Where passion meets precision

Join us on our jorney as we gear up for the 2024 La Carrera Panamericana! As we get ready for the competition, we'll be updating our progress on this website.

Explore La Carrera Panamericana
Car

The Route

Conquering every curve

The exact route is updated every year and for 2024 it is yet to be revealed, this is what it looked like in 2023. We are excited to tackle every curve, and embrace the challenges that lie ahead. The route consists of about 50 speed segments and is covered in 7 days.

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Checklist

Here are the steps our Motorsports team is expected to complete for the 2024 La Carrera Panamericana.

1

Pick a car ✅

We chose a 1966 Ford Mustang coupe. Parts are readily available for it and we love the style. It's an icon.

2

Stock up on parts ✅

New transmission, clutch, ignition system, sets of wheels and tires, you name it.

3

Get a proper place to work ✅

We are finishing up a workshop, pictures will be out soon.

4

Reinforce the chassis and build the engine

Pistons, crankshaft, heads, valves, exhaust manifols... it all has to be made to win races but within the rules. No forced induction or NO₂.

6

Install other drivetrain components

Transmission, clutch, diff, rear axles.

6

Install front and rear suspension and breaks

All within the rules for our class.

7

Paint

Any color as long as it's black.

8

Add security components

Lexan windows, roll cage, extinguishers, window nets, collapsable steering collumn, fuel cell.

9

Get pilot licenses

10

Register for La Carrera Panamericana

Features

Ford 302 V8

The Ford 302 V8 came about in 1968, after Ford stroked the 289 V8 3-inches giving it a total displacement of 4,942 cc (4.9 L; 301.6 cu in). The connecting rods were shortened to allow the use of the same pistons as the 289. It replaced the 289 early in the 1968 model year.

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TREMEC TKX

TREMEC TKX 5-speed RWD manual transmission delivers a top-quality drivetrain solution. 600 lb.-ft. of torque capacity; capable of engines speeds of 8,000 RPMs with shifts at 7,500 RPMs.

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The Team

Miguel Pérez

Pilot

Eduardo Ontiveros

Co-Pilot & Mechanic

Our Roadmap

Behold the culmination of our expertise, dedication, and our genuine love for cars - our vehicle is designed to tackle the twists and turns of La Carrera Panamericana.

2022

Bought a car in Indiana, drove it down to Mexico and started planning

2023

Building a workshop and preparing the car to be a race winner

2024

The car needs to be ready, the pilots need to have their licences and we'll also need a support vehicle

2025

With the knowledge and experience we've gained thus far, we'll be ready for even bigger adventures

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