The dragstrip is a hell of a way to enjoy a Mustang Cobra with 730 horsepower and 800 lb-ft of torque, but the ol’strip does have a few drawbacks … like the risk of crashing and flipping your ride.
There’s bound to be a lot of buzz around this one. I mean, the name alone is enough to pique the interest of most, even if you aren’t a Mustang fan.
The real reason the NMRA Coyote Stock class is so awesome is because of drivers like Drew Lyons who put his Coyote-powered Mustang on the bumper and then power-shifted to second with the plastic still scraping. If that’s not wicked, I don’t know what is.
Check out the picture from the video — he has ONE tire on the ground and still manages to save it. That’s what I call drivin’.
When you get out to your local track day for the very first time, you’re bound to hear some new terms. We’re here to help make sure you have a brief understanding of those terms, so you can wiggle through the cones and corners even faster.