For more than thirty years Port City Race Cars has provided the best chassis, customer service, technical support, and top end race parts to racers around the U.S. and Canada. That commitment to customer service continues with the addition of J2 Performance with Kevin Cywinski located in Mooresville, NC as an authorized chassis repair and update facility. The alliance will assist in servicing Port City Racecars’ ever growing southeastern customer base. Kevin’s facility will also warehouse all of the replacement Port City Racecars chassis components that the customers of the region may require. Kevin Cywinski, along with Port City Racecars founder Harley Boeve, have enjoyed a successful, long standing working relationship dating back to the 1990’s. The duo has combined for multiple victories and championships along the way in a variety of racing series.
"Servicing my customers, where ever they may be located, has always been a top priority for my business" stated Boeve. He continued, "Kevin’s knowledge, attention to detail, and location make this a perfect fit to complement our growth and on track successes in the Southeast region"
Cywinski added "I have won a lot of races behind the wheel of Port City Racecars, Harley has always provided his customers with the latest technology, quality craftsmanship, and safe race cars, so I’m pretty excited about this mutually beneficial venture moving forward."
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J2 Performance with Kevin Cywinski
Located in Mooresville NC
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Daniel Hemric rode a Port City car to the 2013 Southern Super Series championship. (Speed51.com photo)
Brian Campbell will pilot Port City Race Cars machines in 2014 with his new team like he did with the KBR team in 2013. (Speed51.com photo)