The Drag Radial Revolution rages on with No Mercy 8. When it comes to big power, small tire drag radial racing action, Donald Long’s “Duck X Productions” “Lights Out” events in February and “No Mercy” in the fall are far more than a step above
Nitromethane, fire, and fumes lit up the sky in Tulsa, Oklahoma for the annual running of the Nitro Nationals at Osage Casino Tulsa Raceway Park. The meet marked the highly anticipated return of Top Fuel to the historic facility as the NHRA Heritage Series Top
On a recent Fall weekend the streets of downtown Livermore, California were shut down for the giant Altamont Cruisers Nostalgia Day, an awesome community event celebrating the city, cool old cars and the local car club. There were easily over 500 cars filling the downtown
Billetproof was Kirk Jones’ statement to the gold chain, Hawaiian shirt –wearing baby boomers who drove billet-clad smoothie rods in the 1990s. Instead of six-figure, milled aluminum supercars, Jones, and his cohorts built and drove real garage-based early Ford hot rods not meant for 8-foot
Wavecrest 2017 turned out to be another great weekend of wood in Encinitas!It's the largest gathering of wooden cars you will ever see and has stoked the fires of Woodie enthusiasts for nearly 40 years.
The annual meet is held right where you'd want to hold
You might know Tim McMaster as the Y-Block Guy from Facebook and Instagram or his YouTube channel. When it comes to vintage Fords, he has major street cred – priceless knowledge he’s more than happy to share with fellow Ford engine enthusiasts.
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Cruisin’ for a Cure – billed as “The world’s largest one-day car show” filled the O.C. Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa with chrome and candy colors the third Saturday of September offering a car guy mega show all packed into a span of
The Goodguys Road Tour, officially named the “Hall of Fame Road Tour” has developed into one of the best-organized cruises in America. That’s partly due to its boutique status. The car count is purposely kept to a minimum so everyone can (usually) fit into the
Rarely in the world of today’s drag racing can you truly get a feel of “the good ol days”. Even in the National Hot Rod Association’s Heritage Series, a series NHRA put in place to help preserve NHRA’s rich history and tradition while capitalizing on
The Hot Rod Hill Climb has accelerated to must-attend status for early hot rod enthusiasts. It’s on par with the Goodguys West Coast Nationals, the Grand National Roadster Show, Detroit Autorama, SCTA Speed Week, The Race of Gentlemen and other “Gotta be there” hot rod