Category Archive: 1320 Event Coverage, 1320 Spotlight, BangShift 1320

Funny Car Chaos TODAY! BangShift.com Chaos Live Stream To Start In Eddyville! SIGN UP TO WATCH HERE

We’ve been asked to provide LIVE Streaming Video for the Funny Car Chaos series, one where Funny Cars of all kinds can be seen hauling ass and smoking tires at a track near you. We’ll be...

Meziere Enterprises Safety Lock Radiator Cap Should Be Mandatory Equipment On Every Race Car

In racing we always talk about the big stuff. We talk about big tires, big horsepower, big numbers, and big performances but the reality is that the little things are what not only win you races but...

QuarantinePiece Theater: Watch The 1976 NHRA World Finals At Ontario Motor Speedway

While the drag racing world and frankly the rest of the world starts to stir these days, we know many of you are still homebound and that’s why we’re keeping the cool and historic...

632ci Of Anger: This Big Block Chevy Engine Is Destined For An Airboat, A Very Fast Airboat

Before my show “Put Up or Shut Up” was, ummm, put on ice we were working on planning an episode where we were going to drag race an airboat against a swamp buggy. It was going to be...

The American Powertrain Parting Shift: The Meanest 272ci Mouse Motor You’ve Ever Heard – Five Digit RPMs?

Sweet screaming mother of eargasm, this video rules. Not a shocking revelation to say that we loves us some small inch, big RPM small blocks ’round here and this Camaro which is run by Sharp...

Damned Yankees: Watch The Semis and Finals Of The 1982 NHRA Winternationals From The British Show World of Sport!

This right here is a good watch. Why? You are going to see some killer classic drag racing and you are going to see it with an intro from the BBC show “World of Sport”. This seems like...

Knowledge Is Power: Check Out The ARP Product Guides Guides For LS/LT, Coyote, and Gen III Hemi Engines Here!

In today’s world of engine building you have no excuse for using substandard fasteners. ARP, the industry leader in high performance bolts and fasteners literally makes it so easy to get the...

Buy The Boss: This Complete Boss 302 and Toploader Package Is A Dream Come True For The Mustang Restorer

Don’t tell the Boss 429 guys but around here, we kind of believe that the Boss 302 was the coolest Mustang of the 1969/1970 era. The Boss 429 certainly had shock value and that incredible...

NHRA Insider Podcast: Jason Line Talks Engine Building, Don O’Neal Talks Top Sportsman With A Factory Stock Showdown Engine

A couple of good dudes joined me on the NHRA Insider podcast recently and we had some wide ranging conversations covering everything from engine building to how one takes a factory stock showdown...

Happy 5/28 – Celebrate With A Couple Of 528ci Hemi Dyno Videos!

While others may forget this day or think it is just like the other 364 in the year, we here at BangShift know better. We know that 5/28 is the international day of celebration for the 528ci hemi and...

How It’s Made Video: Follow A Cam From Core Selection To Finish Product At The COMP Cams Factory!

This is an awesome video that shows us some amazing stuff about one of the aftermarket industry’s truly important names. Yes, we are going inside the COMP Cams factory in Tennessee to see how a...

The American Powertrain Wednesday Shift: 10,500 RPM Chip, 296ci, And A Five Speed Make This Corvette Fly

Virginia based racer Randy Snoddy was a guy who could regularly be found at IHRA events up and down the eastern seaboard in the 1980s. His 1966 Corvette was the kind of car that you see once and...

Watch a Drag Racing Crash That Was Inches Away From Being A Nightmare Disaster

We sound dumber than usual when we tell you that this video depicts a “lucky” drag racing crash, but boiled down, that’s what it is. Filmed at Pacific Raceways during the Goodguys...

Pro Stock In The Living Room: How Is Bruno Massel Getting Ready For His 2020 NHRA Pro Stock Debut? On A Neat Simulator!

In drag racing, reputation is everything. Being able to do the job is one facet of being a professional level competitior but being able to do it consistently is what moves you from good to great....