Q&A: Rodger Lee of Ironworks Speed and Kustom
South Elgin to SEMA| 06/30/2017
Steve Schertz, the Automotive Technology Director at South Elgin High School in South Elgin, IL is dedicated to providing learning opportunities for his students with a focus on state of the art automotive technology. High School Auto Shop classes are not as commonplace as they once were, but thanks to Schertz, South Elgin High students have had many opportunities to grow their wrenching skills. Current and past programs that the students have taken part in include the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge, Skills USA, Ford Triple-A Challenge and the OTC Carburetor Challenge. Steve’s crew recently caught our attention when we received info on the school’s latest project, a pro-touring 1937 Chevrolet truck.
Team OTSFF/MOTUL Off-Road Clinches Top-5 in Points Chase!| 10/21/2019
Team owner/driver Andre Laurin and navigator Kerry King’s mission was to get to the finish line both days and collect enough points to solidify their top five standing in the 6100 Spec Trophy Class Championship. They were in fifth place on the scoreboard going into Laughlin. When all was said and done, they left Laughlin – which is located on the banks of the Colorado River at the extreme southern tip of Nevada – in fourth place. But that storybook ending to the season almost didn’t happen.
Everything You Need to Know About Ford's All-Electric Mustang Cobra Jet 1400| 10/19/2020
Ford's new Cobra Jet is fully electric and totally wild. Here's the full scoop!
This 1,000HP Compound-Turbo, Gen 3 Hemi Swapped Grand Cherokee is Absolutely Insane| 10/14/2020
Part Jeep, part Chevy C10, and part Dodge Challenger, this first-generation Cherokee is a pro-tourer that can put down 9-second passes at strip and then run serious numbers on the autocross, all while also serving as a comfortable daily driver. One of the highlights at this year’s MoParty, we’re taking a closer look at this wild build to find out how it all came together.