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Andrew Wolf Associate Editor

Andrew has been involved in motorsports from a very young age. Over the years, he has photographed several major auto racing events, sports, news journalism, portraiture, and everything in between. After working with the PowerTV staff for some time on a freelance basis, Andrew joined the team in 2010.


Jeff Lutz and company were out at Midwest Street Cars in OKC last week, where his badass new “Evil Twin” 1957 Chevrolet uncorked a stout 2,140 horses on ‘just’ 28 lbs. of boost.

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We’ve teamed with the gang at Hughes to not only deliver us a top-flight piece for BlownZ this season, but also to take us (and you, the reader) on a guided walk-though of the construction of their Turbo 400′s.

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This street/strip 1968 Plymouth Barracuda that’s being offered for sale by the team at Rick Jones Race Cars has a former NHRA Pro Stock 500-inch Mopar Hemi under the hood, making around 1,300 horsepower.

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On Monday, Rich Christensen, the creator and former host of PINKS and PINKS: All Out spoke with Dragzine about the recent acquisition of and plans gong forward for PINKS: All Out.

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Engine building ninja Steve Morris recently revealed one of the latest and most impressive projects to go through his shop — a 615ci, twin-turbo BBC making 3,000 horsepower — destined for a Bentley in the UK.

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Is PINKS: All Out, the made-for-TV grass roots drag racing series of events hosted by the infamous Rich Christensen set to make a return to production? If sources are to be believed, then the answer is yes.

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The sprawling Pheasant Run Resort in St. Charles, Illinois once again played host to the annual Race & Performance Expo, now in its seventh year, to thousands of racers and automotive enthusiasts over the weekend.

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The seventh annual Race & Performance Expo at the Pheasant Run Resort is just around the corner, happening the weekend of February 22nd and 23rd in St. Charles, Illinois.

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As you look closer at this modified Toyota Celica intended to look like a drag car with some unique hot rodding ingenuity on the surface, you’ll find that it’s not at all what it appears to be.

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Join us for an inside look at Racepak’s LDX Logger Dash, part of their entry-level UDX line of programmable dashes, that brings data acquisition capability right to the fingertips of grass roots racers.

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With an all-steel, stock appearing cab and bed and an alcohol-gulping, supercharged big block Chevrolet under the hood, Andrew and Austin Stephens’ Chevy C10 pickup is as cool as it gets.

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Edelbrock engineers some 200 new products each and every year, and that takes a lot of research and development on a range of vehicles, many of them coming direct from their customers.

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England’s own Andy Frost owns the quickest run ever by a street legal, street-driven vehicle, and this satire video poking fun at the Drag Week crowd shows he’s taking the banter all in stride.

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Flowmaster, a leading manufacturer of high-performance mufflers and exhaust systems, has renewed its title sponsorship of the NMCA Muscle Car Nationals and NMCA WEST Street Car Nationals series for 2014.

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Ken Skinner has been hard at work transforming this forgotten, rusted-out ’52 Henry J car into a thoroughbred racer, with Chris Alston’s Chassisworks components as the basis for the chassis and suspension setup.

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Like so many other manufacturers today, the QA1 staff passes their in-house knowledge base on to its customers in the form of detailed tech-tip video shorts, like these clips on ride height and shock valving.

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