Pit pass from a winning team.
Photos by K. Diossi
“There’s nothing stock about a Stock Car.”, so says fictional racing legend Harry Hogg from 1990’s Days of Thunder. And while I am a proponent of the “stock sucks” philosophy, when it comes to auto racing my heart lies with actual stock cars (something NASCAR Cup racing gave up decades ago). There’s just something about watching a factory-bodied Mustang out there beating up on the competition that hits me right in the feels. And when it comes to Mustang racing it’s tough to beat the excitement of the IMSA Continental Tires SportsCar Challenge series.
Mustang Week reaches its peak at Friday’s car show at Myrtle Beach Mall
By Steve Turner At this point, it’s hard to imagine that Mustang Week began as a simple cruise-in at the Hard Rock Café in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Today it has become the preeminent event for street performance Mustangs of all kinds. Since we began attending the event many years ago, it has grown each year and in 2015 that trend definitely continued. Continue reading
Get Ready To Rock
SVTPerformance to host Ready to Rock Night Powered by SCT & Fueled by Monster Energy at Mustang Week 2015
Summer time is all about vacations, and the ultimate Mustang vacation is held this July. It is Mustang Week 2015. This event offers every kind of Mustang entertainment you can imagine—from car shows and cruise-ins to drag racing and autocrossing—but what better way to maximize your Mustang fun in Myrtle Beach than to party with Ford fans and celebrities.
Dean Martin makes a 2010 GT better, stronger, and faster with Boss parts
Photos by StacyStangz
Picture this. You walk into your local Ford dealership ready to lay down your loot to order a 2012-2013 Boss 302 Mustang. You’re talking to the salesman and the conversation goes something like this…
Twice as Nice
Dean Martin dominates the World Challenge GTS class at the Detroit Grand Prix for the second year in a row
Photos by StacyStangz
It’s not every day that you are embedded with a team racing for a win on an international stage—much less two wins—but that was just the opportunity that SVTP was recently given by Rehagen Racing‘s Dean Martin. You might know Dean from his former job as SVT chassis engineer during the Gen II Lightning, 2000 Cobra R, and Terminator eras. Essentially, Dean was the SVT pilot who tested and tuned the suspensions of the nastiest Fords of the time.