Don Schumacher Motorsports—the manufacturing arm of Don Schumacher Racing—has announced plans for a $10.5 million expansion in Brownsburg, Indiana, according to published reports. A total of $7 million will be used to add manufacturing equipment to its already existing 20,000-square-foot space, while $3.5 million has been allotted to create a complementary 32,500-square-foot building adjacent to
Don Schumacher Racing (DSR) and Dayco have announced they expanded their partnership through the 2021 NHRA Camping World Series season, and the relationship has evolved to include DSR as the sole trackside distributor of Dayco’s supercharger belts for Top Fuel and Funny Car teams at all NHRA events, and via DSR’s performance e-boutique, www.dsr.parts. DSR excels
We caught up with Leah Pruett at the 2019 SEMA Show to talk about her path to becoming a driver in the upper echelon of drag racing and what keeps her motivated to be the best driver out there – male or female.
In our second annual Women’s Issue this August, we once again placed the well-deserved spotlight on the talented women of the motorsports world and the automotive industry.
All it takes is 3.6 seconds for Leah Pruett to cover the length of the drag strip at 335 mph. Her road to becoming an NHRA Top Fuel driver – a whole heck of lot longer than that.
After more than 15 years of outfitting race teams with high-performance parts, Don Schumacher Motorsports Precision Manufacturing (DSM) has announced it is expanding into the automotive, defense, equipment/manufacturing, and aerospace industries. DSM was founded in 2005 as a specialty parts manufacturer and R&D center for Don Schumacher Racing’s (DSR) fleet of championship-winning NHRA race cars,
E3 Spark Plugs signed on as a sponsor initially with Don Schumacher Racing in 2016. The new contract has E3 and Don Schumacher Racing partnered for another three years.