I'm proud to say the February issue of MM&FF has hit the stands and you can't miss the screaming Bullitt Mustang on the cover whipping up on the Dodge Charger. Bullitt is a seriously fun Mustang to drive and we had fun both on the street and on the track with this car. If you haven't seen our drag test, then you should drop what you are doing and pick up a copy to get the full report. Also in this issue is the information on the 2008 Spring Break Shootout, which will be held in conjunction with the Fun Ford Weekend event in Orlando, Florida on March 1st and 2nd. For those who claim to have a fast late-model Ford, we urge you to come on down and put yourself to the test. For 2008 Pro 5.0.com is back as the sponsor and we've totally revamped the rules. Read on and check it out. 2008 Pro 5.0.com SBS Rules SBS is designed for 1979-Present street-legal Ford, Mercury and Lincoln vehicles including trucks. • Engine: Small-block Ford (302 or 351) or modular engines only, any deck height or stroker kits allowed. No big-blocks or Cleveland engines. • Heads: Windsor-style heads or factory modular only (Two-Valve, Three-Valve and Four-Valve conversions allowed. No Yates or Cleveland style heads allowed. • Power Adders: Single power adders allowed, multiple units of same type allowed (i.e. twin-turbo, multi-stage nitrous). • Street equipment: Must have valid registration and insurance for entered vehicle, no dealer tags. Working horn, wipers, turn signals, etc. (All items must be functional at time of tech inspection. No exceptions.) • Exhaust: Must have full exhaust with mufflers and tail pipes that exit behind the rear tires. Lightning, Harley Davidson trucks and 2000 Cobra R may use factory-style side exhaust. • Transmission: Production OE-style transmission from any manufacturer allowed. No Lenco or clutchless transmissions allowed. • Tires: 10.5-inch wide as measured at tread width. Any type tires allowed (i.e. full slick, D.O.T. or drag radial). • Suspension: Any bolt-in stock-type front and/or rear suspension allowed. Front coil-over conversions allowed. No mini-tubs, ladder bars or race-style four-links allowed. • Interior: Must have two front seats and interior must be neatly upholstered. When roll bar or cage is installed rear seat may be removed. Interior must have rug and be neatly finished. No gutted interiors. • Glass: No Lexan windows. • Vehicle: Must have all NHRA required safety equipment for ET/mph. (i.e. roll cage/bar, blowproof bellhousing, driveshaft safety loop, etc.). Note: We highly recommend getting a copy of the NHRA Rulebook so you don’t show up with a car that is not legal to race. • Driver: Must have valid state driver’s license and NHRA license for ET of vehicle, if applicable. • Weight break: All vehicles must weight a minimum of 3,400 lbs. w/driver.