On September 4th, Chris Osborn, PAC Racing Springs Director of Operations and Engineering, took 1st place at the U.S Nationals NHRA event. Chris and his crew managed to turn the win light on through 5 rounds of elimination, coming out on top as the Top Sportsman overall winner for the weekend.
Chris personally built and assembled his 1969 bodied Camaro racecar including the mounting of a full carbon fiber body and interior, a fully adjustable 4 link suspension, installation of a powerglide transmission that features TSI components, and of course the 598ci Big Block Chevy engine that powers his machine down the strip. The big block powerplant features many RWB components including a Dart block, Diamond pistons, Trend pushrods and wristpins, Victory titanium valves, and, of course, PAC valve springs, retainers & seats.
Chris, a PAC Racing Springs employee for 25 years, started as an engineer and has since developed many new products and manufacturing processes, helping shape PAC Racing Springs into the industry leader that it is today. Being a racer himself, Chris knows what it takes to develop products that are truly made for the high performance racing industry. Understanding the need for a constant drive to make our products reliable and the most consistent on the market, making him a true ambassador for PAC Racing, the Race Winning Brands family, and its customers.
Chris is just one member of the dedicated RWB team, committed to delivering some of the finest performance products available in the market from nine to five. Yet, for some of us, the passion doesn’t end there. Beyond regular working hours, a number of us devote our late nights and early mornings to tinkering with our own race cars, searching for every last ounce of speed, and chasing checkered flags on the racetracks. Completely consumed by the intense and unwavering love for the sport that we simply know as “racing”.