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Swift Engineering Inc. was founded in 1983. Within their first year they built a racing car that went on to win the Formula Ford SCCA National Championship. This conformed and validated the companies mission statement: 'he design, manufacture and sale of successful racing cars, and the concurrent creation of an internationally renowned engineering company wîth recognized capabilities in aerodynamics, advanced composites, mechanical engineering and precision, limited volume, and rapid turnaround manufacturing.'

To date, the company has created over 450 cars that have won over 40 national and international racing championships. While producing this string of competitive successes, Swift has produced a wide range of cars from amateur category racing cars, like its Formula Ford, to professional, world class racing cars like its Toyota Atlantic chassis and the race winning 250 mph CART Champ Car, which, true to form, won its first race in 1997.

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MAZDA MOTORSPORTS SCCA RUNOFFS RECAP
• Mazda Racers Shine at Racing's Biggest Club Event
October 13, 2014 (MONTEREY, Calif.) — Mazda club racers added five more championships to the cumulative Mazda tally at the 51st annual SCCA National Championship Runoffs this past weekend. Making this years' competition even sweeter for the Mazda racers was the venue, Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca. 'Having the SCCA Runoffs at our home track was a very special time for everyone at Mazda,' said John Doonan, director of Mazda Mot...[Read more...]
RRDC VOTES IN 37 NEW MEMBERS FOR 2013
 HILLIARD, Ohio (Nov. 7, 2013) - Thirty-seven race-car drivers and motorsports professionals have been voted into the Road Racing Drivers Club in 2013. The group includes 13 Regular Members from the open-wheel and sports-car racing ranks, 20 Associate Members and four Honorary Members. The current roster of RRDC members now numbers 440. Voting was held among all current RRDC members. 'This year's crop of new Regular Members truly represents the spirit of the RRDC, as each driver has de...[Read more...]
ROAD AMERICA HOSTS THE 50th ANNUAL SCCA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP RUNOFFS ONE LAST TIME
ELKHART LAKE, Wis., Sept. 12, 2013 - Road racing champions will be crowned next week at Road America as drivers from around the country participate in the 50th running of the pinnacle amateur road-racing event in the U.S., the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) National Championship Runoffs® September 19-22. The event determines the best drivers of the season within each of the 28 classes of competition and this year over 700 entries are expected, making the Runoffs the largest annual amat...[Read more...]
Road America Announces 2013 Season Schedule
Road America President and General Manager, George Bruggenthies, announced Road America's 2013 season schedule today. 'Road America has the most active and diverse schedule of any road race circuit in the U.S. and we look forward to hosting the AMA, NASCAR Nationwide Series, SCCA and three separate vintage events again in 2013,' said Bruggenthies. 'We also look forward to being the first circuit to have the opportunity to show the world what the new race format of the recently announced GRAN...[Read more...]
Honda, Acura Racers Claim Titles at SCCA Runoffs
 Honda and Acura racers won four Sports Car Club of America national titles and claimed a 1-2 finish in the inaugural B-Spec category, run as a exhibition class, in last weekend's SCCA National Championship Runoffs at Road America. More than three dozen Honda and Acura racers traveled to the classic Road America road course in Wisconsin for this year's 49th annual Runoffs, September 17-23, taking part in 13 of the 30 competition classes. Five drivers used the Honda L15A7 engine in Formula...[Read more...]

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