Edelbrock, Musi Racing Engines Extend Partnership

The Edelbrock Group is extending its existing partnership with Pat Musi Racing Engines, the companies announced.

“We are thrilled to continue this long-time partnership,” said Chris Douglas, chief commercial officer for Edelbrock Group. “Pat Musi has a reputation in the industry for winning and excellence, as do we. It makes us perfect partners. Our Edelbrock Race Center, located within Pat’s engine shop continues to support key elements of our growth strategy. We are excited to see what develops over the year.”

“2022 is shaping up to be the best year yet of the Edelbrock/Musi partnership,” said Musi. “We have a lot of momentum on the racing and engine building programs, and we’re in position to capitalize on the hard work that has been put in over the last few years to build the foundation of the Edelbrock Race Center. I can’t wait to see where we’re able to take this partnership.”

The Musi and Edelbrock partnership began over 20 years ago when Vic Edelbrock and Musi teamed up to develop the first 555 prototype, known today as the Edelbrock- Musi 555 Crate Engine, the company said, which has continually been one of Edelbrock’s most in-demand and high-performing crate engines.

In addition to the technical partnership, Edelbrock will help celebrate the Grand Opening and Open House of Musi’s new Racing Center in Mooresville, North Carolina later this year, the company said. More information regarding the event is forthcoming, the engine builder said.

A.J. Hecht

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