Some of the biggest names in the industry will be speaking at the 21st Annual AETC. Already scheduled are Greg West of Fel-Pro Gaskets, Matt Hartford of Total Seal Piston Rings, Steven Golya of JE Pistons, Bill Schlieper of Pro Power Racing, Doug Yates of Roush Yates Racing, Andy Randolph of ECR Engines, Ron Shaver of Shaver Racing Engines, Keith Dorton of Automotive Specialist, Dr. Dean Hill of New Mexico State University, Rich Keller of Champion Spark Plugs and Gary Stanton of Stanton Racing Engines.
The annual conference for engine builders, manufacturers, industry leaders and media members focuses on turning automotive theory into practical technology. The 2010 conference will center in on circle track racing technology. However, the technology and ideas discussed can be applied to virtually any engine platform and type of racing. From weekend racers to top professionals, everybody will discover new tips and learn about the latest race-proven theories. See the list of topics for this year’s conference below.
Doug Yates Insider’s View on Building Championship Engines
Bill Schlieper Advanced Building and & Track Supporting Cutting Edge Dirt & Off-Road Race Engines
Greg West Gasket Design & Installation Considerations for Circle Track Racers
Ron Shaver Optimizing Sprint Car & Short Track Engines for Maximum Performance
Dr. Dean Hill How Different Fuel Types Affect Engine Design
Matt Hartford Using Piston Ring Technology to Maximize Engine Performance
Steven Golya Advanced Analysis of Piston Design
Keith Dorton Tips and Tricks of Building Engines
Andy Randolph Advancing the Science of NASCAR Cup Engine Optimization
Rich Keller Advanced Ignition Technology and Optimization for Maximum Performance
Gary Stanton Advanced Midget, Sprint and Short Track Engine Building and Blueprinting Techniques
Space is limited and is filling up quickly, so visit www.aetconline.com today to reserve your ticket and ensure your
place. Save the date now and make plans to attend the 21st Annual AETC at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida, on December 6-8, 2010.