If you have been around nostalgia racing, then you have heard the name of Roger Stanke. For over fifty years, he and the family successfully campaigned altereds, dragsters, and funny cars around the Midwest taking wins at the NHRA Hot Rod Reunion and various GoodGuys events.
Lessons learned on and off the track found the team looking for items that were needed to run the racing program on track but also things that were needed in the shop. Never one to take a back-seat Roger, with his sons Jeff and Jim, started making "trick" parts and specialty tools over time improving on the design to make them more racer friendly and more usable.
Currently, the company website features numerous items for use in the industry with new items being added regularly. On the chance that you do not see an item listed do not worry, they also can consult with you the options available to produce it for you or can customize any item they have so that it will fit your particular needs.
"We are stoked to have Roger and his sons onboard for the upcoming season." Exclaimed NDRL President Troy Wilson. "For 2017, they will be offering a low qualifier bonus to the Ross Racing Engines PRO 7.0 and the Phenix Industries PRO 7.5 classes at each of our scheduled events which will be a welcome bonus to those racers."
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