Fall-Line Motorsports


Past the Mustang, hard to miss is the Audi A4—an ex-Stasis Engineering World Challenge car.  The current owner owns an Audi dealership nearby.  Fall-Line brought it up to date and re-engineered it with current technology.  This car won the SCCA STU (Super Touring “under” class with target 250 bhp) class championship in 2011 and came in second place in 2012.

Next to the Mustang is Fall-Line owner Mark Boden's street E92 M3, featuring an Akrapovic evolution exhaust, Brembo BBK, HRE wheels, Dinan intake and ECU, 4:10 differential, H&R springs, and BMW Motorsport carbon fiber spoiler.

The owner of the orange Touring3 E46 M3 above started in a Miata Spec racer, then graduated to this E46 before again trading up to a 996 SCCA GT2/GT3 Porsche Cup car.  This is a natural progression for passionate Fall-Line customers (only now this guy races another E46 M3 with an S62 V8 M5 engine shoehorned into it, and literally picked up another 997 GT3 Porsche Cup car this weekend).

A typical SCCA T2 class Porsche 996 Carrera 2.  Whether you have a chassis sent from the Porsche factory or have Fall-Line build a T2 Porsche for you, these cars have very few engine mods except a few bolt-ons.  “If you want a good T2 car, the Porsche is the way to go,” says Tim Stratton.   This particular car has multiple class wins.


At the racetrack, it's no secret why people are drawn to this car—a Maserati Trofeo Light factory racer.  In 2005 it ran in the Grand Am Rolex GT class with drivers Anthony Lazarro and Jeff Siegel behind the wheel, both whom now race 458 Italia Ferraris.


The Maserati has the AiM MXL Pista data acquisition system, Xtrac sequential transmission (Xtrac makes trannies for F1, Indy and WRC cars as well), and Performance Friction brakes.  You have to love the factory bezels still in there.


Here's a car (and sponsor) some may recognize.  This Nissan 350Z raced in the Grand Am GS category. 


Inside the Playboy 350Z.  (Sweetie, I promise I'm not looking at the pictures taped to the ceiling).


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