DNN Motorsports cars use Skunk2 Racing components throughout and the team has used Skunk2 front upper control arms for four seasons of hardcore Honda Challenge racing.
All DNN Motorsports cars use Kingpin Machine spherical bearings throughout the suspension for the best alignment consistency and road surface feel. You can see articles written about Kingpin Machine products featuring the DNN Motorsports Integras at SpeedNews and TURNology.
All vehicle wiring for DNN Motorsports is done with custom mil-spec harnesses by Chandler Autosport.
DNN Motorsports uses Hasport motor mounts in its Honda Challenge racing car.
DNN Motorsports uses ProSpeed RS683 Xtreme Brake Fluid in all of its race cars.
DNN Motorsports cars run Unorthodox Racing lightweight underdrive pulleys for extra horsepower.
All DNN Motorsports cars have outstanding handling thanks to Motion Control Suspension dual adjustable coil-over shocks.
AEM Infinity handles all of the engine management for DNN Motorsports.
Dyno tuning for DNN Motorsports is done by Aj Gracy at Performance In-Frame Tuning.
Data acquisition for DNN Motorsports is done by Racepak.
Every DNN Motorsports vehicle uses safety equipment from Autopower.
DNN Motorsports goes deeper into every corner than our competition using Carbotech Performance Brakes.
DNN Motorsports uses aftermarket suspension pieces from Hardrace.
Lightweight and super strong axles on DNN Motorsports cars come from Insane Shafts.
All radio communication between the driver and the crew on DNN Motorsports is done with Sampson Racing Communications.
DNN Motorsports’ Acura Integras run on HA Motorsports re-manufactured ECUs.
DNN Motorsports cars run transmissions built by Synchrotech.
Rich Olivier at TEM Machine Shop builds the engines that make DNN Motorsports cars roar.
Toyo Tires is the official tire of DNN Motorsports for the Honda Challenge series.
DNN Motorsports uses DevSport products (like their power steering delete kit) on the team’s Honda Challenge race cars.
Every DNN Motorsports car has multiple parts on it from I/O Port Racing Supplies.
The Double Nickel Nine Motorsports crew is refreshed after the races with tasty brews from Tactical Ops Brewing. Tac-Ops even has a beer named after the racing team: Double Nickel Nine DIPA with high octane 10.9% ABV. Good stuff!
Steering wheel quick releases and other performance products are supplied by Phase 2 Motortrend.
DNN Motorsports uses Speed Factory Racing titanium fasteners because they are as strong as steel and as light as aluminum giving our team the weight advantage we are looking for.
Engineer, Stephen Young’s go-kart racing team with his sons (Tristan and Sam), called Mountain Top Racing, take race engineering to the next level.
For a great story with lots of hard driving in it, check out Cadet Blues.