Racing Team

As true fans of “American iron”, we have a Racing Team ourselves and many years of experience. In 2014 we had to say goodbye to our beloved Plymouth Valiant Outlaw class car due to a serious but lucky crash, so we are now building a 3500+ HP Top Methanol Funny Car to get back on the track, and to go faster than ever. We use the same parts that we sell to you, so the quality is always tried and tested! The parts for our new project F/C come mainly from Andreasson Motorsports, Dunn&Gone Racing and from many other brands we are dealers with.

On 2016 season we bought crashed Funny Car roller from Andreasson Motorsports, Sweden and started to rebuild the front end what is now done and waiting other components like fuel cell, oil tank, engine etc. Whole this season we were team members in Leif Andreasson team to learn things we have to face with in hopefully near future. That was very interesting and educated summer for us and we like to thank all Leif`s team members for that.

If YOU want to be part of Baltics first Top Methanol Funny Car team then we are opened to all-kind of sponsor contracts. You may contact us directly:

Specs of the old Plymouth Valiant

Engine specs:
Dodge R5/P7
13.3 compression ratio
P7 CNC ported cilinder heads
Jesel belt drive distributor system
Jesel RS series keyway roller lifters
Jesel roller rockers
Oil sprayers on rockers and pistons
PSI valve springs
Titanium valves Roller custom camshaft
3,26" Bryant billet crankshaft
BME forged pistons
Carillo piston guided connecting rods
Barnes drysump pump
Moroso oilpan
TH350 with SFI bellhousing
7 inch Neil Chance torque converter
TCI internal parts
TCI manual valvebody
Rear end:
Ford 9" shortened rear end
Mark Williams full spool
Strange 40 spline axles
Mark Williams "third member"
Strange brakes Good Year 32x16-15 slicks
Front-Strange front coilovers
Rear-Strange 2-way adjustable shocks

 In 2014 Premium Performance Race Cars’ founder Georg Noor had a big crash with his Outlaw Plymouth Valiant drag-race car when he lost control while going almost 180 km/h and rolled over several times. The race track preparation was very poor and they could not properly set up the 4-link suspension that day. Thanks to the DJ Safety brand safety equipment and a good quality roll cage, he walked away with only minor injuries and is already building a new car. For us, proper safety equipment is priority no. 1.

Enjoy some of the highlights from previous years and get in touch if you have any ideas or questions.

We are open to new sponsors and guarantee a lot of exposure. Feel free to write us and find out how we can help you back.