Video: Reconnecting with the Original Summit Racing Catalog Cover Car Video: Reconnecting with the Original Summit Racing Catalog Cover Car
Team Summit’s Anderson, Line Share Thoughts on Closing of Englishtown’s Famed Raceway Park Team Summit’s Anderson, Line Share Thoughts on Closing of Englishtown’s Famed Raceway Park
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Are the 2000s the Best Decade in Automotive History? The Ford GT hearkened back to the legendary GT-40, which terrorized  the Le Mans circuit back in the 1960s. (Image/Autoblog.com)
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Englishtown’s Old Bridge Township Raceway Park Closes Dragstrip

(Updated: 11 a.m. ET on 1/18/18) Track officials at Englishtown, NJ-based Old Bridge Township Raceway Park (or simply “Englishtown” for short) announced that it is ceasing all drag racing operations […]

Featured Vehicles Video: Reconnecting with the Original Summit Racing Catalog Cover Car

Video: Reconnecting with the Original Summit Racing Catalog Cover Car

Summit Racing is celebrating its 50th year in 2018. It seems like the famous Summit Racing catalog has been around just as long, but the company didn’t actually create its first […]

LS Engines The LS7 was found in the 2006-13 Corvette Z06 and 2013 427, plus the 2014-15 Camaro Z/28. (Image/GM Corporate Newsroom)

LS7 Engine Specs: Performance, Bore & Stroke, Cylinder Heads, Cam Specs & More

Mechanically similar, General Motors’ LS and LS-based Vortec engines wound up on almost every branch of the GM family tree: Chevy, Pontiac, GMC, Cadillac, Buick—heck, even Saab, Hummer, and Isuzu got some […]

Car Culture & Entertainment The Ford GT hearkened back to the legendary GT-40, which terrorized  the Le Mans circuit back in the 1960s. (Image/Autoblog.com)

Are the 2000s the Best Decade in Automotive History?

Similar to old-school turbochargers, the 2000s took a little while to get going as the world faced new threats, battles and challenges beyond the streets, and racetracks—but get going the […]

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Q&A

Mailbag: Supercharging a Small Block in a 1959 Chevy 4×4 Truck

You’ve got questions. We’ve got answers—the Summit Racing tech department tackles your automotive-related conundrums. This week, we’re suggesting upgrades for a supercharged 1959 Chevy Pickup with a 400 small block motor. Q: […]

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Product Profiles

Parts Bin: Roll-N-Lock Retractable Tonneau Covers

From time to time, OnAllCylinders will provide a peek at some of the newest products and deals that can help get your next project on track for less. Check out […]

Top Fan Ride of December: Craig’s 1974 Chevrolet Nova
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Top Fan Ride of December: Craig’s 1974 Chevrolet Nova

The inspiration for Craig Richey’s 1974 Nova is pretty obvious. The car has a distinctive military theme, but that wasn’t exactly the plan when the Gladstone, MO resident started out. […]

The Nissan 300ZX was one of the Japanese halo cars to change the automotive performance landscape during the 1990s. (Image/Road and Track)
Car Culture & Entertainment

Are the 1990s the Best Decade in Automotive History?

The 1990s had several significant milestones that could easily cement it as the best decade in automotive history. For starters, Ford launched its new Explorer, which kicked the SUV market […]

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Tech

What’s the Difference Between a Ford 351 Windsor, Cleveland, or Modified Engine?

Engines are often identified by their displacement, like the ubiquitous Chevy 350, Mopar 440, or Ford Five-Oh. But displacement alone isn’t always the best differentiator, and nowhere is that more […]

The LS7 was found in the 2006-13 Corvette Z06 and 2013 427, plus the 2014-15 Camaro Z/28. (Image/GM Corporate Newsroom)
LS Engines

LS7 Engine Specs: Performance, Bore & Stroke, Cylinder Heads, Cam Specs & More

Mechanically similar, General Motors’ LS and LS-based Vortec engines wound up on almost every branch of the GM family tree: Chevy, Pontiac, GMC, Cadillac, Buick—heck, even Saab, Hummer, and Isuzu got some […]

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Car Culture & Entertainment

Are the 1980s the Best Decade in Automotive History?

The 1980s were a decade of continued automotive innovation, as features like fuel injection, turbocharging, and airbags became commonplace. The use of digital dashboards increased as well, predicting the modern adaptive […]

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Motorsports

Englishtown’s Old Bridge Township Raceway Park Closes Dragstrip

(Updated: 11 a.m. ET on 1/18/18) Track officials at Englishtown, NJ-based Old Bridge Township Raceway Park (or simply “Englishtown” for short) announced that it is ceasing all drag racing operations […]

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Featured Vehicles

Lot Shots Find of the Week: 1965 Chevrolet Impala

A parking lot is a parking lot—unless it’s the Summit Racing parking lot. On any given day or time, the lot outside a Summit Racing store can turn into an […]

Instead of focusing on performance, many cars (like this Chrysler Cordoba) highlighted luxury features like "rich, Corinthian leather."  (Image/Mac's Motor City Garage)
Car Culture & Entertainment

Are the 1970s the Best Decade in Automotive History?

The decade of the 1970s has adopted the ominous nickname “malaise era” among gearheads. At first glance, it’s easy to see why folks aren’t too fond of the seventies—performance was […]