Chevy Racing

Expertise, Experience, Winning

Kaz Technologies and its team of engineers prides itself on winning races and developing technology. We have over 50 combined years of race-winning experience. This includes a few championships, some race wins, and a couple world records. We have won races engineering cars, and our customers have won using our technology on and off the race track. Take a look at what we’ve done for NASCAR.

Years we’ve been a part of the team:  1997-2016

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Kaz Technologies has played a essential role in Chevrolet’s dominance in NASCAR. In a fiercely competitive series
contested by a dozen manufacturer-supported teams, any competitive advantage can be crucial. Kaz Technologies engineering technologies and services have made a difference for Chevy’s race teams, which have combined to win 13 driver championships and 15 manufacturer championships in NASCAR’s three national series since 2005.

Based in Mooresville, N.C., Kaz Technologies NASCAR support engineers increase the race teams’ engineering capabilities by applying their knowledge, and innovative technology. Specific areas of support include tire testing and analysis, vehicle simulation development, vehicle dynamics analysis, track characterization, and advanced instrumentation and 7 post testing support.

 


 

A look at our past relationship with GM Racing

GM Racing Daytona Prototype Program 2005-2007

Duties:  Chassis Engineer and Assistant Race Engineer.  Shock development, Data Analysis, Computer programming and chassis setup.

Teams:

  • Krohn-TRG – Grand AM Daytona Prototype
  • Howard-Boss Motorsports
  • Wayne Taylor Racing

Accomplishments:

  • 6 Wins
  • 16 Podiums
  • 14 Top5

 

GM Racing FWD Drag Racing 2002-2005

Duties:  Chassis Engineer.  Shock development, chassis setup, computer programming

Teams:  Bothwell Motorsports & AK Racing

Accomplishments:

  • 2 HotRod Class Championships
  • 2 Pro FWD Championships
  • 1st FWD over 200mph in 1/4 mile.  202 @ Atco Raceway in NJ
  • Multiple wins and records over a 3 year span.

 

 

 

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