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The Rowdy Race Cars of PRI [200-Photo Gallery]

Indy’s Performance Racing Industry (PRI) show is the mecca of all things mechanical for motorsport. You’ll notice some of them are dented and dirty, while others are pristine machines, but none of them are posing with the looks of performance — PRI is where the race cars lie, and there’s few places where so many different forms of motorsport come together to push their latest products and ideas.

The Best Circle Track Cars on Display at PRI

PRI never disappoints when it comes to eye candy for race fans. We went from aisle to aisle to find the sweetest looking race cars at this year’s show.

New E3 Products at PRI #TENPRI16

It seemed as though it would just be a matter of time before E3 Spark Plugs introduced a new line of performance products.  That time has come at this year’s PRI Show.

New E3 Products at PRI #TENPRI16

It seemed as though it would just be a matter of time before E3 Spark Plugs introduced a new line of performance products.  That time has come at this year’s PRI Show.

Joe Carroll Pulls Spec Puzzle Pieces Together to Win AMSOIL Engine Masters Challenge Big-Block Class

For the 2016 AMSOIL Engine Master’s Challenge Presented by HOT ROD, the Spec Big-Block class limited builders to off-the-shelf Edelbrock cylinder heads, but allowed porting and chamber modifications so long as the valves retained the original dimensions from Edelbrock and no material was added to the head with epoxy or welding.

Rescued From a Shop’s Rafters, the World’s Lightest Fuel Dragster Is Back! Meet the “Underdog”

 This Little Doggie Had the Bark and the Bite When late-night bench racing gets around to comparing “weight freaks,” there’s never a shortage of nominees.

How to Build an 850HP Big-Block Chevy

Atlas Performance Builds Nearly 850 HP The Atlas Performance team of Bret Bowers, Jason Gonzalez, Keegan Dykeman, and Cole Wagner had to split development time between this Spec Big-Block and the Nitrous engine they also competed in the 2016 running of the AMSOIL Engine Masters Challenge, Presented by HOT ROD.

From the Archives: 1965 Dodge Coronet Undergoes a Facelift by Gary Dyer

In the early days of match-race madness, the primordial ooze that spawned Funny Cars—a 1965 Dodge Coronet, brimming with quarter-mile legacy—undergoes a facelift at the hands of mechanic Gary Dyer.

Car craft automotive news and readers rides

Blue Mistress Who: John Reagan Where: Firestone, CO What: 1970 Chevelle Malibu Restomod Why: John said his “Blue Mistress” is co-owned by a friend he has known for 20 years.

Al Ritter’s Wicked Cool 1952 Chevy 3100

Like any other kid growing up, Al Ritter of Cockeysville, Maryland, cut his teeth on Hot Rod and Car Craft magazines while hanging out at the local corner store with his friends.


It’s almost like getting a look at your Christmas presents before you get the chance to rip off the wrapping paper.

Wrenchin’ Wednesday: Don’t Get Your Hood Hinges Twisted With This DIY Spring Removal Tool

Wrenchin’ Wednesday is here, and we’ve got a quick way to save your hood hinges while we’re unpacking our bags for the Performance Racing Industry show.

Arlen Kurtis Has Died

Arlen Kurtis, son of fabled Indycar builder Frank Kurtis has died. Besides Kurtis’ prolific string of hundreds of Indy 500 roadsters, Champ dirt cars, quarter midgets, three-quarter midgets, Bonneville cars, dragsters, and other open wheel racing endeavors in the 1950 and 1960s, he also built a series of roadsters in the early 1950s for the street, and more importantly, for road racing.

Double Take: Barnfind Shortened ’57 Bel Air Convertible

Traveling through Alabama on my way to another lead, I was in the middle of nowhere when I spied the tail of a 1957 Chevrolet Bel-Air Convertible sitting neglected in a carport.

This Gorgeous and Rare 1970 Oldsmobile 4-4-2 W-30 Was Once a Basket Case

The passion Bob Stokes has for cars was formed early. He drove his dad’s 1956 T-bird in high school, and he has owned a diverse array of classic and muscle cars since, from a 1963 Impala to a 1959 Rambler Cross Country station wagon he used as a hauler for his wife and two children.

Coming in the March 2017 Issue of Hot Rod Deluxe: The Wet ’n’ Wild Race of Gentlemen West

Who cares if it was raining? The West Coast version of The Race of Gentlemen was an outstanding event.

Lifelong Oldsmobile Enthusiast John Trial Builds the Car of His Dreams

John Trial’s passion for Oldsmobile traces back to earliest childhood. “My father was an Olds man,” he explains.

Trains, Tractors and Junked Cars Amongst The Redwoods

Just above the Silicon Valley is an area you could call the iron mountains. West of San Jose, patches of land in the hills near Saratoga, California are covered with sky-scraping redwood trees.

Alan & Julie Snyder 1956 Cameo

Alan Synder’s first encounter with seeing a Cameo truck was when the local funeral director hauled flowers from the church to the cemetery.

Mind-Blowing Carbon-Fiber ’Cuda—With Parts You Can Buy Too!

Considering that SEMA is far and away the largest automotive aftermarket show on the planet, how you present your company and its products there can have a large impact on potential clients, other businesses, and enthusiasts.