Articles written by: Matt Griswold

Matt Griswold is the editor of OnAllCylinders. After a 10-year career writing for newspapers, he has spent the past six years writing about the automotive aftermarket and motorsports. He takes credit for coming up with the OnAllCylinders name even though it’s only partially true. He has been with OAC since its launch in 2012. He likes eight-second cars but has never driven one (unless half-miles count).

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SEMA 2017

A Closer Look at the Award-Winning Racepak Vantage CL1 Cloud-Based Data Kit Solution

LAS VEGAS, NV — Racepak has changed the game for logging, reviewing, and sharing vehicle (and driver!) performance data on and off the racetrack. You know how Netflix’s subscription-based video-streaming happened […]

Pipe organs use varying lengths and diameters of pipe to harmonize several sounds to make music. Borla's new exhaust technology is designed to emulate that. (Image/Dallas Morning News)
SEMA 2017

Borla Introduces Music-Inspired Polyphonic Exhaust Technology at SEMA 2017

LAS VEGAS, NV — Like many performance parts manufacturers, the exhaust experts at Borla incorporate mountains of vehicle data, advanced math algorithms, and precision measurements into their product design. But […]

Ford officials announced the company's return to NHRA's Nitro Funny Car series for 2018 at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas on Tuesday. Ford will sponsor Bob Tasca III's Funny Car next year. (Image/NHRA)
Motorsports

Ford to Return to NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing with 2018 Tasca III Sponsorship (Press Conference Video)

LAS VEGAS, NV — After a three-year hiatus from NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series sponsorship following Ford Racing’s exit from NHRA’s premier racing series after the 2014 season, the […]

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Motorsports

Race-Day Tuning is Often the Difference Between Winning and Losing

NORWALK, OH – We can’t control the weather. Just ask every bride, golfer or outdoor event planner, ever. In most life situations, temperature and precipitation are the only weather-related things […]

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Car Culture & Entertainment

Top Cars of the ’60s: #2 – 1969 Dodge Charger R/T

Editor’s Note: The decade of the 1960s is considered by many to be the greatest in American automotive history. There’s little mystery why. The 1960s gave birth to the “muscle car […]

Top Cars of the ’60s: #4 – 1969 Pontiac GTO “The Judge”
Car Culture & Entertainment

Top Cars of the ’60s: #4 – 1969 Pontiac GTO “The Judge”

Editor’s Note: The decade of the 1960s is considered by many to be the greatest in American automotive history. There’s little mystery why. The 1960s gave birth to the “muscle car […]

Rare-Vehicle Auction from Ron Hackenberger Collection Yields $2M+
Shows and Events

Rare-Vehicle Auction from Ron Hackenberger Collection Yields $2M+

The auction featuring more than 700 rare vehicles and auto-themed collectibles owned by collector Ron Hackenberger of Norwalk, OH, garnered more than $2 million from the sales. Day 1 of […]

Top Cars of the ’60s: #6 – 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500
Car Culture & Entertainment

Top Cars of the ’60s: #6 – 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500

Editor’s Note: The decade of the 1960s is considered by many to be the greatest in American automotive history. There’s little mystery why. The 1960s gave birth to the “muscle car […]

The 440 Six Pack version. Nasty. (Image/Myclassiccars.com)
News & Car Culture

Top Cars of the ’60s: #8 – 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

Editor’s Note: The decade of the 1960s is considered by many to be the greatest in American automotive history. There’s little mystery why. The 1960s gave birth to the “muscle […]

Over 700 Rare Vehicles from Ron Hackenberger Collection to Sell at Auction July 15-16
News & Car Culture

Over 700 Rare Vehicles from Ron Hackenberger Collection to Sell at Auction July 15-16

NORWALK, OH. — Hundreds of rare vehicles—most of them orphan cars—collected over the past few decades by Ron Hackenberger with the original intent of displaying them in a museum will […]