AMSOIL Masters of Motors Presented by JE Pistons Dyno Competition Set for 2020 - Engine Builder Magazine

AMSOIL Masters of Motors Presented by JE Pistons Dyno Competition Set for 2020

JE Pistons and AMSOIL have joined forces to support engine builders with a new, engine-focused event. AMSOIL Masters of Motors presented by JE Pistons will be a dyno-based competition hosted at JE’s Mentor, Ohio manufacturing headquarters and will feature one of the largest purses in recent dyno competition history.

JE Pistons and AMSOIL have joined forces to support engine builders with a new, engine-focused event. AMSOIL Masters of Motors presented by JE Pistons will be a dyno-based competition hosted at JE’s Mentor, Ohio manufacturing headquarters and will feature one of the largest purses in recent dyno competition history.

“We are excited to continue the legacy of dyno competition and to welcome the fraternity of engine builders into our home,” said JE Pistons president, Sean Crawford.

The event will be run in JE’s Research and Development lab on their in-house dyno and will consist of a two-class format with a total competitor count of 25. The tentative event date is slotted for October 2020 and class rules and other specifics will be announced this January.

“AMSOIL is proud to partner with JE Pistons to continue promoting the art of engine building and showcasing the best engine builders in the business,” said AMSOIL Product Manager, Len Groom. “We are excited about the future of this contest.”

Industry involvement for the event has been overwhelming with top companies instantly recognizing the value, legacy, and opportunity of dyno competition, engine building, and on-the-ground interaction with the nation’s top builders.

“We are appreciative of JE Pistons for taking on this effort, so we wanted to support it and the teams that want to compete,” said Bill Tichenor, director of marketing at Holley Performance Products. 

In addition, AMSOIL Masters of Motors presented by JE Pistons will feature a livestream video feed and be open to all automotive media outlets.

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