Ed Pink Racing Engines News
July 2017 – Ed Pink Racing Engines Announces Installation of Chassis Dynamometer
Ed Pink Racing Engines (EPRE) has just completed the installation of DynoJet Chassis Dynamometer.
The DynoJet Model 224 in-ground chassis dyno is installed in a newly refurbished, dedicated test cell in the company’s rear building. This dyno allows testing of either rear drive or front drive vehicles.
While EPRE will mostly specialize in testing race cars, the system can also test street vehicles.
Testing services offered can be customized to customer needs. Basic service such as 2 or 3 back to back power runs to validate vehicle performance is available. EPRE will offer tuning services for race cars where required. The company’s extensive experience with tuning a wide variety of engine or fuel control systems will be available to customers.
To make inquires about chassis dyno testing contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (818) 785-6740 and ask for Frank.
October 2016 – Vintage Roadcar Magazine Interview with Tom Malloy
“I was totally into cars and I couldn’t wait to turn 16 and be able to drive legally. I’d been driving, since the time I was probably eight or nine years old, down at the racetrack in an old pickup truck that belonged to Dad’s company.”
Ed Pink Racing Engines at the Petersen Automotive Museum Los Angeles, California (click on photo to enlarge)
November 3, 2014 – Petrolicious Productions Article – “Adaptability is Key…”
Read the full article with photography by Sam Webber and Aaron McKenzie:
Nov/Dec 2014 – Vintage Motorsport Magazine Vintage Shops
“Back in the 1960s, the name Ed Pink was more often than not associated with drag racing; but his inquisitive mind led him to later become a respected engine guru in a number of other automotive fields. Today, Ed Pink Racing Engines is busier than ever, six years after he chose to sell his business to Tom Malloy.”
Ed Pink Racing Engines enjoys more success at the 2013 Monterey Motorsports Reunion and Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.
EPRE provided the power plants for seven entries at the Motorsports Reunion. These engines varied from a 1916 National Champ Car, to Chevy V-8s to Turbo Porsches and many unique engines in between. Two cars were class winners.
EPRE also provided the engines for two entries at the Pebble Beach Concours.
One was a very special “one owner” first production model 1921 Duesenberg. The Bender body Duesenberg is Number 1 and still owed by the family of the original owner. The Castle family had the car beautifully and accurately restored by Canepa. The Duesie was awarded 2nd in class and the most significant car at the event.
Another entry was Tom Malloy’s 1962 Levosky Sarkes-Tarzian Indy Roadster powered by an Offy engine. The just complete restoration at the Malloy Collection was rewarded with 2nd in class.
December 2012 – Engine Builder Magazine Names Ed Pink Racing Engines Performance Engine Builder of the Year
Frank Honsowetz, General Manager of Ed Pink Racing Engines in Van Nuys, CA accepted the award on behalf of company owner Thomas Malloy and company founder and active technical consultant Ed Pink.
Engine Builder magazine, the only monthly trade publication dedicated to serving the business, technical and marketing needs of the professional engine building industry announced Ed Pink Racing Engines as the winner of its inaugural “Performance Engine Builder of the Year” contest during the International Motorsports Industry Show (IMIS) in Indianapolis.
August 30 2012 – Ed Pink Inducted Into The Motorsports Hall Of Fame Of America
DETRIOT August 30th, 2012. A strong contingent of fellow legends and motorsports and automotive industry insiders converged in Downtown Detroit to usher an illustrious group of seven motorsports icons representing the Class of 2012 into the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America at the organization’s 24th Annual Induction Ceremony at the historic Fillmore Theater.
The accomplished Class of 2012 includes Ed Pink, Derek Bell, Ricky Johnson, Pop Dreyer, Neil Bonnett, Vic Edelbrock, Sr. and Danny Sullivan.
Pink was enshrined by Hall member and drag racing legend Don “The Snake” Prudhomme. “Having the old master Ed Pink inducted into the Hall of fame is quite an honor.”
Pink extended his personal thanks to Prudhomme, the countless numbers of other competitors he has worked with for decades and also to the Hall itself.