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Billy Glidden Crashes Testing 5-second 240 MPH Pro Modified Ford Mustang

Ford stalwart and champion drag racer Billy Glidden was involved in a vicious crash at Orlando Speed World in Orlando, Florida, while testing his 5-second 240-plus mph Pro Modified Ford Mustang.

Last Call: Snoopy vs. the Red Baron Edition

Two wheeling with a best friend is great, doing so with a best friend that can engage attacking enemy biplanes is even better.

The Adventures of Krass & Bernie: The Backwoods Witch

Broken down on a deserted stretch of road, Bernie falls under the spell of a wrench witch that dwells in the ruins of a long-forgotten gas station.

Aston Martin Shows F1 Pride with Red Bull Racing Edition Vantage

Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing have been enjoying an “innovation partnership” for the last few years, and quite frankly, so have we.

Camshaft Shootout: Lobe-Separation Angle Tested and Explained

If the cylinder heads are the lungs of an engine, the camshaft is the brain. It affects the powerband and temperament of a motor more than any other single part, and a slight change can turn a car from a mild-tempered grocery-getter to a downright nasty machine.

GALLERY: World Series of Asphalt Monday

Fans of Late Model and Modified racing on the asphalt had a full plate of action Monday night at New Smyrna Speedway’s World Series of Asphalt.

Traditional Hot Rods—And Good Taste—Return to the 68th Grand National Roadster Show

“Dreadful,” “incoherent,” “baroque” … Detractors of “America’s Most Beautiful Roadster” (AMBR) competition were not exactly sparing venomous adjectives to describe the vehicles, which battled during the first decade of the century.

How Do You Make A GT350 Faster? Add Twin Turbos!

If there’s one thing that goes together better than peas and carrots it’s boost and Coyote engines. The power-per-cubic-inch gains under pressure are not matched by any other modern OEM V8.

Smokey Stories: Bobby Johns and George Hurst

Smokey explains his colorful relationships with Bobby Johns and George Hurst I was fortunate to have known George Hurst, having met him in the mid-60s while on the staff of Hot Rod magazine.  He was intelligent, very market savvy and willing to step out of the proverbial box to sell high performance aftermarket products.  Perhaps best known for his shifters and motor mounts for engine swaps, he traveled the country promoting his wares, not the least of which were his creation and use of the Hurst “Golden Shifter” girls, the most notable of whom was probably Linda Vaughn.

Track Tuesday: Name That Track

Welcome to Track Tuesday where you are asked to identify a (maybe) famous race or test track from just one closely-cropped aerial image.

False Neutral #47: Geeking Out on Two-Strokes

Despite the lede image, we only say a couple of words about the Alpha BMW …but it was too cool a shot not to include!

Hooniverse Asks: What’s the Funniest Family Car Name?

The badge on the boot lid of the 1962-70 Iso Rivolta IR300/340 is, like every other aspect of the car, a thing of beauty.

Last Call: Drunk Decisions Edition

There’s only one acceptable explanation for having bought an old Range Rover… Last Call indicates the end of Hooniverse’s broadcast day.  It’s meant to be an open forum for anyone and anything.

Our Cars: 1995 Peugeot 306. Overcoming a failure to proceed.

On Friday I was forced to walk some two hundred yards when our venerable Peugeot 306 threw up a variety of warning lights on the dashboard, accompanied by a loss of power.

First 1969 Dodge Charger 500 Remains in Amazing Unrestored Condition

While organizing a special Icons of Design category for the annual Eyes on Design car show in 2016, I caught wind of a special Hemi-powered Mopar hidden away in the Great White North.

Scottsdale 2017: What’s Trending in the Muscle Car Market?

Over the last decade especially, the high-profile Barrett-Jackson auction held each January in Scottsdale, Arizona, evolved into one of the best-attended spectator events on the classic car calendar.

After 35 Years in Storage, Day-Two 1967 Chevrolet Camaro SS350 Back Better Than Ever

When Bruce Mercer purchased his 1967 Camaro SS350 in 1972, he could hardly have imagined that he would still own it in pristine condition some 45 years later.

Because it’s Monday: Let’s Watch Motorweek’s Pat Goss Go Rollerskating

The Maxton Rollerskate was the brainchild of Bob Sutherland, the owner of a chain of lumber yards in Colorado, and organizer of the Colorado Grand vintage road rally.

Race, Daily, Restore: Modern Pentathletes

Five cylinder engines were once an oddity. Over the last quarter of the Twentieth century, they became fairly common, especially in European cars.

Hooniverse Asks: What Car Maker is a One-Hit Wonder For You?

First off, let me apologize for the image of Robert Matthew Van Winkle up there. I know that may trigger some musical PTSDs for some people.