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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.
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Design Engineering, Inc.™ is the foremost suppliers of thermal tuning product featuring products for racers, street performance enthusiasts, and hobbyists alike. In addition to supplying the performance aftermarket with thermal tuning products, Design Engineering serves the needs of the powersports, marine, industrial and commercial industry markets the world over. David Markley, President of Design Engineering, Inc., says "At Design Engineering, Inc., YOU the customer, are behind every decision we make. We try to look at every product and service we offer from your perspective. We use the phrase 'What's in it for you.' We strive every day to bring you innovative, quality products that exceed your expectations.
On June 20th Wisconsin Racing joined approximately 85 other Formula SAE teams from 7 different countries in beautiful Lincoln, Nebraska. This is the first time that the FSAE West competition was held at Lincoln Airpark, in years past it was hosted by the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California. The move to Lincoln made perfect sense: not only was our drive shortened by 25 hours, but in 2009 the Sports Car Club of America relocated its Solo Nationals event to this same location. Lincoln Airpark is also home to monthly autocross events for the local SCCA members. Over the next four hot and windy days, Wisconsin Racing and the WRS212 once again took on the competition, and had a great time as well.
After a mostly uneventful drive through the scenic rolling hills of Wisconsin and the seemingly endless cornfields of Iowa, the team rolled into Lincoln Airpark. Wisconsin Racing wa prepared to once again represent the state of Wisconsin, the University of Wisconsin - Madison, all of our family and friends, and most of all our sponsors who helped bring the WRS212 to life. After a strong 10th place finish at the Michigan International Speedway in May, Wisconsin Racing hoped to further showcase the strengths of the WRS212, and compete for a win.
Mike Zenone of Design Engineering Inc. shows off an array of sound deadening, vibration damping and heat barrier materials to Performance Business Magazine during this years SEMA Show. Each Boom Mat product is specifically designed for its ease of installation, no matter what the project is.
AVON LAKE, OHIO (OCTOBER 25, 2012) – Boom Mat, the sound deadening, thermal and acoustic control division of Design Engineering, Inc. (DEI) is pleased to announce the availability of a new 16 page full color catalog. It details the full Boom Mat product line including the most recently introduced products such as the popular Jeep TJ Sound Deadening Headliner kit and Side Window kits for Jeep 4-door hard tops. Two top professional builders Tim Strange and Alan Johnson are featured in the catalog stating Boom Mat is their thermal acoustic control product of choice in all their builds.