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NASCAR Capital

soon to be

East Coast Dyno Racing Capital

Why Charlotte?


NASCAR and motorsports – it just seems fitting to establish a premier dyno racing competition here in Charlotte.

Charlotte Douglas Airport

Charlotte’s airport is a major hub with hundreds of nonstop flights and over 700 arrivals and departures daily.

Ten Minutes

Our dyno testing facility is located only seven miles from your arrival gate to our front door.

Why This Facility?

Future Events

This dyno facility is well equipped and ideally located and Greg Finnican, the building owner and promoter of the REC, is committed to making the inaugural event a success and expand the contest in years to come!

Walking Distance

There’s a wide range of hotels, dining options and shopping all within a five minute walk.

Downtown Charlotte

If you think this location couldn’t get any better, it does. Charlotte’s Center City and the NASCAR Hall of Fame are only a short ride on the light rail, boarding just a half block from the dyno testing location.

Dyno Room for REC Race Engine Challenge October 3-6, 2018 Charlotte NC

2018 Race Engine Challenge

Fifteen select race engine builders from around the country will gather to compete in the inaugural Race Engine Challenge (REC) American Iron 2-valve Shootout to be held October 2-6, 2018 in Charlotte, North Carolina.

2018 Technical Engine Conference

Contestants and their guests can also participate in the 2018 Technical Engine Conference (TEC) seminars at the same location as the Race Engine Challenge.
Technical experts and industry leaders will cover topics such as valve train dynamics, cam selection, exhaust header design, EFI systems, lubrication, cryogenics and more.

Greg Finnican Race Engine Challenge 2nd place winner AMSOIL Engine Masters Challenge Hot Rod University of Northwestern Ohio

About Us

Greg Finnican, the building owner and promoter of Race Engine Challenge, has also been a contestant at the Engine Masters Challenge.

Greg has seen Charlotte become the undisputed capital of NASCAR so it makes sense that Charlotte can also become the East Coast Capital of Dyno Racing.

Greg’s passion, experience and commitment are the driving forces to assure the success and longevity of the Race Engine Challenge.

October 2-6, 2018



  • Winning dollar details will be made available by Spring 2018.
  • A feature article will be published in 2019 in Engine Builder magazine for select participants of the Race Engine Challenge.
  • Free Cam Doctor Printout. Bring a camshaft and receive a free printed report.
  • Discounts on products and parts will be available (in advance of the REC contest) for all contestants from major manufacturers.
  • The Technical Engine Conference will run concurrently with the Race Engine Challenge and is open to all participants and guests. Industry experts will cover such topics as valve train dynamics, cam selection, exhaust header design, EFI systems, lubrication, cryogenics and more.


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