Racing Rebirth—Jack Roush revitalized his legendary Mustang II Pro Stock racer with a fresh engine from Roush Competition Engines
Under a humid spring morning in March of 1974, Wayne Gapp and Jack Roush relaunched their fresh Mustang II Pro Stock machine for a weekend of match races during Gatornationals. The Mustang II only debuted six months prior, and the duo was quick to pick one up on the rumor that it was slipperier in the wind than even the venerable Pintos. Roush would pilot the new Mustang II, while Gapp drove his P...
Original Winning Al Joniec and John Calvert Cobra Jet Mustangs Will Highlight the 55th Anniversary Cobra Jet Reunion
Since its introduction in 1968, Cobra Jet Mustangs have played an important role in telling Ford's racing story. The record books date back to Al Joniec’s groundbreaking victory at the '68 NHRA Winternationals and history repeated itself with John Calvert’s equally historic triumph in Pomona four decades later. Amazingly, next week, NMRA fans will get a rare opportunity, June 8...
Bench Racer With Steve Turner—Ohio Retro
During the event season, there is plenty of excitement to behold. With each race the stakes get higher in the championship points chase, the records matter more, and on the NMRA side of things, we creep closer to the epic season finale in picturesque Bowling Green.
Where It Started—Weldon
With stringent aviation-quality regulations driving innovation for its automotive performance pumps and components, Weldon has fueled championship-winning racers with the highest-quality products for nearly five decades.
Bench Racer—Blast From The Fast
By the time you see these words, we'll already be deep into the racing season. Like letting go of the transbrake button, once the season starts it is a sprint to the finish line. At the midpoint of the NMRA season, however, the focus turns to the 3rd Annual Mickey Thompson NMRA Ford Homecoming at Summit Motorsports Park in Norwalk, Ohio.
Bench Racer With Steve Turner
During high school and college, I lived the Mustang dream vicariously through the pages of magazines. Eventually, I bought my first Fox and started modding it as best as a college kid could, but I lived for the days when the magazines would arrive in my mailbox.
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