros couldn’t

The 1970s were a mythical and magical time for Northwest Drag Racing and Seattle Intl National Raceway was the epicenter. Nitro Funny Cars were in their zenith, and Seattle Intl Raceway “Innnnnn Kent” with Bill Doner and Steve Evans at the helm was the home of the bodacious, the bizarre and bare skin. The 64-Funny Car Shows

The Goodguys 21st PPG Nationals blew the lid off the Ohio Expo Center in Columbus last weekend filling the massive complex with the best the hot rod industry has to offer. The best cars, the best vendors, the best racing and the best weather this event has ever seen made it hot rod mecca. The local