Today Honda Performance Development (HPD) will feature nearly a dozen racing products at the Honda booth at the 2014 Specialty Equipment Market Association Show (SEMA) in Las Vegas, illustrating the wide range of competition products and services offered by the racing subsidiary of American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
HPD racing engines covering every racing discipline from the entry-level karting and Quarter Midget categories to the 2014 Indianapolis 500-winning HI13RT Indy Twin-Turbo V6 will be featured in the display.
In addition to nine different HPD racing engines, the display will include an HPD B-Spec Fit – popular in a variety of amateur club racing categories and rallying – and a replica of the Honda Dallara DW-12 driven to victory at this year’s Indianapolis 500 by champion driver Ryan Hunter-Reay
“HPD has long championed a logical development ladder system for young drivers in all forms of motorsports,” said Art St. Cyr, president of HPD. “The HPD engines and cars on display at SEMA demonstrate this commitment, from four-stroke Quarter Midget engines for our youngest racers to Ryan Hunter-Reay’s Indy-winning chassis, with cutaway bodywork to show the Honda engine that helped make his victory possible.”
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