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About Hutter Performance
Ron Hutter founded Hutter Racing Engines over 35 years ago. The business grew from
Ronâ€™s experience and success in the NHRA Modified Eliminator and Pro Stock series.
In 1977 Hutter Racing Engines moved into building engines for the NASCAR Modified
series and it was here that Ron teamed up with driver Richie Evans to win 8 national
championships. The business continued to grow and eventually moved into the NASCAR
Busch Grand National division.
In 1998 and 1999 Dale Earnhardt Jr. won back-to-back national championships powered
by Hutter engines. Over the years, we have won 21 NASCAR BUSCH, Truck and Modified
Today, Hutter Racing Engines builds engines for many professional racing series
including IHRA Pro-stock, SCCA Speed World Challenge GT and NASCAR Modifieds.
Hutter Performance Center opened its doors in 2003 to meet the growing demand in
race cars and street performance.
So whether you are looking for bolt-on power, a complete performance engine, or
building a new hot rod or racecar from the ground up, our facilities can meet your
needs with experience, and quality craftsmanship.