A regular mechanic is perfectly fine for a regular car, but your vehicle is more than that. Your car is a high-performance machine that requires the additional care and know-how provided by an equally high-performance mechanic. When you need maintenance or repairs, you should be turning to a race car mechanic. We work closely with drag racers, road course racers, street enthusiasts, and hot rodders.
Simpson Racing specializes in race car set up and race car tuning. We offer corner balancing, suspension adjustments, advanced diagnostics, and dyno testing/tuning to increase the performance of your vehicle. What kind of experience do your mechanics have? We work closely with Area 27 members and racers, and have over 25 years of drag racing experience.
You might be wondering what a race car mechanic does that sets them apart. Like other mechanics, they will be able to diagnose problems, make repairs, and perform regular maintenance, but their duties go beyond such maintenance to include modification and improvements.
Race car mechanics must know every part of the car in great depth, from the internals to the chassis, engine, brakes, and more. They make alterations and enhancements to bring your vehicle to peak performance. A race car mechanic will work with you, using feedback from your driving experience and our diagnostic tests to tweak your car's performance.
The main focus for a race car mechanic is preparing the car for racing, keeping it in excellent working order, and implementing repairs as needed. In essence, rather than simply repairing your vehicle, a racing technician will work to pro-actively maintain and improve it.
Simpson Racing works on collector cars, muscle cars, hot rod cars, drag cars and more! To learn more about our services, contact us today!