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Latest Updates
Updated Neon related news, and a few other things. Unfortunately, this may be our last update for a while, while we begin to work on our new project car.
Check out the *NEW* Neon Related News section, below.
Updated Neon pics main page. Added an Engine and Interior sections, to the neon pics page.
Added pics of Scott Mohler's neon, in the race pics section. Updated other neon race pics page.

Neon Related News
Congrat's to Darrell Cox and Mike Crawford, and their rcord breaking run last weekend. Last weekend their Neon ran a 9.07 @ 155mph, to break the record for the World's fastest FWD Car. Keep up the good work guys and hopefully we will see you in the 8's soon.

Congrat's to Scott Mohler and his CNNP Racing sponsored Neon, for his win this past weekend and for taking over the points lead, in the NIRA All- Motor class. With only a few races left, he has a chance at the championship.
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This past weekend Darrell Cox's Neon set a new world record for the fastest, FWD Unibody Neon. His car ran a 9.37 @ 149.3mph, in the quarter. This beats his old time of 9.54 and is only .04 seconds off the world record for any FWD, unibody car. This is quite impressive considering it is an automatic. With some more tuning the car has potential to break the 8 second barrier. Also, be sure to check out a nice article on Darrell's Neon, in the new issue of Turbo Magazine.

On July 18, 2001 Mopar unveiled its new Hemi powered drag Neon. The body is based on a 2 door, 99' Neon, and is said to give Mopar a aerodynamic advantage over the Avenger, the car it replaces.

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