Earlier this year we caught up with Jillian McLaughlin of Precision Machine Engine (PME) out in North Highlands, CA. Jillian is just a few years into her engine shop journey, but she’s picked up the ins and outs of numerous engine work quickly, and can be seen on Instagram doing her thing for PME. We
King Engine Bearings will be hosting an engine builder roundtable at the 2022 Performance Racing Industry (PRI) trade show in Indianapolis. “Master the Engine” seminar will be hosted by King’s Technical Manager, Ron Sledge, with six engine builders in a Q&A format, uncovering the latest engine building trends, best practices, and insider tips and tricks.
Women in motorsports… need we say more? These nine women do some awesome things in this industry.
Not all of us start out in this industry. Take Jillian McLaughlin for example. The once hairdresser is now an engine builder helping do a little bit of everything at Precision Machine Engine in California.
Hannah Maloof of Maloof Racing Engines is always looking to better herself whether it’s more impressive stunts, faster drag racing or building more horsepower. Everything she does is positioning herself to take further advantage of what this industry can offer.
Nicole Murphy is a co-owner of iCraveBoost Performance located in Denver, CO, where she is the primary engine builder for the Japanese platforms the shop is focused on. We sat down with her one-on-one to hear how she got into this industry and what she loves most about engine building.
Whether you’re a man or a woman, you can relate to that feeling this industry gives you and you want to immerse yourself in it. That’s what makes this industry great.
Moran Racing Engines, located in Taylor, MI, is a manufacturer of high-performance engines and parts for the automotive racing industry, and is currently seeking to hire a high-performance automotive engine builder. Schedule is Monday-Friday, 9:00am-5:30pm, but must have the ability to be flexible when needed. Position Requirements Requires strong attention to detail, strong understanding of
We’ve been covering the engine building/rebuilding industry for 55 years in print, online, via social media, in video, and more – now it’s time to bring that content to podcasts.
If we take a step back and look at our industry as a whole, it is international, and it very much is global. Our American cars have had an international supply chain for a long time and the global supply chain for our cars and trucks seems to be getting bigger every day.
Babcox Media, Inc. has announced that Doug Kaufman will assume the role of Editorial Director, Brake & Front End, ImportCar and Underhood Service. In this role, he will be responsible for the day-to-day editorial management of these brands.
Babcox Media, Inc. has announced that Greg Jones has been appointed Editor of the Engine Builder brand.