The March 2015 Texas Mile was an action packed weekend for the L&M Engines family. We had a total of nine of our customer’s cars in attendance and all were able to get in multiple runs per day at the mile. The coyote record was reset multiple times by Greg Turner with his L&M built Coyote powered Mustang with the new record sitting at 212.9MPH. We also had the overall Mustang record reset by Kenny Polk in his L&M built 5.8L powered 2013 GT500 with a stellar run at 221.8MPH. Blake Gordon surprised everyone by running a personal best of 214MPH, which also happens to be the record for a stock TVS supercharger. Overall, we fielded a lineup of solid performers, which put down multiple runs over 200MPH without a single failure. Power is not a guess and we prove it time and time again.
Power Is Not a Guess!
The 2015 NMRA renegade bracket has a new contender to look out for this year … the Devil’s Reject. Brian Devilbiss and his appropriately named turbocharged 2013 GT500 are ready to take the bracket by storm after running a 2014 season best of 7.69@176MPH at the domestic vs. import shootout hosted at the Maryland International Raceway. Originally equipped with a supercharger, Evolution Performance switched the car to a single Precision Turbo 76mm gen2 pro mod turbo mid-season allowing Brian to knock a second off his fastest quarter mile run to date.
Derek Venable's L&M Engine racing engine powered 2013 Shelby Cobra GT500 getting prepped for the 2014 Texas Mile. See you on the track!