And the show goes on next stop after JE Pistons unveiled the first-ever Masters of Motors Competition at SEMA 2018 is the Performance Racing Industries (PRI) show in Indianapolis, Indiana held December 6-8, 2018.
JE Pistons Masters of Motors is broken into seven different categories with a STREET RODDER a cover car recently winning the Nostalgia division at SEMA. “Fins to win” it was Andy Leach’s CAL Creations Deuce-topped 1930 Ford Model A with an H&H Flatheads-built Ardun OHV engine that opened the season.
To read all about Ted and Colleen Hubbard’s ’30 Model A Ford coupe please follow this link. https://www.hotrod.com/articles/cal-automotive-creations-rolls-8-great-8-ted-hubbards-1930-ford-model/
And now a word from Race Winning Brands about the Masters of Motors Competition, “The first-ever Masters of Motors award was a resounding success and took the 2018 SEMA show by storm. JE Pistons, with the help of the best Motor-minded judges in the industry, recognized engine builders’ hard work, creativity, and commitment to combustion on a national stage. David Freiburger, Brian Lohnes, Steve Brulé, and Mike Kojima, scoured the show floor and selected the best engines in attendance rewarding them with billet-machined trophies and product certificates.”
“The first Masters of Motors winner, “Gentlemen” Joe Schubeck received the coveted, billet “Engine- uity” trophy as well as $4,500 in product certificates from supporting manufacturers JE Pistons, Dart, K1 Technologies, and Trend Performance. All class winners received a $1,000 JE Pistons product certificate to be used on any set of JE pistons, rings, or JE Pro Seal gaskets.”
“Masters of Motors will return for the 2018 PRI show, with judging beginning on Thursday December 6, Top 25 announced at the JE Pistons booth 825 4:00pm local time. The class and overall winners will be announced at the JE Pistons booth 825 Friday, December 7 at 11:00am. Engines must be in attendance to participate.” … Sounds reasonable.
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