Trying to get this Blog thing up to
Over the past month or so, I have
been asking different people about writing for our Blog system. I talked to
everyone here at the shop, and some other people that I've had in the back of
my mind. These people were 'targeted' months ago, knowing that we would soon be
adding the blogs to our websites.
under the premises of S&W performance group, we have added some things that
many of you may not be aware of;
Race Cars; we build great race cars for current drag racing legends. We also
build our own line of performance parts and kits for you to build your own race
car, or add some performance parts to your hot rod, what ever it might be.
Precision Specialties; www.swjetfab.com
We build things like cooling systems for nuke plants and very slippery
suspension bushings for brand new corvettes, to store fixtures and repurposed
granite tables for who knows what. Most of these customers are looking for good
quality machine and fab work, just like we do on their race cars. Give us a call,
we do this type of work for anybody with a vision.
CamaroGuys; www.camaroguys.com this was a stand alone website that was based
on selling Camaro parts, to the world of Camaro performance enthusiasts. They
were doing a pretty good job at selling S&W parts, so we brought them
onboard and made CamaroGuys a part of S&W.
MustangGuys; www.mustangguys.com this is a Mustang start up that covers the
large market of Ford performance people and specializes in Mustang parts. They
were also selling our S&W Mustang bolt-on parts. Now, they have become a
part of S&W performance group, and play a big role in helping us develop
our strong Mustang following.
little background on what we are developing here at S&W. Now, it's time to
get back to this blog stuff... we have recruited a number of writers to help
bring our blogs up to the standards that our race cars are built to.
Writing for Camaro Guys:
Linke: 2nd gen stock eliminator racer and long
time Camaro Guys supporter.
Vinnie Budano: Pro Mod driver and
Scott Shafiroff racing engines Right hand man.
Writing for Mustang Guys
Bobby Fazio: He's another 2nd gen
racer in stock and super stock and all around math wiz.
John Dustin: 2nd gen
racer and IHRA world champion john races 10.90,9.90,8.90 and bracket racers
when time allows.
Joe Grippo: Joe has a really nice
mustang he bracket races and he also comes from a racing family, his Dad and
brother both race too. Joe is into all kinds of motorsports you my see him at
any types of events and see his coverage on www.bangshift.com
Writing for our own
Don was a famous racer back in the
day, and one of the tough bracket racers at Maple Grove for years. We were lucky enough
to have him bring his experience to S&W for a number of years. Now, he is a
full time super comp crew chief and car owner.
Our own in house engineer here at
S&W. John works on our new product development and heads up the CAD design
work for the commercial division of S&W Precision Specialties. John has a
wide racing background from building cars to bracket racing, to wrenching on
fuel funny cars and driving SCCA Hill Climbs. John has already written for us
about his Indy 500 trip this year.
Jill is our marketing department
and also a racer. Currently a jet car jockey, but she has been spotted in
midgets, monster trucks and even flat track racing motorcycles. So, she brings
a wide variety of racing experience to our blog also.
These are some of the people that you will be hearing from
thru our blog system on all 3 of our websites. They are some very interesting
people with very different approaches to racing as you know it. We hope to keep
you interested, and coming back to see what we are all doing.
Plus, you will get to hear my 2 cents also, thanks for
reading. ~Scott Weney