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The Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge has put 12 events in the books for 2015. Throughout these events, held from Florida to California, 40 teams have qualified to compete for the Engine Challenge National Championship. In order to qualify, these teams, comprised solely of high school students, must complete a performance engine rebuilt in less than 35 minutes. These 40 teams have now advanced to the semi-finals. Twenty-three of these teams will compete in the first round of semi-final competition, held at the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show, November 3-6. A second round of semi-final competition will be held at the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Show, December 10-12, with the remaining teams competing there.
AVON LAKE, OHIO (APRIL 29, 2015) – Design Engineering Inc., (DEI), the market leader in performance tuning and acoustic products, is pleased to announce sponsorship of Circle Track’s inaugural 2015 Great American Racing Series (G.A.R.S.). This exciting series of six races is being billed as an affordable, high purse oval track race series for cars that are essentially street stocks. Drivers will compete for a purse of $30,000 per race with the winner receiving $5,000. The champion will win $10,000 and a one day test session of a full bodied NASCAR style stock car at Daytona International
Developed with a mix of paved and dirt oval tracks in Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee, the G.A.R.S. series kicks off May 9 at the Salem Speedway in Salem, IN. Two dirt races and four paved races are planned with the final event scheduled October 4 at the Memphis International Raceway. The top 15 finishers of each qualifying race will compete in the feature race which is expected to be 75 laps for tracks greater than ½ mile and 100 laps for ½ mile and under tracks.
Performance and Hotrod Business Magazine has published an article featuring the Boom Mat line of thermal acoustic control products. The article touches on all the main points of the Boom Mat "Science of Noise" and features many installation photos showing Boom Mat product in action. A must read if you're interested in learning more about the benefits of sound damping and acoustic control products.
Read more at: http://performancebiz.com/tips/science-of-noise
The guys from Craftsman tools and Roadster Shop have teamed up to turn a '69 Chevy C/10 into a performance muscle truck fit for autocross. You can follow along with their build on the web series Craftsman Restoration Roll-out at RoadsterShop.com as they turn the old C10 into the ultimate muscle truck.
The web series currently features 17 professionally produced episodes that cover everything from meeting the guys of Roadster Shop to finding the truck, disassembly, rust repair, concept design, body assembly, wiring and plumbing, and finally, interiors.