Login / Register | Cart (0)USD

Trackside: Haltech Weekend Warriors

Back in the USA, Tyler Hard emerged victorious at the final NEOPMA (North East Outlaw Promod Association) Promod race of the year held at Maryland International Raceway and in doing so won the 2018 NEOPMA Promod Championship.

With the support of Kevin McCurdy (Crew Chief) and Patrick Barnhill’s tuning, Tyler’s blown Camaro proved too good for the competition and claimed the second Promod Championship title for Haltech in just as many years. (Steve Summers won the NMCA Promod title in 2017)

Tyler’s using Haltech’s Elite 2500-T to control virtually every function on his mechanically injected, blown alcohol Camaro.

“What an epic way to end the 2018 Northeast Outlaw Pro Mod season! Huge thanks to everyone who supported us all year long and all the crew members who helped us get to the top.”


Not to be outdone, Bill Lutz claimed victory in the small tire class at the Street Outlaws No Prep Kings, held at the Summit Motorsports Park, Norwalk OH.

“What a weekend! My guys stepped up when it mattered. We beat the best in the business to earn that win. I can’t say enough about the NPK crew, Summit Motorsports Park crew and all the racers. Couldn’t be a better group of guys. This has been a unbelievable year and will be a hard one to top.”

Bill’s Camaro uses an Elite 2500 + REM combo with the tuning performed by Bill’s crew chief – Kenny Lutz.


Over at Gateway Motorsport Park in St Louis Missouri, Justin Cyrnek won the MX235 No-Time Race in in his MMR Coyote powered Ford Mustang. Tuned by Steve Summers, the car uses Haltech’s Elite 2500.


Don Lamana won the Pro275 class at No Mercy at SGMP Georgia.

Don’s Foxbody Mustang uses Haltech’s Elite 2500 + REM combo.


“Mad” Mike Whiddett claims the 2018 Formula Drift Japan Series Championship.


PHOTO: David Ishikawa/Red Bull

In what was a test skill, patience, perseverance and true grit Mike proved he’s got what it takes to take on the best and conquer all.


PHOTO: David Ishikawa/Red Bull

“I’m absolutely lost for words! Kawato-san’s passion, determination, love and friendship to me and the rotary engine has allowed us to claim victory not just for the TCP-Magic team but us also representing little New Zealand that packed a solid punch this year!” – Mad Mike Whiddett.


How was your Haltech Weekend? Score a win, a place or just had a great time? Let us know on the socials using the hashtag #haltechweekend!