The Devil’s in the Details

Update: Michelle Devilbiss and the Devil’s Revenge

Michelle recently upgraded her 2000 Mustang GT:

  • Four link back halved big tire
  • 600ci BBF with nitrous
  • Compression 13.5/1
  • Aerospace Components front and rear brakes
  • Strange engineering 2500 HP Alum prorated HD case lightweight
  • 40 spline gun drilled star flanges axles
  • 9″ rear 457 gears
  • Books carb 1550
  • Santhuff shocks


2017 has been an awesome season for Michelle Devilbiss and The Devil’s Revenge, filled with Invitationals, appearances and Grudge Racing! “I am not a class racer, I get a rush out of performing and being competitive in front of thousands of spectators, fans, and followers!” says Michelle.


Michelle started her season with an appearance in Tennessee at Cherokee Raceway Park! This track had previously hosted several of the 405 Street Outlaws. Michelle states, “The people were so welcoming and friendly. I spent 2 days there making passes and signing autographs.”


She wore her other hat — “Crew Chief”– at the NMRA Season Opener in March at Bradenton which got her husband Brian in the Aerospace Components Winners Circle!


She was asked to make Exhibition passes at Maple Grove Raceway in Mohnton, PA when Jeff Lutz and The Reaper from the 405 Street Outlaws came to town. She ran a 5.21 at 136mph with a .003 light — at that time it was her quickest pass!

She then headed over to Summit Motorsports Park in Ohio where she signed hero cards, t-shirts and arms! She also got a picture with Kayla Morton of the 405 Street Outlaws when she asked to match race.


Michelle also participated in an Invitation Grudge Race at Mason Dixon Drawgway in Boonsboro, MD when Kye Kelly and Kayla Morton of the 405 Street Outlaws came to town. “I won my race with a new best of 5.16 with another .003 light” says Michelle.

Michelle and Brian Devilbiss also host 2 events per year for the JDRF – Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund at their Race Team Evolution Performance, 100% of proceeds go to the charity. She meets lots of little fans and loves to help sponsor and mentor young children who want to get into racing. She also is a spokesperson for the World Motor Sports Breast Cancer Foundation, raising money and awareness.


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Michelle states,
“I am blessed to be supported by Sponsors who I share the same vision with. Teaming up with Kim and Al Kussy of Aerospace Components for the 2017 season has been most rewarding. Kim Kussy actively supports and empowers women of Motorsports.

Young or old, male or female, every dream starts with a vision. Surround yourself with like-minded individuals who are successful and living their dreams. To all the young girls and women out there, let’s inspire and empower each other to be tough competitors and make the men realize we are a force to be reckoned with!! Youth are the future racers who will keep our sport going!”


FYI — Michelle’s next appearance will be at a Grudge Race in Atco, NJ!


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