Owning the car is only part of racing. Whether you are drag racing or running laps around Laguna Seca, there is a lot of preparation your car needs before it hits the track. But what if you do not have the knowledge or the support of full team to help you be competitive in your Challenger Drag Pak?
Wesley Motorsports has focused on their chassis and suspension development road racing, drag racing, autocross and high-performance street applications since 2015. In 2021 Wesley Motorsports was announced as the official tech support provider to Dodge and SRT on the 2021 Challenger Drag Pak equipped with Bilstein suspension components.
Wesley Motorsports are very knowledgeable about the Challenger Drag Pak platform and know can help you be very competitive in your Challenger Drag Pak. They have expanded their team and faculties and now are offering pre-race prep and on site chassis tuning for Challenger Drag Pak owners. Knowing your car is setup correctly and safely is a huge hurdle in racing.
They have also increased their team and can offer complete off season builds and scheduled maintenance during the season. Once your car is dialed in at Wesley Motorsports, they can provide transport to and from events for an arrive and drive type experience. You can read the full press release below and can contact Wesley Motorsports for further details.
Wesley Motorsports is expanding its role in providing pre-race vehicle prep and onsite chassis tuning for Challenger Drag Pak owners. The latest competitors running out of the newly expanded Wesley Motorsports facility are David H. Davies and Warren Walcher, two seasoned veterans who’ve competed in the NHRA Factory Stock Showdown and NMCA Factory Super Cars classes for the last two years. During the 2022 race season, both Davies and Walcher made significant performance strides as the team at Wesley Motorsports applied their knowledge and skills in chassis set up to make the Drag Pak’s suspension work more consistently when harnessing the supercharged HEMI’s 1500-plus horsepower.
“With our new shop and expanded staff, we can offer drag racers and road race competitors numerous options to suit their needs. From complete car builds to off-season updates and scheduled maintenance during the season, we are now scoped to handle numerous tasks for a diverse customer base. We can even provide transport and event support services to car owners for a complete arrive and drive experience,” said Kevin Wesley, President, and CEO of Wesley Motorsports.
As the NHRA Flexjet Factory Stock Show series and the NMCA Holley EFI Factory Super Cars class season kicks off in March down in Florida, Davies and Walcher, along with on-track support from Wesley Motorsports, will be testing their seven-second Challenger Drag Paks next month. Wesley Motorsports and their Direct Connection Trailer will also be on site at numerous NHRA and NMCA events this year offering late-model Challenger and Charger Mopar Sportsman Racers product and technical support.