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If it has a screaming engine, Full Throttle has it covered. Readers get the inside scoop on the most popular high powered vehicles. Discover how each vehicle roared through the pages of history to become the purpose built, mega machine it is today.
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For a chopper owner, it’s not speed that matters. It’s all about showing off your personal style. Some riders spend years building their one of a kind ...
From top fuelers to funny cars, dragsters rule the racing world with their sleek design and powerful engines. Learn the ins and outs of these cars and how they ...
Hydroplanes aren’t your ordinary speed boats. Skimming over the water, they reach speeds of almost 200 miles per hour. Find out how the jet engines and giant ...
Reaching speeds of 230 miles per hour, Indy cars are the fastest automobiles on the world’s racecourses. But besides being speedy, Indy cars are modern ...
Growling engines, huge tires, and daring drivers all come together in a monster truck show. These giant trucks may weigh 5 tons and be 10 feet tall, but they ...
How can a motorcycle reach almost 200 miles per hour in one second, and snake around a hairpin turn in the next? Behind a sport bike’s featherweight fairings ...
Racing fans love to watch sports cars whirl around the track. Discover how these amazing machines have evolved from their early days and into some of the ...
NASCAR has been a staple of American motorsports for more than 50 years. At first, drivers raced in the same cars they drove on the street. But over time, ...
In the 1970s, Japanese Americans living in Southern California built some of the first tuner cars. Soon their idea of turning foreign compact cars into roaring ...
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