The Outcast Wins No Prep Kings

Street Outlaws’ No Prep Kings served with a side of diesel? Sounds good to us! It all went down in Ennis, Texas on October 26-27 and Tony Rizzi’s Duramax-powered ’37 Chevy, known as the Outcast, took the big win. But it was anything but easy. On the first night of action, an oil fire ... Read More >>


Firepunk’s Prep for No Prep

After exploding their GT55 during the S10’s exhibition pass at the PDRA World Finals, the Firepunk Diesel crew wasted no time readying the Save the Racks Pro Mod for its next race. First and foremost, the head was pulled and immediately sent to Wagler Competition Products to be gone through. Then new sleeves... Read More >>



New 7.3L 4×4 Record

The long-awaited debut of Brian Jelich’s ’00-based F-350 has been anything but disappointing. In less than two months, his 7.3L-powered ride has already been in the 5’s in the eighth-mile, and at Diesel Truck Wars he reset the 7.3L 4×4 record. As a bonus, Jelich’s 5.76-second pass at 121 mph was made without... Read More >>



New Best Quarter-Mile Pass for the Pink Panther

TIf you were wondering where all the go-fast VP44 parts went when Stainless Diesel’s Johnny Gilbert bumped up to a 2,500hp common-rail, look no further than the Pink Panther. The pink Chevy S10 is piloted by Stainless Diesel’s Roy Currier Jr. and over the weekend it... Read More >>


FCA Issues EGR Cooler Recall for EcoDiesel

On October 25, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) issued a voluntary recall for an estimated 107,898 EcoDiesel-powered Ram 1500’s. The recall was ordered after an internal investigation discovered microscopic cracks in some exhaust gas recirculation coolers. When cracks... Read More >>


RPM Act Reintroduced in U.S. Senate

In an effort to preserve motorsports as we know it, SEMA officials were able to convince U.S. Senators to reintroduce the RPM Act in Congress. The Recognizing the Protection of Motorsports Act of 2019 is a bipartisan bill designed to uphold Americans’ right to convert... Read More >>


SOTA Offroad Closes Its Doors

In unfortunate industry news, SOTA Offroad has voluntarily ceased all operations. After battling health issues and being unable to secure a new equity partner for the brand, company President, Brock Weld, was forced to shut down. In a public letter, Weld stated that the trade war with China, namely the ever-increasing tariffs... Read More >>