TREMEC kicked off the 2017 season for fans of the third pedal and NMRA drag racing with healthy burnouts in the bleach box and gear-banging action all the way down the ¼-mile drag strip at Bradenton Motorsports Park. As part of the annual NMRA Spring Break Shootout, the TREMEC Stick Shift Shootout pits some of the best gear-slingers in the quarter-mile from the popular NMRA True Street class against each other for bragging rights. The winner receives his or her choice of any TREMEC transmission. Read More “Drag Racing Action at the 2017 TREMEC Stick Shift Shootout”
From the prestigious Ridler Award to hundreds of hot rods and muscle cars on display, for many people the Detroit Autorama is the unofficial start of the car show season. TREMEC is a proud sponsor of the event, which reached its 65th anniversary in 2017. To celebrate the occasion, there was a stunt-show jump of a General Lee Dodge Charger on the streets of downtown Detroit! Read More “TREMEC Equipped Cars at the 2017 Detroit AutoRama”
We are proud that the TREMEC Stick Shift Shootout is returning to the 2017 Nitto Tire NMRA Spring Break Shootout, March 2-5, 2017, at Bradenton Motorsports Park in Bradenton, Florida.
The four quickest True Street cars will compete in a single-run elimination called the TREMEC Stick Shift Shootout. The winner will receive a brand-new TREMEC transmission of their choosing. After the True Street competition concludes on Saturday, March 3, TREMEC will host a Racer Appreciation Party before the awards ceremony. Read More “2017 Stick Shift Shootout at the Nitto Tire NMRA Spring Break Shootout”
Despite frigid temperatures and the usual threat of snow and freezing rain, January in Detroit is a magical time for automotive enthusiasts. It’s time for the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), which most simply call the Detroit Auto Show. It’s the first global auto show of the year, and it’s where the world’s automakers make a splash, debuting their new car models and concept vehicles to get the industry revved up for the year. We grabbed a camera and pounded the floor of Detroit’s COBO Hall during media days to explore the new technology and see the new cars, trucks, crossovers and SUVs as the silk covers were pulled back and the auto executives shared their thoughts on the industry in 2017. Here’s what we saw and where we think the industry will go this year and beyond.
Read More “An Insider’s Look at the Vehicles of the 2017 Detroit Auto Show”