The MINI of Charleston Racing team scored big today at the 2.25 mile Carolina Motorsports Park track. In the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) Spring Sprints National, Brad Davis driving a MINI Cooper S, recorded his first National Series win. Davis drove the MINI from the class pole starting position to a 14 second victory over Jeff Wendell of Roanoke, Va., driving a Dodge Neon in the Showroom Stock “C” class.
In recent months, Mini Mania expanded
its market position by introducing the ULTRIK line of performance
and lifestyle products specifically designed for the new MINI
Coopers. ULTRIK is available exclusively through Mini Mania and all
products are backed by warranty, and according to the company will
not adversly impact the OEM's warranty. Mini Mania's ULTRIK throttle
body upgrade is 4mm overbore (62mm vs. 58mm) for a reported 15.7%
increase in wide-open-throttle air flow.
At the track, Mini
Mania's power and suspension upgrades proved a well-enginered
package. The Stage III Cooper delivered results that crushed a stock
Cooper S. Senior Road Test Editor Chris Walton notes, "You gotta
love a front-driver that can get into the elite 70-mph-slalom club.
The secret to the Mini Stage III is to drive it like you're running from the cops...
Mini fanatics turn to Mini Mania of Nevada
City, California. Classic Mini experts for nearly 30 years, the guys
at MM have gotten serious about pumping up the performance of new
Minis. To prove their point, they let us loose with their 250-bhp
Stage III Cooper S. Chock full of Mini Mania's engine and chassis
upgrades, this unassuming little box has been transformed from cute and fun to cute and FAST...