starting when he was a young boy helping his father field calls, respline product and prepare it for shipping. With a Business Management degree from the University of Southern California and his in-depth knowledge of the industry, he has taken Moser Engineering well into the 21st Century. Moser Engineering features a combination of precision workmanship, know-how, price and prides itself on an industry-leading, two-day turnaround. Moser manufactures a completely custom-made axle or complete rear end from scratch on a daily basis for every customer that calls. They even offer a limited number of 24-hour turns for those critical times when a racer or builder is up against a deadline and really needs help with axles or a complete assembly. Moser Engineering also prides itself on assuring that every Moser-branded product is made in the USA. Axles are forged and induction-heat treated in Portland from Moser-owned tooling and dies. Moser housings are cast from Moser-owned and designed core boxes, Housings are stamped, fabricated cans are laser cut, brackets are water jetted and for tighter tolerances wire EDM cut. They even CNC their own aluminum cases, Performance covers and Eliminator blocks in house. For more about Moser Engineering and its line of products visit Moser Engineering, a longstanding partner of the International Hot Rod Association (IHRA), serves as a major contingency program sponsor and the Saturday race sponsor for the IHRA Summit Sportsman Spectacular. A leading manufacturer of high- performance rear-ends, drive-line components and suspensions, the Portland, Indiana company sponsors the Moser Engineering $10,000-to- win race each Saturday at the IHRA Summit Sportsman Spectacular events. Moser also provides a $300 gift certificate for one Box and one No Box racer that is presented after the third round of competition, known as the “Moser Money Round” on Saturday of the event. There is also a $150 certificate handed out to one Junior Racer. “Moser Engineering has a long history of partnerships with Sportsman Racers and the IHRA and we consider them all family,” said Jeff Anderson, marketing director for Moser Engineering. “This partnership continues that long history of giving back to the racers and to the sport of Drag Racing itself and we hope this will continue to help IHRA and drag racing in general to grow and have a strong future for many future generations.” Moser Engineering started over 35 years ago from working on a single car in a garage and has evolved into a highly-innovative, computerized machining process spread out to a campus facility with over 100,000 square feet of machining capabilities. The company’s roots date back to 1982 when founder Greg Moser resplined a pair of axles and shortened a 1957 Oldsmobile rear end for his race car. He soon found other racers in need of the service and began perfecting the splining process still used today. His vision included the need for a strong and reliable, yet affordable aftermarket axle. In 1990, Moser Engineering developed the High Strength Alloy axle that is IHRA-approved and can simultaneously be used on the street. Over the past several years, Moser has added numerous items to its product line of drivetrain components and supplies all aftermarket products needed to be competitive in many racing arenas. Rob Moser, the son of late founders Greg and Marianne Moser, now heads the company. He has learned the business from the ground up, MOSER ENGINEERING IS A MAJOR PARTNER TO THE IHRA, A LEADING SUPPLIER TO IHRA RACERS IHRA PARTNER PROFILE 10