For 20 years, Don Schumacher Racing (DSR) has been one of the most successful teams in the NHRA, in a variety of professional classes. The team’s pursuit of excellence has netted them more than 300 NHRA event titles and 17 championships. As the team continued this pursuit of excellence, Don Schumacher and his team came to the decision that there was a need to add another business to the
It all began on a warm, summer evening back in 1968 in Park Hill, Missouri. That’s when Bo Black walked out of a movie theater and fell in love. His object of adoration? A souped-up black Plymouth GTX. From that point on, he was smitten with B-body Mopar® vehicles. That same year, with the help of his sister Sharon, he bought a 1968 Plymouth Road Runner. The rest, as they say, is history.
Two self-proclaimed Mopar® fanatics got hitched at the 2006 Mopar Mile-High NHRA Nationals.
Generally, racing is a game of numbers. How many wins, what was the final time, what is the final position in the standings, etc. However, when it comes to most drivers, including Leah Pritchett, these numbers tell some — but not all — of the story. In fact, the story of racing in 2018 is made up of some great numbers (and great moments) to review. Plus, some insight to take into the
In 1964, the world of Mopar® and motorsports changed forever. 1964 marked the introduction of the 426 HEMI® engine. A powerhouse that set a new standard then, and continues to be a highly relevant tool to creating horsepower to this very day. The HEMI engine was a mechanical marvel that was so successful it was banned from NASCAR after its first year. Today, it continues to be the basis of the e
A classic 70's muscle car with quite a mysterious history.
Beautiful factory TX9 black paint job with matching black and silver interior. Sport Satellite rear chrome trim and tail light bezels. Mopar® chrome wheel opening trim and the original 383 engine in the hardtop. Rocker belt and chrome trim capturing the fine detail. You have to wonder if it’s all too beautiful to be true.