Gregg Dahl and the staff at GMS Racing Engines have announced the addition of former S&S Cycle racing department head David Steve Rominski to the core team at GMS. Rominski brings years of experience and a wealth of V-Twin drag racing knowledge as well as a desire to take part in the racing and developmental programs at GMS. Joined by owner Gregg Dahl and GMS engineer Damon Kuskie, Rominski will help form the nucleus of the growing company.
Besides working at S&S, Rominski has also worked at Jim Head Racing with nitro funny cars and was part of George Smith’s Hubba Bubba racing team when they broke V-Twin drag racing’s 200 mph barrier.
GMS engineer Damon Kuskie (formerly of the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory) has been at GMS Since 2011 and spearheaded the in-house EFI program bringing GMS into a new era.
Coming from a background of automotive machining and racing, GMS owner Gregg Dahl is a former FLASH RACE champion, four time AMRA Outlaw Street champion, has broken 30 national records and continues to compete in V-Twin drag racing along side of current Outlaw Street ET record holder Stacey Bortz.
Along with the addition of Rominski, GMS is also close to opening a crankshaft and flywheel service department and a new store front speed shop to better service both racing and street clients.
GMS can be reached by calling 724-438-0738.