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Shift S3ctor Airstrip Attack

Created on Monday, 08 April 2013 21:47


FSR headed out to Coalinga, CA this last weekend to join some friends at the always exciting Shift S3ctor event.  We felt right at home with several turbo Supra's and Turbocharged E46 M3's both in attendance and racing.  As usual, the GTR's were there in force and dominating much of the racing.  There were also several extremely fast Porsche turbos, a smattering of WW2 era sounding AMG machinery, and a variety of boosted N54 E9x cars.  The turbo BMW's held there own against stiff competition with Kenton's red car laying down several 170mph + pulls with his fantastic driving and awesome new Radium powered fuel system.  Jason was also making headway all weekend with his crazy 1000 hp widebody car getting faster every run!  We were also able to show the guys the latest iteration of our E46 M3 turbo kit featuring flex fuel, traction control, on the fly map switching and true closed loop VANOS control.  Look for more updates on that car this week!  All in all it was a great weekend and we can't wait for the next one!

Race Blog: Team NTN-FSR Takes 1st Place in 2012 Speed Ventures CC9

Created on Thursday, 03 January 2013 18:16

Team: No Turbos Needed (“NTN”) with FSR Motorsports (“FSR”) placed 1st in the 2012 Speed Ventures Time Trial (“SVTT”)- CC9 Class.

The year started off rocky when Speed Ventures made drastic changes to their time trial program for 2012. NTN was caught off-guard with the changes and missed the first two rounds at Buttonwillow Raceway and Willow Springs International. “We were totally caught off surprise with the changes, said NTN’s Driver, Sheldon Chan. “Normally, Speed Ventures would have time trial rule sets mirroring Redline Time Attack. However, this year they totally changed the rules to mirror NASA’s time trial program.” Fortunately, NTN’s Naturally Aspirated 1994 Supra has been in development the past six years for NASA’s Time Trial E Class. A few changes were needed to enter into Speed Ventures CC9 class, but a lot was left on the table for taking advantage of the rule set. “We should be able to get by 2012 even not taking full advantage of the rules due to first year growing pains for any time trial program,” said Chan.

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Shift S3ctor Airstrip Attack

Created on Tuesday, 18 December 2012 19:55

Last month we headed out to Coalinga to race at the Shift S3ctor Airstrip attack event.  We brought our turbo M3 as well as a client's Toyota Supra with our Cast manifold turbo kit sporting 900whp.  It was an absolutely fantastic event and we had a great time helping out where we could and also meeting some new faces in both the Supra and M3 world.  A variety of cars showed, with there being a substantial contingent of turbo E46 M3's, E92's and 1 series, a few Supras, blown vettes, Turbo Ford GT's, a UGR TT Lambo, and lots of turbo Porsche's.

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Brendan's ITB Widebody on Track

Created on Wednesday, 30 May 2012 21:38

Here's a video of Brendan's ITB Widebody Supra built and tuned by FSR (and Brendan!) on California Speedway.

It was put together by Celso Nimo and Vu Pham, and they sure did a fantastic job of it.  If you're interested in getting out and racing on the track, shoot us an email and we'll help you get going!



FSR Cinco De Mayo Track Day

Created on Tuesday, 22 May 2012 22:06


On a beautiful early summer day, FSR and many of our customers headed out to the "Roval" at California Speedway.   Since FSR is located in Montclair, it was really nice of Nascar to put the track so close to our location.  This track is an absolute blast to run on, with good run off room for cooked brakes or coming into a corner too hot.  It also lets you run on about 2/3's of the Nascar oval, meaning powerful cars will get well over 150mph, or as high as your gut will allow you.  There is nothing quite like hammering down through the banked turn 1 and 2.

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