Photos by Travis Noack and Courtney Halowell
In today’s world of high performance muscle cars it’s not enough to go fast in a straight line. To hang with the big boys you need to be able to hammer through the hairpins and carve the corners. Several suspension and brake companies have tuned their products toward that effort. There is simply nothing like pounding on the skinny pedal and shaking your fist at the shifter as you throttle your way through a curvy asphalt playground.
Rob MacGregor, owner of No Limit Engineering, has a strong addiction to hot rods and playing with them in various performance situations. Over the past year, he has held the autocross throttle wide open while campaigning his Silver Bullet ‘55 Ford F-100. Not a muscle car by definition, this truck is most definitely packed with performance from wheel to wheel.
Seeing a shift in build direction from trophy-stealing show cars to asphalt-blistering track cars, Rob wanted to tailor some of his product line toward speed and performance, so a track day was put on the books. Dubbed the No Limit Challenge and held at Adams Motorsports Park in Riverside, California, the event drew quite an impressive field of American muscle. Featured events included the Time Attack, Baer Brake Trap and burnout contest. Check out some of the corner-carving, brake-stomping and tire-blazing action from the 1st annual No Limit Challenge.
No Limit Engineering
Bully Dog Performance
Intro Custom Wheels
Line-X Spray-On Bedliners
Baer Brake Systems
Line-X Spray On Truck Bedliners
Holley Performance Products
Intro Custom Wheels
Go Pro Cameras
Vehicles and Drivers
No Limit Engineering ’55 Ford F-100, Rob and Tina MacGregor
Bully Dog Performance ‘10 Dodge Charger, Mike DeFord
Speed Tech Performance ‘70 Chevy Nova ResurreXion, Blake Foster
Hess Motorsports ‘10 Convertible Mustang, Tom
Hess Motorsports Back Road Race Mustang, Eric Cheney
Saints Motorsports ‘10 Camaro, Brandon
Campbell Customs ‘67 Camaro, Johnny Campbell
HardKore ‘04 Chevy Silverado, Marcel Venable