CT Racing was established by Allen Knowles in 1983 to provide high performance racing engines to the then emerging ATV industry.
CT Racing has completely re-tooled the shop to have the most advanced equipment on the market to develop the best four stroke engine packages available. The extra work the staff at CT Racing has been doing is paying big dividends with Championships in SCORE, Best in the Desert, and AMA Supermoto all coming on four strokes.
CT Racing has invested heavily in the manpower and tooling necessary to provide complete engine rebuilding services. CT Racing's 4000 square foot facility is manned by eight employees and contains the following shop equipment:
Over the years, CT Racing engines have earned several national racing championships including the 1990 (Charlie Shepherd), 1991 and 1992 (Mark Ehrhardt) MTEG national ATV championships, the 1989 AMA Grand National 250cc ATV championship (Gary Denton), the AMA Grand National 500cc championship (Jeff Watts), the 1991 Japan Off Road Championship (Andrew Buck), the prestigious 1991 Veronica Beach Race (Mark Ehrhardt), 3 24 hour endurance Championships, multiple Best in The Desert championships, and multiple SCORE off road championships including 3 in a row from 2005-2007.