MAHLE Motorsports now offers a Box-In-Box piston for the Sprint Car 360 series. The new 360ci Box-In-Box is similar in features to the company’s 410ci Box-In-Box. Both offer strength and durability for high output engines in a lightweight forged design that uses considerably less mass.
The United States Motorsports Association (USMA) and Indiana University Purdue University – Indianapolis (IUPUI) have announced a partnership to conduct the first-ever nationwide economic impact study of Motorsports. The Motorsports Impact Report (MIR) is slated to demonstrate the billions in economic impacts and other benefits competitive racing provides to the United States.
Motor State Distributing has announced the addition of Molecule Motorsports product line to their quality brand selection of protective cleaners for motorsports gear and race vehicle care.
Jiffy-tite finalized an endorsed product sponsorship deal with DIESEL Motorsports recently, making the Lancaster, New York company the official quick-connect fluid fitting sponsor for all events of the 2016 DIESEL Motorsports season.
Among this year’s inductees into the Michigan Motor Sports Hall of Fame is Dart Machinery founder Richard Maskin. Following his success as a drag racer, crew chief and engine builder, Maskin went on to establish Dart as a leader in race engine components manufacturing.
MAHLE Motorsports is offering 1.0mm, 1.0mm and 2.0mm ring packages in many of its popular Power Pak piston assemblies, an additional 33% reduction in size. A shorter, narrower ring is more conformable, allowing it to maintain increased and more consistent contact with the ring groove and cylinder wall, resulting in vastly improved combustion sealing and
Motul USA announces the appointment of Ron Aparicio as its director of sales and marketing. A veteran of the automotive aftermarket industry, he previously served as director of sales for Walker Products Inc. During his 10-year service with Walker, he was responsible for aftermarket sales and the management of outside sales reps. In addition, he
Connecting rod maker to get updated machinery, more space in northern Michigan Oliver Racing Parts, manufacturers of high-performance connecting rods for motorsports applications, is moving its operations and manufacturing to a more modern facility in Charlevoix, MI. The relocation will take place in three phases and is expected to be complete by the first week