Stacy Tucker Joins the CorteX Racing Team

Posted on November 19th 2019

CorteX Racing® is pleased to announce that Stacy Tucker has joined the team as Sales Engineer.

In her new role, Stacy will be putting her extensive experience to the test as she manages activities related to vehicle builds, development and parts sales.

Stacy Tucker Sales Engineer CorteX Racing Suspension Performance

With her like-minded passion for delivering innovation, Stacy’s motorsports knowledge and experience with hot rods and muscle cars will be a great asset to our team.

  • Ride and handling Engineer at General Motors for the Corvette and Camaro 
  • Co-Founder of Detroit Speed and Engineering 
  • Brake engineer at Pro-System Brakes / Alcon Brakes 
  • Masters from Rensselaer Polytech in Mechanical Engineering
  • Bachelors from Purdue University in Mechanical Engineering 
  • Racing enthusiast, competitive in autocross and road race

This is an exciting opportunity with a company that designs and manufactures the best components in the aftermarket industry, and partners with top of the line vendors.

-Stacy Tucker

I’m ready to jump in and start working with customers and manufacturers to advance CorteX Racing to the next level.

– Stacy Tucker

CorteX Racing has been a U.S. based engineering house and manufacturer of aftermarket suspension systems, high-performance parts and custom car builds for racing and enthusiasts for over 10 years, leading the mustang aftermarket and growing distribution with dealers in the United States and Internationally.

Founded at Sonoma Raceway California and headquartered in Ohio, CorteX delivers “The Core of Performance” developing best-in-class suspension systems professionally engineered for Xtreme-Grip™ in both street and track kits.

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Trans Am GT Champion- Eagleton Mustang

CorteX Racing Spec Mustang Wins Title

Congratulations Roger Eagleton the 2019 West Coast GT Champion!
Cheers to Beau Boarders on Podium win!

It is great to see talented drivers like Roger and Beau lead the Trans Am GT class equipped with our CorteX Racing Spec Mustang SMG suspension system.

Oct 5th 2019

Hawaii resident Roger Eagleton was crowned Trans Am presented by Pirelli West Coast Champion in the GT Class.

The West Coast Championship GT Class teams had not seen competitive action on the track since Portland, Oregon at the end of July when Roger claimed second spot on the podium to give him a total of 125 points and the lead in the Championship heading to Texas.

Roger’s weekend in the No. 98 Five Star Property Management / Energy Real Estate Ford Mustang began with a time of 2:38:784 in practice, a time he bettered with 2:35:310 in qualifying to claim the second spot in class on the grid behind pacesetter Joe Bogetich (No. 65 Westover Controls Chevrolet Camaro SS).

Although Bogetich then went flag-to-flag for the win, it was Roger Eagleton who claimed the overall GT West Coast Championship with his second-place finish.

Beau Boarders (No. 7 APEX Race Parts/ CorteX Racing Ford Mustang) completed the GT podium in third (2nd for the Season).

“It’s really a great honor to win the West Coast Championship in the GT class.

The team DIG Motorsports is only in the third year of existence and to win a pro-level championship is really amazing. A lot of thanks goes to Trans Am to make this possible.

It’s a great stepping stone for us as we want to work up to TA2.” – Roger Eagleton

We all look forward to seeing what Roger can achieve next year, but first let’s congratulate him on this fine Championship.

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Wear Your Helmet to Work Day

Don’t get side tracked with the upcoming holidays and forget the important ones…

Oct 18th is ‘Wear Your Helmet to Work’ Day

"Dress for the job you want" Wear Your Helmet to Work Day at CorteX Racing.

Hey Boss, “Safety First”

The SCCA doesn’t skip a beat.

Your To-Do List:

  • Mark your calendars with important Motorsports dates 2019-2020
  • Share your own ‘Helmet to Work’ pic and Tag #CorteXracing

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Ford Fest 2019 – Calling all CorteX!

Feel like representing some Xtreme-Grip? So do we…

Rally with CorteX Racing at Ford Festival

Get Featured

→ Rally!  Join the caravan and drive in style (info below)

→ Battle! Check out CorteX modified cars in competition

→ Represent! Rock your CorteX, win Merch.

