Jesse Havlik’s 582 cid big block Chevy engine is our 2022 Engine of the Year.
Engine Builder magazine has announced its annual Engine of the Year for 2021 – a turbocharged 2.0L 4G63 Mitsubishi engine – built by Nicole and Schiller Murphy of iCraveBoost Performance in Denver, CO. The Murphy’s accepted the award at Engine Builder’s PRI Party, sponsored by Autolite, at Tin Roof in Indianapolis on December 8. During
IT’S BAAACK! Now in a milestone 5th year, it’s time for YOU to vote for our Engine of the Year!
Engine Builder has announced its annual Engine of the Year for 2020 – a Twin-Turbo Flat Six EG33 Subaru engine – built by Joe Hanna of ASF Machine in Grand Junction, CO. For the fourth consecutive year, Engine Builder presented its Engine of the Year award, which stems from the Engine of the Week series,
Over the past seven years, we’ve placed the spotlight on dozens of successful engine builders who exemplify the key attributes of a well-run business.
For the third consecutive year, Engine Builder magazine presented its Engine of the Year award, which stems from the Engine of the Week series, sponsored by PennGrade Motor Oil and Elring.
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!
Following a voting contest in November, Baldwin Racing Engines’ 440 LS Late-Model Dirt engine came away the winner of Engine Builder magazine’s 2018 Engine of the Year contest sponsored by Penn Grade and Cometic Gasket. Jeff and his team were presented a custom milled valve cover trophy at the Engine Builder PRI Party Wednesday, December 5 at the Rock Bottom Brewery in Indianapolis.
We recently added three new members to the Engine Builders of the Year Hall of Fame during a reception prior to the 2017 Performance Racing Industry Trade Show in Indianapolis.
We first met Gregg Dahl of GMS Racing Engines, located in Uniontown, PA, at the 2016 PRI Show. Fast forward a year to the 2017 PRI Show, and we met with Gregg again. This time we were awarding him for his engine, a S&S-Based Harley-Davidson Evolution V-Twin.
The Ferrari 3.9-liter V8 took the top honors in the 2017 International Engine of the Year Awards. See what other engines took home accolades this year.