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Integrity Engines technician Chris shows off this 1969 McLaren M10A. In Integrity Engines last video our technician talked about the basics of regular car maintenance on a classic race car.

In this video Integrity Engines car technician goes into more detail about what is deeper inside the race car and why regular maintenance is so important. One example our technician brings up is corrosion. The McLaren race car often sits between races leading to concerns of corrosion. The McLaren had issues with corrosion in the cooling system and the fuel lines, because of Integrity Engines maintenance inspection this corrosion was caught early before it effected other parts of the McLaren race car.

If you need restoration or maintenance of your new or classic race car give Integrity Engines a call today.

At Integrity Engine our goal is to honestly inform our customers of their options and let them choose what is best for their car/truck and their pocket book. Integrity Engine prides itself on its upfront pricing with no hidden costs and whenever possible gives the customer multiple options to fit their needs and price range. Integrity Engine’s goal has always been to help people make their car or truck better and more reliable.

Additional services Integrity Engines offers include:

  • Brake Inspection
  • Electrical
  • Routine Maintenance
  • Oil Change
  • Brake Repair
  • Tune-Up
  • Cooling System Repair
  • A/C Recharge
  • Custom Fabrication
  • Timing Belts
  • Thermostats
  • Check Engine Light, Service Engine Soon Light Inspections
  • Free Diagnostics Scan
  • Full Restorations
  • Dealer Maintenance
  • Major Repairs
  • Overhauls
  • Transmissions
  • Drive Train
  • Fabricating
  • Scheduled Maintenance
  • Welding
  • And more!

Integrity Engines Works on all Types of Cars Including:

  • Street Cars
  • Classic Cars
  • Race Cars
  • Hot Rods
  • Performance Cars
  • Custom Cars
  • Exotic Cars
  • And More!

Integrity Engines technician Chris shows off this 1969 McLaren M10A. Race cars, particularly their engines, need maintenance just like your regular car or truck. To ensure this McLaren race car performs well every time, our race engine techs routinely work and maintain this race car.

As you can see in this video opposed to the last time we featured this vehicle the back wings are missing. This is because race cars have a lot of the same parts your car at home has just crammed into a much smaller space. So in order to reach and check a lot of the engine components, it is necessary to dismantle some of the race car.

If you need restoration or maintenance of your new or classic race car give Integrity Engines a call today.

Integrity engines race engine davidson racingSUPER UNLIMITED


Regardless of which NASA Region you call home, you likely are familiar with Davidson Racing’s white and red Norma. It won the 25 Hours of Thunderhill overall in 2014 and it won Super Unlimited at the Eastern States Championships at Watkins Glen last year. We can now add to that a Super Unlimited Championship at the 2017 Western States Championships.

Davidson Racing and driver Brian Frisselle came to Thunderhill and dominated the weekend, scoring the fastest lap time in Friday’s qualifying and taking wins in qualifying races Friday and Saturday over two-time Super Unlimited Champion Jon Van Caneghem, who had brought his new Ginetta G57 powered by a potent GM LS V8.

It wasn’t enough. Though Van Caneghem took the green flag with an aggressive move to the inside of Frisselle into Turn 1, he couldn’t hold the lead for long. Frisselle got around Van Caneghem in the early laps, put his head down and slashed through traffic to take the Super Unlimited Championship, earning the first NASA “triple crown,” if you will, Eastern and Western States Championships and an overall victory at the 25 Hours of Thunderhill, a feat that had never been accomplished.

“To have the Eastern and now the Western and the 25, I feel like the team’s got all the crown jewels now, so that’s pretty awesome,” Frisselle said. “It’s all been in this car with me driving, so it’s been a real pleasure. I’ve had so much fun driving for these guys. They’re such a great group.” Van Caneghem had never raced at Thunderhill before, and his new car is much faster than his old Mazda MZR-powered Elan DP02. “New car, new track, I was trying as hard as I could,” he said. “This car has maybe some more high-speed grip, but less low-speed grip. It was a big challenge. It’s a much bigger challenge, but it’s fun, though. I’ll be back.” The two prototypes in P1 and P2 were too much for third-place finisher, 15-yearold Steven Aghakhani, who had brought a Lamborghini Trofeo Cup car to compete.

“It was definitely hard to match the prototypes,” he said. “They’re in a different league, but it was definitely a good race. I had a lot of fun out there. Toward the end of the race, the tires were giving out, but that’s just part of it, and we just came out here to try to capitalize and do our thing.”

Do you like to win? Integrity Engines has NEVER lost a race due to engine failure!

Integrity Engines is our “other business” for those unaware. In addition to fixing street cars (the cars we drive around every day) we work on custom race engines. 

Integrity Engines next race will be October 6-8 at the NASA Western National Championships at Thunderhill Raceway.

What's New at Integrity Engines?

Today, Integrity Automotive would like to talk about car maintenance, particularly racecar maintenance. Aside from maintaining them, we also restore them, perform safety inspections and provide track-side support. So that when you are at the track, you can focus on winning the race and not so much on vehicle maintenance which provides that much needed downtime rest between races.

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