Articles written by: David Fuller

David Fuller is OnAllCylinders' managing editor. During his 20-year career in the auto industry, he has covered a variety of races, shows, and industry events and has authored articles for multiple magazines. He has also partnered with mainstream and trade publications on a wide range of editorial projects. In 2012, he helped establish OnAllCylinders, where he enjoys covering all facets of hot rodding and racing.

Need Father’s Day Gift Ideas? Add Some Muscle to Dad’s Man Cave!
Buyer's Guides / Father's Day / News & Car Culture / Parts

Need Father’s Day Gift Ideas? Add Some Muscle to Dad’s Man Cave!

Ah, the man cave. It’s that magical, happy place where the beer is always cold, the remote control is always within reach, and scratching and belching is not only allowed […]

Greg Anderson's Pro Stock Camaro Rendering
Events / Motorsports

Race Preview: Anderson to Debut Camaro, Line to Bid Farewell to GXP

For the first time since the KB Racing team’s inaugural season in 2002, four-time NHRA Pro Stock champion Greg Anderson took to the track last week in a Chevrolet-branded race […]

First Look: Aeromotive’s Stealth Fuel Tanks for 1967-69 F-Body Engine Swaps
New Products / Product Profiles

First Look: Aeromotive’s Stealth Fuel Tanks for 1967-69 F-Body Engine Swaps

When customers talk, the guys at Aeromotive listen. Aeromotive F-Body Stealth Fuel Tanks for 1967-69 Camaro are the latest proof of that. The new fuel tanks, soon to make their […]

American Pride: Memorial Day on Wheels
Featured Vehicles / Memorial Day

American Pride: Memorial Day on Wheels

This story originally appeared on the Summit Racing website in September 2010, but is worth second, third, and fourth looks as we commemorate Memorial Day. A special one-of-a-kind version of […]

Commemorate Memorial Day with OnAllCylinders!
Memorial Day / News & Car Culture

Commemorate Memorial Day with OnAllCylinders!

Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start of summer. It’s a time for cookouts, picnics, and family gatherings. And for many of us, we simply look forward to the extra […]

Monday Mailbag: Making Gas Mileage Count
Q&A / Tech

Monday Mailbag: Making Gas Mileage Count

Got questions? We’ve got the answers—Mondays when the Summit Racing tech department tackles your automotive-related conundrums. This week, we’re getting you ready for travel season by sharing some tips on […]

Cover Story: How to Choose the Right Tonneau Cover
Buyer's Guides / How Tos / Parts / Tech

Cover Story: How to Choose the Right Tonneau Cover

Conventional wisdom used to say: “Drive your truck with the tailgate down and you’ll reduce drag and save gas. Better yet, just take it off and you’ll be lighter, too!” […]

Project X-Box Update: Denny Terzich’s Pro Touring 1955 Chevy
Featured Vehicles / News & Car Culture

Project X-Box Update: Denny Terzich’s Pro Touring 1955 Chevy

Hot rod builder Denny Terzich is at it again. And once again, he’s bringing Summit Racing along for the ride. His latest project, a Pro Touring-style 1955 Chevy, is in […]

Parking Lot Engine Swap: The Movie!
How Tos / Product Installs / Tech / Tech Projects / Videos & Galleries

Parking Lot Engine Swap: The Movie!

OnAllCylinders proudly presents a movie about a car that only runs on seven cylinders. Yeah…the irony isn’t lost on us. Editors from Hot Rod magazine drove an ailing El Camino 500 […]

Dyno Duel: Engine vs. Chassis Dynos & What You Should Know
Tech / Tech Articles

Dyno Duel: Engine vs. Chassis Dynos & What You Should Know

So you just A) bought a high performance engine; B) bolted some go-fast parts on your existing engine, or C) built a brand new engine. Now you’re chomping at the […]