•     S&W is pleased to offer something unique and special to you, this holiday season.   The lightweight 3D Printed plastic dragster ornaments are available in 4 colors:
  • Iconic doorslammer chassis builder Jerry Bickel believes the newest '55 Chevy Bel-Air body will become to Pro Modified what the '69 Camaro is at the present. This newest shell, originally designed by Bob Mandell and financed by Tim Wallace, this is the first of its type in carbon fiber, offers the lightest and most aerodynamic version in the marketplace today. Bickel says the molds, now built by Larry Jeffers, will offer a weight savings of 35-pounds. Jerry Bickel Race Cars is an authorized distributor of these new bodies.
  •   It’s been a while since Brian Prins drag raced; however, it hasn’t been a long since he’s helped a friend or two at the drag races. In those visits, one thing has remained constant. Pit mats are still a heavy, filthy and aggravating necessity to deal with.  Prins said the experience finally got to the point where he wanted to build a better mousetrap, thus leading to the creation of the Stealth Mat.  “Being involved in racing for almost 40 years and being a racer, I couldn’t stand the pit mats I had to deal with every year,” Prins explained. “it didn’t take long for me to determine they were a heavy piece of trash that lost their value after just a few races. That’s not to mention the burden of loading and unloading.”