Underdog Nova No-Prep

Proving that more is not always better, this 400 cubic-inch small block powered Nova tore up the track and the competition during the New Edge Automotive and Detailing (NEAD) No-Prep Throwdown at the Eddyville Raceway in Oskaloosa, IA. Competing in the Small Tire Class and the Big Tire Class, this Chevy launched out of the hole and into the finals (of both classes) despite having a stock small block engine with a cast iron intake (single-carb) and only one kit (fogger plate) of nitrous. No-Prep drag racing presents its own peculiar list of challenges to every racer daring enough to Read More

700 HP Ford GT vs Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 Drag Racing

An old school American muscle car vs modern day Italian Exotic all out battle. Watch a 720HP HP 2005 Ford GT take on a stock 2016 Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4. Both have run mid 10’s in the 1/4 mile at 132+ MPH and both have their own set of disadvantages and advantages to deal with during the races.

Old Smokey – 1200WHP 1947 Ford Pickup

Meet Scott Birdsell. Scott pulled this 1949 Ford Pickup out of the woods after finding it on Craigslist and shelling out $225 of his hard earned dollars. The truck had been immobile for decades and had developed the unique mixture of patina and paint scheme that you see before you today. Scott simply sprayed a little silicone on the body and left it at that. Oh, he also threw in a full tubular racing chassis, a heavily built 5.9-liter Cummins turbo-diesel engine, and a compound (twin) turbocharger setup with a complex network of air-to-air and air-to-water intercoolers. As if that Read More

Lightweight Tesla Tames the Street

It has taken many years for me to realize that, when it comes to street (and No-Prep) racing, consistency is the key. Right now, there is not a mass produced vehicle that brings a better balance of power and consistency than the all-electric Tesla P100D. First of all; the words lightweight and Tesla may be a misrepresentation. You see, the P100D weighs in at a skosh less than 2.5-tons in factory trim. Our feature car has undergone a certain degree of weight reduction but still tips the scales at a rotund 4,500-pounds. The lithium-ion powered motors on each end of Read More

2.000HP 1965 Chevrolet C10 Pickup

This fantastic looking 1965 Chevy C10 is being purpose-built to rule the street racing scene in the hometown of a guy named Chris Red – something or other. At the heart of this beast is a 400 cubic-inch, LS based, Dart Racing block. In order to make the LS durable enough to withstand this massive amount (2,187hp @ 6,900 RPM)) of horsepower, Steve Morris Engines has recently gone through the engine and they are currently in the process of tuning it (with owner, Chris R.) in their state-of-the-art dyno facility. It has a specially ground hydraulic roller camshaft with a Read More

Drag Race – Aventador SV vs. 911 Turbo S

What’s not to love about a drag race between a pair of supercars? Nothing – especially if the two cars in question are the Lamborghini Aventador SV and the Porsche 911 Turbo S. As far as we know, the feature cars are in stock trim and are driven by their respective owners. They (the cars, at least) are pretty evenly matched and this should make for an interesting series of contests. In an effort to establish exactly which of these two elite automobiles is superior, this clip actually documents multiple drag racing and roll racing runs. You don’t want to Read More

1000HP NSX Takes-On GT-Rs and Bikes

If you enjoy roll racing on the highway (of Mexico), then you will love this video. It features a highly modified Acura NSX rolling up against several other radically enhanced import coupes as well as a couple of a high performance motorcycles. The aluminum bodied, mid-engine NSX was manufactured by Honda. The first generation (1990 – 2005) models were sold with an all-aluminum VTEC 3.0-liter V6 engine. It had the capacity to produce only 252hp. In order for our feature car to be competitive in the street racing world, the V6 was extracted and a (more durable) 2.0-liter K20 four-cylinder Read More

700HP 2018 Porsche 911 GT2 RS – Track Testing

This is a unique and well produced video that takes you inside the 2018 Porsche GT2 RS. You are sucked into the functional air intake, through one of the turbochargers, into the engine, and spit out the tailpipe. It’s awesome! Porsche recently unveiled their most powerful and most expensive version of the GT2 RS during one of the most prestigious annual automotive gatherings in existence. In true Porsche style, the car was not simply put on static display but driven aggressively on a closed track. The Goodwood Festival of Speed (Sussex, England) was treated to an awesome display of speed Read More

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