John Force Racing Signs with Team Mahle - Engine Builder Magazine

John Force Racing Signs with Team Mahle

Mahle Aftermarket has announced a multi-year extension of their partnership with John Force Racing. By continuing their partnership with Team Mahle, all four John Force Racing teams will receive Clevite performance engine bearings and Mahle performance
piston rings and will be involved in product testing for new product development.

(L-R) Austin Prock, Brittany Force, Robert Hight and John Force
Photo Credit: Ron Lewis (Ron Lewis Photography)

“Our mission is clear at Team Mahle,” says Jon Douglas, president of Mahle Aftermarket in North America. “We seek perfection and are committed to achieving this by working only with elite racers at the pinnacle of their class. Last year, we celebrated John Force’s milestone 150th and 151st career victories and Robert Hight’s third Funny Car Championship and a partnership that has 
spanned decades. We’re thrilled to announce this multi-year agreement and wish only the best for John, Robert, Brittany and Austin as they work hard to bring home the championship in 2020.”

“We’ve always had a great partnership in Mahle Aftermarket for years now, and this extension helps prove that. Mahle Aftermarket is committed to a high-level of perfection that we at John Force Racing strive for on an everyday basis. Continuing to grow the relationship we have, Mahle will help guarantee our success on the race track,” said John Force.

For more information: www.mahle-aftermarket.com.

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