We’ll be posting pics throughout the event to showcase customers and awarding SWAG to those representing CorteX at Ford Fest. #CorteXracing

Join us | Get Merch

Ways to Participate

  1. Caravan convoy – CorteX Shop in Ohio
  2. Tag your posts #CorteXracing – Be entered to win
  3. Rock your CorteX logo at the show – Win free merchandise

Caravan – CorteX Convoy Road Show 

Thursday Sept 26th – 7am (subject to change)

Cortex Racing Midwest

1280 OH-28, Loveland, OH 45140

  • Meet at 7am ( shirts/ decals +  coffee )
  • 7:30 departure
  • 3.5 – 4 h drive 

Beech Bend Park, 798 Beech Bend Rd, Bowling Green, KY 42101

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Mustang 2019 Best GT Car

Put a Mustang and a Ferrari in the same category, and you have our attention!

Ford Mustang GT best GT car 2019

#1 Mustang GT – Fiercely Capable, Great Value

In a new comparison of the best GT cars you can buy, the Mustang GT tops the list. There are some other head-turning surprises on this review list too, where arguably putting a Corvette into a “Grand Touring” class is bound to strike some naysayers.

Top 10 Grand Touring Cars 2019

  1. Ford Mustang GT ($27k+)
  2. Chevy Corvette ($56k+)
  3. BMW 8 Series ($85k+)
  4. Aston Martin DB9 ($99k+)
  5. Porsche 911 ($113k+)
  6. Maserati Granturismo ($150k+)
  7. Mercedes-AMG S63 Coupe ($169k+)
  8. Bentley Continental GT ($218k+)
  9. Ferrari GTC4 Lusso T ($261k+)
  10. Ferrari 812 Superfast ($315k+)

Criteria – GT “epitome of a driver’s car”

  • Comfortable ride height
  • Suspension capabilities
  • Lavish properties
  • Responsive handling
  • Excessive horsepower counts
  • High standard for architecture

Ford’s Mustang GT was built to take on the wide swathes of America’s open roads, with the newest iterations of the vehicle branching away from the crude beginnings of the All-American muscle car.

These days, the GT has placed a definitive focus on drivability, proving its worth on everything from the track, strip, and raceway, to normal, everyday intersections. But the tons-of-fun car isn’t something to be scoffed at, especially when it comes to performance.

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The newest Mustang GT features a 2.3-liter 4-cylinder Ecoboost engine that boasts a capable of 310 horsepower and 350 lb-ft of torque.

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Best vintage mustang mod to upgrade to hotrod
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When you love your classic pony car, it takes a lot of confidence in the products before plunging into a complete suspension upgrade… you can trust the experts at CorteX racing where we build what we love.

1970 Spectre Mach 1 CorteX Suspension

The Xtreme-Grip™ Vintage Rear Suspension Kit on this Mach 1 Mustang was developed and installed by CorteX Racing including a Watts Link, Torque Arm Rear lower control arms (LCA) JRi double adjustable coilovers Subframe connectors.

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Modernize an American Muscle Classic

For the best suspension kit for vintage mustangs, the Xtreme-Gripsystem delivers unparalleled performance improvements with easy installation and minimal alteration.

AiM MXG 1.2 Data Logger

Improve performance with a digital dash

Digital dashes are more common and more affordable than ever before, and you will need one to keep your ride dial-in and under control.

Why do you need this? Because data analysis after the fact allows you to do things like hone your exit or figure out where on track your oil pressure dropped low enough to throw that rod.

Next-Gen Data Logger, Ideal for Motor-Sports

The AiM MXG 1.2 Dash Logger is upgraded with an extra wide 7″ display, and it is fully configurable and ideal for many different motor-sports categories. Designed to acquire and display data coming from your ECU, the internal accelerometer and gyro, the GPS module (included in the kit), analogue/digital inputs and predefined math channels.

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Simple Set-up, Harness Performance Data

The MXG 1.2 dash delivers performance and data with incremental expansion potential option of up to eight modules.

