Shawn Langdon raced to his third victory of the year last Sunday at the AAA Insurance NHRA Midwest Nationals at Gateway Motorsports Park just outside of St. Louis.
CJ Greaves swept another weekend in both PRO 2WD and PRO 4WD racing at Bark River International Raceway.
Maybe not every single aftermarket industry customer has dreams of seeing his or her vehicle cross the finish line first.
Formula DRIFT presented by GoPro finished the 2015 Pro Championship and World Championship season at Irwindale Speedway.
Hammerking Productions, in conjunction with HeavyMetalConcepts, released the trailer for the 2015 Nitto King of the Hammers, presented by 4 Wheel Parts.
By Mike Imlay
Racers, street performance enthusiasts, four wheelers, restorers and boat owners all need engines, which means that, at some point, they tap into the performance niche occupied by engine builders and, more often than not, the specialty shops that install replacement engines. It’s a segment composed of small businesses, not-so-small businesses and by OEM crate-engine distributors—all offering powertrain solutions.
In fact, use of ready-made drop-in crate engines with known horsepower and torque specifications has become a driving force in the marketplace in recent years. In particular, the GM LS series has become...
The Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Trade Show has long been known as "The Three Biggest Business Days in Racing," with more than 1,200 exhibitors featuring the latest in motorsports innovation and technology.
Kyle Busch—whose 104 career wins across all three of its top series make
him one of NASCAR’s top drivers in terms of diversity—is now hoping to
head to the winner’s circle in a different kind of race: the Toyota Racing Dream Build Challenge.
Busch—one of four racing stand-outs pitted against each other in the
vehicle-modification build competition—is diving into a ’12 Toyota Camry
SE and remaking it into the “Rowdy Edition” Camry, named after Busch’s
nickname on the racing circuit, “Rowdy.”
Performance Racing Industry (PRI), producers
of the motorsports business magazine and trade show, finalized plans to be
purchased by the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA). The transaction
is set to close in late March 2012.
The Wally Parks NHRA Motorsports Museum, presented by the Automobile Club of
Southern California, will host a Speed Freaks Panel Discussion about
what it’s like to plan and drive some of the world’s fastest vehicles,
Saturday, February 18, from 2:00 p.m.–3:30 p.m. Open to all with paid
museum admission, the panel discussion will be held before the annual
Sidewinders Award Banquet.