Engine of the Year is back for its third installment, and the nominees are better than ever! To help us choose the 2019 winner, we’re going to need your votes! Simply scroll down through the Top 10 engines below and choose the engine you think deserves the title of Engine of the Year 2019.

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The Top 10 engines are the most popular engines from our Engine of the Week series, sponsored by PennGrade and Elring, and one will be named Engine of the Year with your help. The winning engine and engine builder will be announced at our PRI Party on December 11th. Vote below by clicking the circle under the engine you think should win, then hit submit at the bottom of the page. Your name and email is required. Voting ends at 12am EST on November 15, 2019. The winner will also be announced on Engine Builder's social media channels.

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Built by Custom Performance Racing Engines
Engine Builder: Martin Marinov
600+ HP
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Built by CT Performance
Engine Builder: Carmen Trischitta
1,100 – 1,200 HP
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Built by Sampson Racing Engines
Engine Builder: Jake Sampson
Up to 1,500 wheel HP
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Built by Cornett Racing Engines
Engine Builder: Jack Cornett
900 HP and 675 ft.-lbs. of torque
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Built by 4 Piston Cylinder Heads
Engine Builder: Luke Wilson
800 – 1,000 HP
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Built by Engineered Performance
Engine Builder: Mitchell Wilson
150+ HP
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Built by G-Force Race Engines
Engine Builder: Landon Ingram
415 rear-wheel HP
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Built by Hughes Race Engineering
Engine Builder: Tom Hughes
501 HP and 378 ft.-lbs. of torque
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Built by Baker Engineering
Engine Builder: TJ Grimes
2,000 HP and 11.5:1 compression
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Built by Oakley Motorsports
Engine Builder: Phillip Oakley
940 HP on gas | 2,100 HP w/ blower
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