Crazy Classic Camaro – Supercharged Monster

This crazy classic Camaro definitely falls into the category of ‘ground-pounders’. What began as a 1972 Chevrolet Camaro now looks like a shiny new Hot Wheels car with a giant blower poking through the hood. This burnt orange masterpiece sounds just like rolling thunder. We’ll find the owner and see what’s going on under the hood. Bobby says he’s running a 540 cubic-inch big block with a 14-71 blower strapped to it – “nothing fancy”, he goes on to say. The crew is still trying to get the bugs worked out. So, they ain’t making but about 2000hp. Ground pounder! Read More

TT Mustang GT350 vs Corvette, Hellcat and Lamborghini – Street Hits

What? Street racing before dark? You gotta love that! These competitors have dipped down into Old Mexico for some roll racing under the bright sunshine. For the sake of safety and fairness, this type of racing is typically conducted in the wee hours of the morning (before daylight). This clip yields a rare look at some roll racing by top tier competition. Take a gander. The camera car (and focal point) for today is a modified (twin turbo) Ford Mustang Shelby GT500. It is silver in color; with black racing stripes. In the first matchup, the GT350 takes on a Read More

Sweet Ford F-150 – Turbo Coyote Masterpiece

You won’t hear me say it often, but this truck is a work of art. The owner has built a real showstopper of an F-150 using a Ford powertrain and a combination of OEM and aftermarket performance parts. The exterior is outstanding with Recon lighting and tastefully modified OEM badging, this thing is sleek and low. Slicks out back are on 17-inch wheels and the fronts are 20s. The interior is a pilot’s dream. Seriously comfortable racing seats and harnesses round out the look that says, “all business”. The engine is a modular Coyote 5.0-liter with a BOSS factory intake. Read More

2020 Toyota Supra MKV vs Dodge Demon

We head out to Jean Lake Bed 30 miles outside Las Vegas, NV with the Savage Garage Crew to have some fun with their Trophy Truck, Parkers Toyota Supra, a Dodge Demon and a BMW E30. Gear we use: https://goo.gl/4AczKS      

1100HP EVO IX vs. 280WHP Ninja H2 – Track Hits

On a different note – this clip brings us a contest between an all-wheel drive sedan and a motorcycle. Both are radically modified for performance and speed. Typically the two-wheeled competitor takes the stripe in this type of contest but, since they trapped a similar speed, we figured what the heck. Here’s what happened. The bike is a Kawasaki Ninja H2. It is supercharged and has been tuned for performance. As it says in the title; this thing is capable of making 280whp and (of course) it’s super lightweight. The car is a bit more complicated. It begins with a Read More

Old vs. New – Mustang Shelby GT500

How fast is fast enough? Obviously much faster today than it was fifty-years ago. This clip takes us on a journey all the way back to the beginnings of the Ford Mustang. It pits a Gen I Shelby GT500, one of the most powerful of the original muscle cars, against a Gen VI Shelby GT500. The Gen VI is an example of the new breed of muscle car coming out of Detroit over the last few years. The old is represented by a stunning 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Fastback with a 7.0-liter Cobra Jet V8 engine. This piece of Read More

Big Daddy Don Garlits Drives 1000HP Redeye

Big Daddy is a legend in NHRA Drag Racing. He won countless races and championships – most of them when I wasn’t even a twinkle in my daddy’s eye. He is a true pioneer in the world of drag racing. Today, he will be introduced to the brand-new world of Detroit performance. It will come in the form of a 2019 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye Widebody Extreme tuned by Brenton Brown, owner of Forza Tuning and Performance in Clearwater, Florida. If I were a betting man – and I am – I would bet that Big Daddy is still Read More

7-Second Grocery Getter – Worlds Quickest Wagon

This ain’t your momma’s station wagon! This wild looking grocery getter blasts outta the hole and rolls through the quarter mile like funds through a gearhead’s bank account. It is fast. Since 2004, Eric Kenward (Racing) has tried a multitude of different configurations in this G-Body Wagon. He’s finally settled on a big motor and big turbo setup and it’s working fabulously well for him. With passes in the low sevens, he has realistic aspirations that he might drop into the elusive sixes soon. Typically, Eric is running a 400+ cubic-inch engine with an 88-millimeter Garrett turbocharger. Finding himself in Read More

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