Mike Pustelny Racing has been building and drag racing cars for over three decades. The majority of race cars that have been prepared by MPR have been for Super Stock, either conventional rear wheel drive combinations or front wheel drive cars converted to rear wheel drive. MPR has also prepared RWD and FWD race cars for Stock, sportsman race cars for just about every class in NHRA, IHRA and NSCA, IMSA road race cars and specialty project cars for the big three automakers. All are highly regarded by the racers who campaign them. Many of the race cars prepared by MPR have won events, captured national championships, garnered engineering awards, and have had considerable national magazine exposure.
Over the years MPR has established relationships with many high performance parts manufacturers. This enables MPR to benifit its customers in several ways:
MPR has also developed its own line of chasiss and race car components. Whether its four link brackets, a narrowed rear end housing, or custom bent chrome moly tubing, MPR can provide you with what you need to complete your race car chassis project.
If you are shopping for race car components, give MPR a call. We will make sure you choose the right components at a price that will beat the mail order giants.
“Time doesn't allow me to enter many divisional or national events, which limits the number of runs I can make in a season. I only made 21 runs during the 2007 season and that isn't nearly enough to get better on the tree. Reaction times are still the first step in winning rounds. The only way to compete with the guys that race every week is to practice on a Portatree Eliminator. I use the Eliminator in my motor home, and in the race car so I can even practice in the staging lanes. I also own a Nation Event Tree, which is great to use when the space is available. It's great to use during the off season to stay sharp. It's also fun to challenge friends at a reaction time party. I also like the full-size tree to setup a new car by positioning the tree the same distance from the car as it is at an NHRA event. It's a must when setting up a blinder or practicing outside in the sun, just as if you were at the track. The only way to win rounds and races is to prepare for it and practice does make perfect. The more you do it, the better you get. The better you get, the more you'll win.”- Mike Pustelny