Ohh boy, where to begin? Well, perhaps at the beginning, which would be at the end of Jersey. While the car preformed admirably at New Jersey Motorsports Park, we knew we left a lot on the table. We assumed the car had at least a few seconds in it, there were certain parts that needed … Continue reading Global Time Attack- Autobahn Country Club 2011
Ever wonder our secret to speed in 2010? What parts we used to set track records? Well Moto IQ has done an in-depth article covering the car part by part. Click on the photo and take a look!
The folks at Zeitronix have started the support train by sending us their awesome E85 Ethanol Analyzer along with EGT sensors to help with the tuning process of our Professional Awesome Evo! Click on the photo to head over to their site for more info!
For those who haven't seen it, click the photo and check out our Indy RPM Feature.
This race weekend couldn't just be simple. Of course not. Maybe it is too much to ask for, maybe no race weekend in history has ever been simple. But for a few hours before our first timed session, it seemed like simplicity was a genuine option. First I should go back to the beginning and … Continue reading Redline Time Attack Season Finale, Now With Class Record!
Mike Lewin and Grant Davis have started on their journey to SEMA (Specialty Equipment Marketing Association) and will display the Professional Awesome Racing Evo November 2nd through the 5th for the 100,000 expected visitors. We were invited by Zeitronix, our wideband tuning/datalogging sponsor, to be shown in the feature vehicles section. I believe Grant is … Continue reading Professional Awesome Heads to SEMA!
There are two types of Professional Awesome mornings. The mornings I enjoy are the ones that consist of 11 am wakeup calls, good breakfast and a comfy couch for the remainder of the day. The other type of morning is a different animal all together. Generally the air is chilly, the Sun has yet to … Continue reading Gingerman Test Day Fall 2010
A Tale of Two Differentials By Daniel O'Donnell So how did this story all begin? I guess it was Ebay, that magical world of random crap. While searching for random Evo stuff I found a place in the UK that was selling an Evo X differential. In the posting it mentioned that the differential could … Continue reading First in the World?
Because we have a few photos in it... We're almost famous!
A short update with more to come soon. If you know Dan at all, you will know that the Evo, in the grass, broken, being pushed on a trailer, is practically an everyday occurance. Side note, does anyone have an Evo X rear differential assembly that they would like to donate to the team?