NMRA True Street is one of the most fun classes in drag
racing today. It embodies the spirit of street-legal Ford performance and
offers enthusiasts the chance to compete in a safe and exciting environment.Winners
are crowned in a variety of performance levels. And twice a year, True Street
racers get the chance to show their stuff in the TREMEC Stick Shift Shootout.
The TREMEC Stick Shift Shootout is a true test of
performance for those choosing three pedals, with fantastic prizes and bragging
rights at stake. In order to be eligible to run in the Shootout, a True Street
competitor must have a street-style manual transmission (face-plated and pro-shifted
are allowed). The second TREMEC Stick Shift Shootout of 2019 was held September
28-29 at the NMRA World Finals in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Read More “2019 TREMEC Stick Shift Shootout Bowling Green NMRA”
To shift like a hero, you need to hit all the gears
quickly and properly. That takes practice, knowing your car, knowing your
clutch and having a good shifter. With modern, internal shift-rail manual
transmissions, shifting like a pro is an achievable goal. To help with that, we
talked to one of our customers, who shifts his car to 9-second quarter-mile
passes over and over again.
Read More “How to Shift Your TREMEC Transmission Like a Hero”
While the SEMA Show primarily serves as an automotive aftermarket industry trade event, it has become one of the world’s biggest and most diverse custom car shows. Builders large and small spend months, and even years designing and building vehicles that showcase the products of companies exhibiting at the show – as well as the builder’s craftsmanship and skill.
A common thread with the most noteworthy and attention getting is the transmission used. While you’ll see a variety of automatic slush boxes in some builds, for builds where a manual transmission is used, most of the time there will be a TREMEC 5- or 6-speed under the vehicle’s transmission tunnel. Read More “TREMEC Equipped Cars of SEMA 2018”
The 2018 Nitto NMRA All Ford World Finals is an awesome spectacle of Ford Mustang drag racing. The action will get intense, as racers face off at Beech Bend Raceway in Bowling Green, Kentucky, September 27-30. Part of the spectacle of speed will be the TREMEC Stick Shift Shootout, which pits the eight quickest manual-transmission–equipped cars from the QA1 True Street Class in a heads-up shootout! Read More “Join the TREMEC Stick Shift Shootout at the 2018 NMRA All Ford World Finals”
The automotive world lost one of its greatest game-changers this week, Sergio Marchionne.
At the time of his death, at age 66, he was Chief Executive Officer of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. and Chairman and CEO of FCA US LLC. He had taken on the role of CEO of Chrysler Group/FCA in 2009, when no one wanted to touch Chrysler with a 10-foot pole. That’s right—not too long ago, Chrysler had virtually no market value. Read More “Remembering the Man Who Saved Chrysler”
Gripping the shifter with authority and throwing perfect shifts brings satisfaction that automatic-transmission drivers will never know.
And TREMEC is proud to support those who shift their own gears by presenting the biannual TREMEC Stick Shift Shootout. This Shootout is held in conjunction with the Nitto Tire Spring Break Shootout presented by Steeda Autosports in Bradenton, Florida.
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Developing innovative technologies that improve vehicle efficiency and enhance mobility is driving the American automotive industry forward. To this end, industry is partnering with government programs and universities to find powertrain solutions to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions.
One such program is a four-year engineering competition sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy and General Motors: the EcoCAR 3 challenge. As part of the Advanced Vehicle Technology Competition, EcoCAR 3 was launched in 2014
Read More “High-Performance Camaro Redesigned into Energy-Efficient PHEV with Automated Manual Transmission”
It’s that time again! Time for the Spring Edition of the 2018 TREMEC Stick Shift Shootout! As part of the Nitto 24th annual Spring Break Shootout presented by Steeda Autosports, the TREMEC Stick Shift Shootout pits the eight quickest manual-transmission-equipped cars from the QA1 True Street class in a heads up shootout for stick-shift supremacy!
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Recent new-vehicle announcements at the 2017 Frankfurt International Motor Show got us thinking about what’s new and hot in performance vehicles. Announcements at the show seemed to bridge what is normally considered low-performance, electric-car technology with ultra-high-performance models from Mercedes, Porsche and more.
Here is a look at the top five future performance vehicles that may be coming to showrooms around the world soon. Read More “A Look at Five Future Performance Vehicles”
The TREMEC Stick Shift Shootout is back! This competition of gear-banging drag racers will take place during the Nitto Tire NMRA World Finals from September 28-October 1, 2017, at the historic Beech Bend Raceway Park in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
To participate in the TREMEC Stick Shift Shootout, a vehicle must compete in the NMRA True Street class and be equipped with a manual transmission. Only H-pattern–shifted, manual transmission equipped cars are eligible. Modifications, such as face plating or pro gears, will be allowed. The transmission must be operated by a single shifter handle; transmissions with air/electric/hydraulic actuation or multiple shift levers will not be allowed. Read More “2017 Stick Shift Shootout at the Nitto Tire NMRA World Finals”