While looking ahead to the Hot Rodder’s of Tomorrow Engine Challenge series this year, we take a quick look back at last year’s outstanding competition!
Team Moroso from Eastern Oklahoma County Tech Center in Choctaw, Oklahoma won the 2013 Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge Championship at the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) trade show in Indianapolis.
The Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Engine Challenge, which will be held at 4 Goodguys events this season, is designed to encourage high school teens to take an interest in the performance aftermarket. Each Hot Rodder team, which consists of five students and one instructor, competes to disassemble and reassemble an engine with aftermarket components in the shortest amount of time.
Team Moroso was composed of Callie Hunter, Ryan Campbell, Alexander Versteeg, Connor Hixenbaugh, Connor Carrizales and Nicholas Brown, according to the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow. Jim LaFevers served as the team’s instructor.
To get your high school auto shop program signed up to compete, visit www.hotroddersoftomorrow.com