Racing News

With the 2010 racing season getting up to full speed, racers from around the US and Canada are taking to the track with their ProCharger-equipped race and street cars.

Continuing to lead the way with intercooled supercharger applications for the late-model EFI HEMI engines, ProCharger is sponsoring the World's Fastest HEMI Challenge, June 4 - 6, 2010 at Maple Grove Raceway near Reading, PA.  This event is part of the 2nd annual Late-Model Shootout and the NMCA's Muscle Car Nationals.

While their late-model revival may have been short lived (2004 to 2006), Pontiac's last GTOs featured both LS1 and LS2 engines and have now gained a cult-like following. And if it's an LS-powered performance car, ProCharger has an intercooled supercharger solution for it.

With several of the major drag racing sanctioning bodies kicking-off their 2010 race seasons in March, it appears that ProCharger-equipped racers are ready to pickup right where they left off last year: in the winner's circle.

For the second year in a row, ProCharger will be displaying at the popular Race & Performance Expo just west of Chicago. Held at the the Pheasant Run Resort in St. Charles, IL, dates for the 2010 event are March 6 & 7, 8 AM to 5 PM on Saturday and 8 AM to 4 PM on Sunday.

To say that ProCharger's new F-4 supercharger was the absolute buzz of the 2009 Performance Racing Industry (PRI) show is like saying a tornado is a gentle breeze.

With the "pony car wars" heating up on the street, it was just a matter of time until street-driven 2010 SS Camaros started turning heads with ProCharger-enhanced 1/4-mile times.

LMR's 2010 Camaro SS at 2009 SEMA Show

During the 2009 racing season, 10 different ProCharger-equipped racers notched a record total of 12 International racing and motorsports championships across a wide range of sanctioning bodies in both the U.S. and Canada.

Like their four-wheeled brothers-in-speed, Harley-Davidson V-twin hot rodders have discovered that ProCharger-equipped motorcycles make outstanding two-wheeled land speed record assailants.

One of the country's top hot rod and show car builders is again calling on ProCharger power to take his next project to even bigger numbers.