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Michigan Racer Wins $20,000 Engine Pro Racing Engine

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The engine, valued at $20,000, was assembled by Performance Engineering with parts and services supplied by Pro-Filer, Melling Performance, Hastings Racing, Oliver, Ferrea, Comp Cams, JE Pistons, Clevite, Fel-Pro, Milodon, R & R Wireloom and Pro Finishing.

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A Grass Lake, MI racer was the last man standing in a drawing for a new racing engine held at US 131 Motorsports Park in Martin, MI.
Tracy Muchler was awarded the engine which was provided byEngine Pro and Pro-Filer Performance Products.
Randy Baad, Mattawan, MI (l); Tracy Muchler, Grass Lake, MI (r)

Randy Baad, Mattawan, MI (l); Tracy Muchler, Grass Lake, MI (r)

This is the sixth year for the promotion which is held toward the end of the racing season at the track.

The engine, valued at $20,000, was assembled by Performance Engineering with parts and services supplied by Pro-Filer, Melling Performance, Hastings Racing, Oliver, Ferrea, Comp Cams, JE Pistons, Clevite, Fel-Pro, Milodon, R & R Wireloom and Pro Finishing.

Racers had to earn their way into the drawing by being in the top ten in points standings in two racing classes. The event was held during the Ninth Annual Funny Car Nationals September 7, 2013.

Engine giveaway contestants, the Ninth Annual Funny Car Nationals, US 131 Motorsports Park, Martin, MI

Engine giveaway contestants, the Ninth Annual Funny Car Nationals, US 131 Motorsports Park, Martin, MI

Three other racers also won prizes contributed by the sponsors. They include Rusty Baad, Kevin Groenveld and David Marckini.

Scott Overlund, sales & marketing manager for Engine Pro/Perfit commented, “Engine Pro’s annual engine giveaway is a great way to help the racers, support a local track, and provides manufacturers with a way to support auto racing at the grass roots level.”

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