•   J.K. Kelly knows what it’s like to lead an adventure filled life. For more than three decades he worked at VP Racing Fuels in the fast-paced and action-packed world of motorsports, constantly traveling all over the world. Having worked as a freelance writer for Super Stock and Car Craft magazines years before, this reignited the passion to resume his career as an author, churning out high-speed thriller novels that keep readers on the edge of their seats. “I have been to Pearl Harbor and Hiroshima, Normandy, Jerusalem, Katmandu, the White House and just about everywhere in between,” says Kelly. “All these historical places had a profound impact on my life, and the experiences and emotions that came from my travels is what I poured into Found in Time.”
  •   Aerospace Components has released its newest titanium Drag Race Wave front rotors. These units feature billet brake calipers with “zero drag” technology built in. You will find this composition is more durable than carbon fiber with less rotating mass/weight. These front rotors weigh only 1.9 pounds, much lighter than steel.  There are also floater rotors for spindle mount wheels available as well. 
  •   Holley/MSD is pleased to announce the release of their Holley 12-Bolt VR Series Fuel Cell Pump Modules. Due to their brushless design, these in-tank modules easily support up to 4,400 horsepower for EFI engines and 4,800 horsepower for carbureted applications. Fully compatible with popular 12-bolt-flange fuel cells and designed to drop right in, they maintain pressures of 130 PSI while flowing 335 gallons per hour. Two VR Series brushless pumps, two controllers, and two harnesses deliver complete VR fuel pump power inside your fuel cell and make it easy to upgrade it to EFI.