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Canton In The Media

Here you can find recent print and web articles in which our products were featured or discussed

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Sponsorship Cars and Team


Wade Owens

Money Pit Racing
NHRA Stock Eliminator Class


Money Pit Racing is a family owned and operated racing team that values family and track time. With years of experience and the support of family Money pit racing is poised for a strong season

 

Cody Loveland
Car: LS Powered Tubeframe NSX
Type Of Racing: Hillclimb

After a very successful rookie season, the Lovefab team has gone back to the drawing board to design the 2013 Lovefab Enviate chassis to top their impressive 2012 campaign. With support from some of the industries best they should be a formidable team in 2013 and beyond.

Walker Wilkerson
Car: Twin Turbo LS powered Nissan 240sx
Type Of Racing:
Formula D

Walker had a very successful 2012 campaing in Formula D. However, over the off season he had to deal with the theft of his car and trailer. Thanks to dedication from his team and some help from his sponsors he was able to make the first event of the year in Longbeach.

MoneyPitRacing

Mike Skudlarek
Car: LS Powered Nissan 240sx

Mike was fortunate enough to drive in Formula D in 2012. While it was a great experience he decided to return to the pro am events in 2013. The move back to the pro am events will help him focus on becoming a better driver and start to gain sponsorship support in order to become a mainstay in Formula D competition in the future

Greg Ditch
Chavez High School
Car: 2005 Pontiac GTO

Chavez High School is an engineering magnet school in Arizona. Greg was a former member of a Nascar Truck Series team and is now an instructor at the school. After two years of planning and the donation of his own GTO Greg Started an after school automotive program for the kids. They have been building the car to run autocross events as well as pikes peak and the texas mile.

Robert Ljuba
Team Burn the Most
Ford 302 Powered Subaru Impreza

Robert Ljuba is the youngest member of Team Burn the Most and is still just starting out in the sport. His lack of experience has not discouraged him from diving head first into his drift build though. His unique build started off powered by a Nissan sr20DET but was replaced with the current 5.0 motor to increase power. Robert is currently using our Accusump and Remote Filter Kit.

Customers' Rides

Chris Filippi
"Team Burn The Most"
Car:LS Powered S13 Coupe
Type Of Racing:
Drift Bio:Chris "Crick" Filippi has been
drifting since 06'using a variety of
different powerplants. His current car
sports an LS motor with our Front Sump
LS Pan. Crick is also the Team Fabricator

Elijah Wright
"Team Burn The Most"
Car:302 Powered S13 Coupe
Type Of Racing:Drift
Bio:Elijah is a local regular at
the Sonoma Raceway. Elija is a
Tandem specialist and is using a Modified Canton Oil Pan.

Shane Whalley

Car:
Pontiac GTO
Type Of Racing:
Drift
Carmen Brancato
"Wounded Warrior Camaro"
Car:
1969 Camaro SS
Type Of Racing:
High Performance Street
Alex Denysenko
"Money Maker Racing"
Car:
'89 Ford Mustang
Type Of Racing:
Drag Race
Steven Hart
"Team Z Motorsports"
Car:
Dirt Mini Modified
Type Of Racing:
Dirt
Wounded Warrior Camaro
Alex Denysenko
Steven Hart
Steve Anderson
"Livermore Performance"
Car:
'95 Ford Cobra R Mustang
Type Of Racing:
Road Race
Nick Hoffman
"Nick Hoffman Motorsports"
Car:
Dirt Modified
Type Of Racing:
AMRA Modified Series tour
Jeff Wolfson

Car:
Nissan 240sx
Type Of Racing:
Drift
Steve Anderson
Nick Hoffman Motorsports

 

Contingency Programs

Here are some of the people we are working with to offer contingency prizes to racers this year.

Contingency Connection
works with over 60 tracks around
the country to offer contingency
prizes to drag and circle track 
racers
CC Engine Builder Program
 Contingency Connection's Engine 
Builder Program helps the best
Engine Builders around the US
By providing valuable discounts.
Contingency Connection

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