We Won the LSX Championship!

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We are happy to announce that we won the 2014 LSX Drag Radial Championship!  Number one in the points and still holding the class record was a great accomplishment in 2014!

We are excited for what is coming in 2015… Stay tuned as announcements are sure to come!

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We are excited to have been invited to the Cavalcade of Stars race at Summit Motorsports Park from May 16-18th!

This should be a great event and we can’t wait to go out in front of 70,000 fans to show them what Heads up Radial cars are capable of!

Mark your calendar and be sure not to miss the 8th Annual Cavalcade of Stars!

 

Carlyle Cruises His Independent Rear Suspension Corvette to a 6.58

Carlyle Cruises His Independent Rear Suspension Corvette to a 6.58

 

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By Mary Lendzion

After the fire in the engine bay of his IPS Motorsports designed and built ’07 Corvette Z06 in May, Mark Carlyle announced that he and his crew – Tom Willing and Jared Grabiel of IPS Motorsports, Bob Williams of All Pro and tuner Patrick Barnhill of PTP Racing – refused to be stopped and would soon return to competition.

He proved that when he debuted the car – which had been rebuilt at IPS Motorsports and PK Race ‘N Rods – at the Seventh Annual NMCA Muscle Car Nationals at Summit Motorsports Park in Ohio in August, where he ran 7.19 in Mickey Thompson Super Street 10.5W. He followed that with the Chevrolet Performance LSX Challenge Series Holley LS Fest at Beech Bend Raceway in Kentucky in September, where he ran 7.26 in JE Pistons LSX Drag Radial and advanced to the semifinal; the Xtreme Outlaw Series at Kil-Kare Raceway in Ohio in September, where he ran 4.63 in the eighth-mile in Outlaw Limited Street and won and at the Twelfth Annual NMCA World Street Finals, featuring the Seventh Annual Chevrolet Performance LSX Shootout at Lucas Oil Raceway in Indiana in October, where he laid down a record-setting 6.69 at 217.84 mph in JE Pistons LSX Drag Radial and won.

When a text arrived last week  indicating he was poised to go even faster at last weekend’s Eighteenth Annual Haltech World Cup Finals Import vs. Domestic event at Maryland International Raceway, we again took notice. In a pre-race pass, he laid down a 6.58 at 220 mph, and then, in ATI Radial vs. Modified competition, he ran 6.66 at 222 mph and 6.62 at 223 mph, among other elapsed times, stayed within the 1.12-1.15 60-foot range and re-set his previous records on his way to the semifinal.

His independent rear suspension car, which gets it go from a 427 LS engine designed by Kurt Urban, All Pro 12-1 heads, twin Garrett 88mm turbos, RPM Transmissions’ TH400, ProTorque converter and a tune designed and maintained by Barnhill.

 

 

Headed to Import Vs. Domestic!

We will be at Maryland International Raceway this weekend hoping to put on a good show.  If you are in the area come on out and watch as we try to set some new records!