This wild looking Mercedes Diesel Motorcyle looks like something from the set of Mad Max. From the Rat Rod Magazine Build Off and Shapiro Steelfest 2016.
Kalitta Motorsports has announced the expansion to a third Top Fuel dragster team to be driven by Troy Coughlin, Jr., beginning in the 2017 season. This announcement aligns two of the legendary names in the sport, Kalitta and Coughlin, for the first time.
We couldn’t help but run over to this Chevelle as soon as we saw it pull up to the first track at Drag Week 16’, with two MASSIVE turbos protruding from the hood – it was the epitome of an “eye-catcher”. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that it was built by some hilarious race enthusiast from the land down under..STRYAY baby! These guys always offered entertainment, despite the obstacles prompted by a 1000 miles of driving. Can’t wait to see whats in store for us next year!
Finally, a diesel swap on Roadkill! Fans asked for it, but they couldn’t have seen this coming: the victim is a 1991 Cadillac Brougham, now converted into the swingin’ Broughammer with a Cummins turbodiesel! Join Freiburger and Finnegan with special guests Tony Angelo and Lucky Costa from the Hot Rod Garage show as they hit Colorado, dig through a private junkyard, and emerge with black-smoking, tire-churning, sky-launching power. Roadkill is powered by Dodge—this time, literally!
“It looks like a troublemaker car.” David Spade takes Jay Leno for a ride in his sleeper 1987 Buick Grand National. Premiere episodes of Jay Leno’s Garage return to CNBC this November!
In this episode of Hot Rod Garage presented by Lincoln Tech, our hosts Tony Angelo and Lucky Costa take the HRG project cars from last season and drag race them against each other! We’ve got the Bonemaro, Project X, Rollsmokey, Furyroadmaster, Lucky’s Chevelle, and Tony’s Demon 340! First, we’ve got to get them all track ready, and that means fitting new brakes and 15-inch wheels and tires on the Project X—and the Bonemaro and Lucky’s Chevelle each get drivetrain upgrades! See which is the fastest!
Alton Holsted driving the All Parts Auto Salvage ’63 Corvette Pro Mod went for a wild ride during the Street Machine Shootout at Ozark Raceway Park. Luckily the veteran driver got her calmed back down and back on 4 tires.
Pro Mod racer Jay Payne walked away from a wild ride when Payne’s Camaro went out of control near the finish line and made contact retaining wall before coming to a stop Friday at the AAA Midwest Nationals at Gateway Motorsports Park.