If you’re not familiar with Magnus Walker, StanceWorks has a great piece on one of the world’s most interesting Porsche fanatics. In addition to having one hell of a backstory, Magnus is one of the world’s most dedicated yet unorthodox Porsche collectors and builders.
Strapped in his 1969 Chevrolet Camaro, Bailey was dialing in the car at a Tulsa Raceway Park test and tune. During the run, Bailey ran a 6.52 at 226 mph quarter mile. This bests his previous record-holding runs at last year’s Drag Week.
So there’s a really cool stanced VW Golf on Speedhunters.com right now. "Holy crap, stop the digital presses," you say. "There’s only like 10 million of those scraping their way down the world’s highways like a dog with an itchy ass, and you found one? Congrats!" Point taken and sarcasm noted.
Quick ETs are key at any drag racing event. With the 10th Annual HOT ROD Drag Week underway, we are seeing some damn quick times already recorded. And that's what this week is all about: lightening fast times and monster power. Our friends over at HOT ROD have dived deep into Larry Larson's first full pass in his modified Chevrolet S-10 pickup truck.
Turbo cars are kind of like superheroes. They’re mild mannered, quiet and basically invisible to the public. But with a little prodding, they spin up fast and then the competition gets their shit wrecked. Growing up in Colorado, Matt Frost wasn’t a superhero. But thanks to his dad introducing him to fast cars at an early age, Matt started down the road to owning his current ride, a street-driven, 6-second-capable twin-turbo ’67 Nova.