This project was presented to Grand American Road Racing and the project was conceptually approved. This twin turbo motor, which was designed as a two valve push rod motor for the INDY 500 by Roman Slobodynskyj could rev to 10,000 RPMs and initially produce over 960 HP.
This amazing 322 pound twin turbo 3.2 litre V-8 motor was the basis for this potentially awesome race car. With restrictors featured into the turbo inlets to this motor, which were required for racing classes in Grand Am, would still produce over 600 HP with a very quick, broad and flat torque band.
In essence, Grand Am approved this race car to race car against Corvettes and Vipers, which were compromised race cars and modified from their original production vehicles