In a message from Race Engine Challenge organizer Greg Finnican, the dyno event announced it has made the tough decision to cancel the competition for 2020. “Due to overwhelming concerns about Coronavirus and the potentially harmful impact on our contestants and conference participants, we feel that it is in everyone’s best interest to cancel the
The build started with an LS1-based 5.3L factory block. The rules of the competition have a minimum cubic inch limit of 370 cid.
Eric Roycroft showed up to the 2019 Race Engine Challenge in Charlotte, back in mid-September, with a 370 cid LS3 engine, which he entered into the inline valve class. The part-time engine builder was an underdog among professionals, but he came out on top. Find out what went into his winning LS3 engine build!
A select group of race engine builders from around the country will gather to compete in the second year of the Race Engine Challenge American Iron 2-Valve Shootout to be held September 16 – 21, 2019 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The 2019 Race Engine Challenge and Technical Engine Conference will be held in Charlotte, NC September 16-20, 2019.
Building engines for customers is what pays the bills, but it’s not very often that engine builders get to go head-to-head for bragging rights outside of the racetrack.
In order to accommodate the schedules of builders and technical presenters, the staff at the Race Engine Challenge (REC) has moved the date of the second annual American Iron 2-valve Shootout Race Engine Challenge presented by VP Racing Fuels and Lubricants forward two weeks, to the week of September 16-19, 2019. “We’ve listened to our engine builders and by
Think you have what it takes to top Greg Brown of Hammerhead Performance Engines from Snellville, GA, and his 393 Ford Hemi engine in the 2019 Race Engine Challenge? Good luck – you’ll need to bring your A-game. Brown, winner of the of the inaugural Race Engine Challenge is selling his winning engine (the 2018
During the 2018 PRI Show in Indianapolis, Greg Finnigan of the Race Engine Challenge and Doug Kaufman of Engine Builder magazine announced that the Race Engine Challenge will return for its second year in 2019 from September 30 – October 4, in Charlotte, NC.
The inaugural American Iron 2-valve Shootout Race Engine Challenge, presented by VP Fuels and Lubricants, held October 2-6, 2018 in Charlotte, NC, featured 12 engine builders from across the United States putting their most creative builds against each other in a dyno racing competition. Following five days of competition, Greg Brown, Hammerhead Performance Engines, Snellville, GA, was
The Technical Engine Conference (TEC) being held in conjunction with the Race Engine Challenge, open to all competitors and their team members, is now open to a limited number of visitors.
Engine building experts will put their reputations on the line when they meet in Charlotte, NC for the inaugural Race Engine Challenge, Oct. 2-6.