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.

Automotive & Aftermarket News

Prototype 1965 Shelby GT350R Sells for Record-Breaking $3.85 Million

A 1965 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R sold at auction for a record-breaking $3.85 million this past weekend by Mecum Auctions in Indianapolis, IN. That sale price eclipses the $3.74 million […]

Tech / Tech Articles

Cleetus McFarland Builds a Burnout Delivery Van for Summit Racing!

6.0L LS/14-bolt rear-end combo? Check. 100 shot of nitrous–give or take? Check And a welded diff. and new sidepipes, too! The Summit Racing Burnout Van is ready to make its […]

Virtual Super Summit

Call Your Shot in the Virtual Super Summit Fun Runs

Virtual Super Summit is underway on Summit Racing’s Facebook and other social media pages. In most years, the actual Super Summit offers participants a chance to make “fun runs” down […]

Events

Virtual Super Summit is Coming, June 8-13

Sure, we’d all rather be at an ACTUAL car show. But in these times of social distancing, we’ve been forced to get a little creative to make the best of […]

Automotive & Aftermarket News / Events / News & Car Culture

Starved for More Live On-Track Competition? Cleetus McFarland & Summit Racing Present Burnout Rivals

We LOVE drag racing. Roundy-round and Autocross are awesome, too. We haven’t met a flavor race competition we don’t like, actually. But if you need to blow off steam like […]

How Tos / Tech / Videos & Galleries

Video: How to Polish a Thrust Bearing (and Why You’d Want to in the First Place!)

In an earlier video, we covered the process of checking crankshaft end play.  As our partners at Summit Racing explained, crankshaft end play, or thrust, is a delicate balance. Too […]

Tech / Tech Articles

Hot Rod Home School (Lesson #5): Firing Orders, Essential Formulas & Other Engine Basics

Next up on our quarantine classroom lesson plan: engine basics. “Engine basics” is a very broad term, and fans on Summit Racing’s Facebook page suggested covering things like firing orders […]

How Tos

Hot Rod Home School (Lesson #4): Tips for Cleaning and Maintaining Tools

It’s not as sexy as cracking open a hood and getting your hands dirty. However, the process of cleaning, maintaining, and otherwise taking care of shop tools was among the […]

Videos & Galleries

Hot Rod Home School (Lesson #3): How to Replace Brake Rotors and Pads

Hot Rod Home School continues with your another job that aspiring home mechanics can perform to get their feet wet: brake replacement. Particularly, we’re talking about brake pads and brake […]

How Tos

Idle Vehicles Can Spell Trouble for Some Hybrid Owners…Here’s How to Avoid Problems

Social distancing might be a good thing for mankind right now, but it’s proven to be troublesome for some hybrid vehicle owners. More specifically, it’s led to issues for hybrid […]