Watch Detroit Speed Technical Sales/Engineering Associate walk you through what makes up Detroit Speed’s 1966 Mustang Test Car. From the Aluma-Frame front suspension to the QUADRALink™ rear suspension you’ll find out what makes this thing drive and handle like a true high performance vehicle.
The Detroit Speed 1970 Camaro Test Car, 2012 “White Monster” Camaro Test Car and 2008 FR500S Mustang Test Car will be heading back down to the Sunshine state for the Ultimate Street Car Association’s event at Sebring International Raceway September 20-21, 2014. This is the 2nd to the last event so get out there and claim your spot in the Ultimate Street Car Invitational in November.
- Name and Occupation?
Bruce Datkuliak – Production Assembly/Welding
- How many years at Detroit Speed?
- Hometown and State?
- Favorite Detroit Speed Test Car and why?
DSE 1965 Chevelle because it’s the underdog of the Test Cars.
- What do you like best about your job?
I enjoy always learning new things, developing new skills and growing in my position. I also enjoy the atmosphere of my work environment.
- What’s your dream car/truck?
A Dark blue metallic 1967 Chevelle.
- Favorite interest/hobby when not at work?
Playing music and working on my project car.
- Favorite movie/movies?
Big Lebowski & Goodfellas
- Pet Peeve?
People who don’t use turn signals.
- Favorite quote/best advice to give?
“If you ain’t first, you’re last.” Ricky Bobby
Mooresville, NC – The Detroit Speed Front Drop Springs have an increased spring rate and lower the ride height to give your car a more aggressive stance. They are a direct replacement and retain the factory isolators. The Detroit Speed Front Drop Springs have a spring rate of 220 lbs/in. as compared to 156 lbs/in. for the OEM V8 SS and 145 lbs/in. for the OEM V6. http://goo.gl/ZS3d7v
Detroit Speed’s Product Foreman, Jay Lesar, just received his award and framed article from SEMA for being named a “35 under 35.” Congrats Jay!
SEMA looks for candidates already displaying leadership qualities within their organization or business. Entrepreneurship, commitment, insight, innovation, integrity, responsibility, and demonstrated skill, involvement and success within the industry weigh heavily in the decision-making. Clink the link below to read his full bio. 35