There’s road racing…then there’s Irish road racing!

There’s road racing…then there’s Irish road racing!

By Victor Moore: When Stirling Moss, the 1950’s Formula One sensation, was asked how he compared today’s F1 competition with motorcycle racing’s MotoGP, he said F1 is interesting, MotoGP is exciting. He’s right, for how can any form of racing excite when there’s the...
Women Welders at the Lincoln Motor Company, circa 1918.

Women Welders at the Lincoln Motor Company, circa 1918.

By Martha Maglone: Ninety-nine years ago, in Dearborn, Michigan, engineer Henry M. Leland and his son Wilfred established a car production company and called it Lincoln, paying homage to the former US President. The company produced its first automobile in 1917, the...
How steering columns relate to ergonomics:

How steering columns relate to ergonomics:

Making hot rods a pleasure to live with. By Ben Mozart: If you aspire to own or build a great hot rod, especially a street rod, never take the positioning of a steering column for granted. Variations in cockpit and seat dimensions, particularly seat height, as well as...
Labor of Love

Labor of Love

A supercharger with a low-boost fix and how it was almost never made. Published in the July issue of Power and Performance News In their delivery of instantaneous power, superchargers flourish when compared to turbochargers. They suffer no turbo lag. Beyond this there...
Hemi vs. Wedge Shootout:

Hemi vs. Wedge Shootout:

Jon Kaase settles one of the most fiercely debated topics of all time with the ultimate dyno test. Written by Stephen Kim. Photos by Vic Moore. Published in the August issue of Car Craft, August 2016. Click here to read the full story.