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Engine Builder Magazine’s 2023 America’s Best Engine Shop Winners

Engine Builder magazine has announced the three winners of its 2023 America’s Best Engine Shops contest, sponsored by The ArmaKleen Company and Safety-Kleen. The three winners, Noonan Race Engineering (Race), Warren Diesel Injection (Diesel) and 955 Automotive (Vintage), accepted their awards during Engine Builder’s PRI Party, sponsored by The ArmaKleen Company and Safety-Kleen, at Tin

America’s Best Engine Shops 2020

As Late Model Engines closes in on 20 years in business, the shop continues to showcase quality machining, components and engines for the ultimate in performance, and for that, Engine Builder congratulates Late Model Engines on being the 2020 America’s Best Engine Shop in the Race category.

Team Anderson Enters Bloomsburg 4-Wheel Jamboree Mega Trucks Race

Team Anderson, owned by legendary monster truck driver Dennis Anderson, will participate in the upcoming 33rd Annual Summer 4-Wheel Jamboree Nationals at the Bloomsburg Fairgrounds in Bloomsburg, PA, July 10-12. Anderson will be signing autographs and meeting with fans throughout the weekend at the Bloomsburg Jamboree. Weston Anderson and John Gordon will both be competing for

Matt Dickmeyer Crowned 2017 Race Engine Builder of the Year

Whatever Matt Dickmeyer is doing as the owner of Dickmeyer Automotive Engineering in South Whitley, IN, it’s been working. Matt was recently named the 2017 Race Engine Builder of the Year by Engine Builder magazine and contest sponsor Federal-Mogul Motorparts’ Fel-Pro Performance Gaskets and Speed-Pro brands.

Race Themed TI Automotive Exhibit Moves Outside for SEMA 2015

TI Automotive, a leading global supplier of fluid storage, carrying and delivery technology, will showcase its high performance fuel delivery systems at its first-ever outdoor exhibit (#61039) at the 2015 SEMA Show.

How Not to Lose the Race to the Bottom

You know how it feels when you explain something over and over and the person just doesn’t seem to get it? Some seven years ago I broke into the pages of Engine Builder with an article about dealing with what I called walk-in parts. Off and on again I’ve gotten back on that bandwagon because the topic just keeps getting more and more relevant.