Motovicity Picks Up BLOX Racing - Engine Builder Magazine

Motovicity Picks Up BLOX Racing

Motovicity Distribution has launched another premium brand onto its line card – BLOX Racing. Founded in 2003, BLOX Racing is considered a relative newcomer to the import and sport compact aftermarket.

Motovicity Distribution has launched another premium brand onto its line card – BLOX Racing. Founded in 2003, BLOX Racing is considered a relative newcomer to the import and sport compact aftermarket.

However, in its short time, it has quickly established a foothold in the marketplace and developed a reputation as a high quality, aftermarket parts manufacturer with an overall commitment to the utmost standards of production management and quality control.

Today, you will find BLOX Racing performance products being tested in industry leading consumer publications, showcased in custom show and street cars, at race events such as Never Lift Half Mile and Speed Ring, and relied upon in different forms of motorsports, such as drag racing, road racing, and drifting.

“Each BLOX Racing product is designed to work with one another, giving enthusiasts the proper foundation and building blocks for developing the right performance combination,” states Michael Choi, BLOX Racing’s marketing director.

BLOX Racing products are now available for wholesale purchase through Motovicity Distribution. For more information: Motovicity.com

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