  • High contrast large 7” TFT display- fully configurable
  • Lap time & track position analysis with GPS08 module (included)
  • > 200 world tracks start/finish line coordinates in memory
  • Secure WiFi enabled to configure, calibrate and download wirelessly
  • Configurable alarms, 8 RGB LEDs with choice of color, frequency and accompanying text message
  • Ease of use, swap page view with push of a button
  • Quantify vehicle dynamics, internal 3-axel accelerometer and gyro
  • CAN output to improve the range of vehicle control possibilities
  • Camera inputs, to switch your display into a mirror camera
  • Motorsport connections
  • Expandable with expansion modules to increment the performance and the data acquired: SmartyCam HD or SmartyCam HD GP cameras, Channel Expansion, TC Hub, LCU-One Lambda Controller and Memory Module are some of the options
AiM Digital Dash Data Logger Features
AiM Dash Features a Fully Configurable, Expandable and Wifi Enabled Interface

Complete with your choice of GPS08 module (by application), a wiring harness with military-spec motor-sport connectors, data lead and RaceStudio3 software. All versions include an odometer and trip meter.

The MXG 1.2 also features two digital outputs to automatically run external systems, i.e. to switch on/off additional lights, to activate/de-activate a cooling fan or circulation pumps, etc when a certain event happens. Each of them can give an output of 1 amp at 12 volts. They can be configured in order to be turned on/off depending on the value of the analogue or digital inputs.

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Eagleton Expecting Great Racing as Trans Am GT Returns to Sonoma

Sonoma, CA – June 5, 2019 – GT Racing returns to wine country, and specifically the beautiful hills north of San Francisco the weekend of June 14-16 when Round 4 of the 2019 Trans Am West Coast Championship presented by Pirelli gets underway.

On what is effectively a home track, California native Roger Eagleton will be looking to continue his fine start of the season in the GT class, where he has already tasted success this year, winning the opening round of the season at Thunderhill before a podium second place at Laguna Seca in the beginning of May.

Thunderhill is a particularly happy hunting ground for Roger, who has twice won the “world’s longest race” – the 25 Hours of Thunderhill.

The 2017 SCCA Spec Mustang Champion, Roger is also very familiar with the demands of Sonoma – and indeed with the unique qualities of the current crop of Ford Mustangs – having competed there as recently as October of 2018 during the SCCA Runoffs.

Testing for the weekend’s action begins next Friday morning, June 14 with a solid 55-minute session, followed by an hour practice in the afternoon. The smaller fields that assemble for the West Coast Championship should mean Roger and his crew are able to get plenty of clear road to ensure the car is set up to be competitive. A forty-minute practice session on Saturday, June 15, is followed in the afternoon by the all-important qualifying session, with the race going green for the Trans Am feature race at 12:45 p.m. on Sunday, June 16.

Roger’s race car for the SCCA accredited 2019 Trans Am West Coast Championship presented by Pirelli is the No. 98 Five Star Property Management / Energy Real Estate Ford Mustang. A successful entrepreneur, Roger promotes partnerships within his businesses and network. Five Star Property Management is the Bay Area’s premier boutique property management company, while Energy Real Estate is based in Roger’s hometown of Burlingame and is primarily concerned with Residential Sales.

Speaking ahead of next weekend’s action, Roger was clearly looking forward to racing again when he told us,

“The entire team at DIG Motorsports is excited to head to the race weekend at Sonoma Raceway with Trans Am. This is our third ever Trans Am event weekend as a team and we are very focused on the West Coast Series at the moment. The competition in the GT class is really heating up and it will be challenging for us to continue to do well.”

The GT class cars that Roger competes in are heavier, less powerful cars than the TA and TA2 cars that he will share the track with, something he acknowledged when he added,

“We are in a much heavier and lower horsepower car compared to rest of field, but we know Sonoma really well, it is a great track for us, and we hope we can make up for some of the power differences with the great braking and handling performance that is a signature of these Spec Mustangs. No matter what, we know that this upcoming Trans Am weekend should make for some great racing for the fans and there should be some really good battles going on!”

Sonoma Raceway, formerly Sears Point Raceway and Infineon Raceway, is a 2.52-mile road course and drag strip located on the landform known as Sears Point in the southern Sonoma Mountains in Sonoma, California, USA. The road course features 12 turns on a hilly course with 160 ft of total elevation change.

Keep up with all the latest news about Roger via his website at rogereagletonracing.comFacebook and Instagram.
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K&N 2013 Mustang Featuring CorteX Suspension Wins at Buttonwillow

K&N NASA American Iron Mustang takes home the win at Buttonwillow in both Saturday’s and Sunday’s race and setting new track records in the process.

Skilled driver Ryan Walton the walks away from the field driving the 2013 Mustang equipped with a CorteX Racing watts link, torque arm, lower control arm, front SLA system, and JRi double adjustable coilover damper.

Learn more about this incredible car here.