Wednesday, February 02, 2005

Phoenix Partners with George Dean

Phoenix Race Cars, Inc. will offer its Maloy DSR-1 race car with a Suzuki GSX-R1000 engine factory, installed and ready to race. Several different standard engine packages will be available in both wet-sump and dry-sump versions.

All engines for the Phoenix, AZ based company are being built by George Dean Racing Engines in Seattle, WA. Each engine will be completely disassembled, inspected, blueprinted and reassembled as specified in the package selected by the buyer. Each engine will come with a dyno sheet and a short video clip of the dyno run as well.

The first engine has been delivered and installed in a new Maloy DSR-1 and additional in-car testing will begin shortly. Final pricing for the turn-key Maloy DSR-1 cars will range from $48,000 with a fairly stock wet-sump engine to over $55,000 for a highly modified version with a custom dry sump system.

“This is a great opportunity for me to achieve my goal of winning the SCCA runoffs with one of my engines. The combination of our Suzuki GSX-R1000 engines and the Maloy DSR-1 will be tough to beat on the track. I’m really looking forward to this relationship!” says George Dean.

Phoenix Race Cars, Inc. was recently formed to take over the manufacturing and distribution of the Maloy DSR/CSR race car from Maloy Racing in Albuquerque, NM. Contact Matt Conrad, General Manager at 623.581.3222.

George Dean Racing Engines provides engines to many successful DSR competitors and is located in Mountlake Terrace, WA. George Dean can be reached at 425.778.4431.

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