Race Prep Services Announces Turnkey Class 1 Racecar

November 2005
DIRTSports;Nov2005, Issue 11, p16
Trade Publication
Reports on a racecar assembled by Race Prep Services from proven elements of competitive cars. Incorporation of the elements into a box-section chassis; Retention of an engineer to render the design in SolidWorks computer software.


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