CorteX Ohio Speed Shop

While CorteX is well known for our DIY suspension kits designed for easy install with little to no permanent modification to your vehicle, we know sometimes the project scope requires a pro.

Open for Business

CorteX Ohio Speed Shop is our new headquarters.

Sure, we may have to delay our grand opening festivities due to “Social Distancing” but we can still ship orders.

Dedicated Race Shop


Whether purpose-built for street or competition, we can help you achieve your performance goals.

  • Suspension | Chassis
  • Wheels | Brakes
  • Body | Aero
  • Engine | Drive Train
  • Electronics | Data Acquisition
  • Engineering | Custom Design | Fabrication

Your Build is Only as Good as the Support

Our team has years of driving and professional level build and track-side engineering expertise. We can provide input to help you decide on your build, and invest where it really matters.

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Looking to overcome your performance plateau or gain your competitive advantage?


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Cavalcade of Customs 2020

JANUARY 10-12th 2020, Cincinnati, OH

picture 2020 Cavalcade of Customs car show Cincinnati Ohio

The annual KOI Cavalcade of Customs Car Show brings hundreds of the coolest custom cars, hotrods, motorcycles, trucks, and more to the floors of the Duke Energy Convention Center in downtown Cincinnati, OH.

Diversity at the 60th Annual Show

With more than 500 vehicles on display, there were some great builds representing a nice range in both styling and performance mods.

If 2020 hallmarks any interesting head turns, it might be a Ford GT350 sharing the spotlight next to a Corvette ZR1 C7.

Pictures from Cavalcade 2020

Photo gallery Cavalcade of Customs Car Show 2020 Ohio

Show Awards

The show is part of the International Show Car Association circuit, which sanctions the shows and judging at 13 events in the U.S.

We would like to congratulate several CorteX Racing customers recognized for their car builds at this year’s Cavalcade of Customs. Great job!


– Dave Pulley –

– Ron Schoch –

– Tim Schoch –

Check back for complete 2020 Award Announcements from the ISCA

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2020 GT500 Build – Time Attack

Announcing the First 2020 Shelby GT500 Racecar

Dec 29th 2019, Ohio U.S.

2020 Gt500 Build FCorteX Racing BBY Time Attack Track Competition Mustang

BlueByYou Racing (BBY Racing) team of New Jersey is one of the very first customers to receive delivery of the new Ford 2020 Mustang Shelby®  GT500®

But, before the factory sticker has even come off, plans for the racecar conversion are already in place. The build will be managed by CorteX Racing, a U.S. based manufacturer and fabrication specialist in Mustang motorsports.

I have been using Cortex Racing suspension components for the past 5 years on our S197 Mustangs.

They have transformed our cars, been dependable in harsh race
conditions and gave us a unique edge over our competitors.

– Eric Rockwell, BBY Racing

A Shelby GT500 Purpose Built for Time Attack

Maintaining their Ford Mustang roots and appealing to the market’s craving for the latest in top performance, BBY racing will build this 2020 Shelby GT500 to compete in the Street Mod Class of GridLife and Street Class of Global Time Attack.

BlueByYouRacing BBY CorteX Boss302 Cockpit 2019

With the new 2020 GT500, we are excited to develop and prove these components with Cortex Racing in this new platform.

– Eric Rockwell, BBY Racing

2020 GT500 Racecar Mod Plan

This Shelby GT500 will be purpose-built for racing.

Upgrades to the suspension system, brakes and wheels are planned at the CorteX Racing Shop in Ohio.

This is a great opportunity to help the BBY team continue their success by developing parts for the 2020 GT500. We can’t wait to see this car on track!

– Rick Reynolds, Director CorteX East

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2020 BBY Racing Schedule

BBY Racing 2020 schedule for includes 4 AER, 1 SCCA, and 5 ChampCar races with 4 cars.

Planned events for 2020 GT500:

  • National Corvette Museum – GridLife
  • Road Atlanta – Global Time Attack
  • Gingerman Raceway – GridLife
  • Mid Ohio – GridLife
  • NJMP – Global Time Attack
  • Road America – GridLife

100% Podium

In 2019, the BBY Racing team proved fierce competition driving two Mustang BOSS 302R race cars in time attack.

Drivers Eric Rockwell, Alex Rockwell and 2x Rolex winner Nelson Canache delivered many wins in the GridLife series and finished the season with 100% podium finishes.

About BBY Racing

BBY Racing is a father and son race team founded in 2015 by Eric Rockwell and Alex Rockwell. The team competes in road coarse events in both endurance and time attack formats including American Endurance (AER), ChampCar, Sports Car Club of America (SCCA), Gridlife, and Global Time Attack (GTA) race series.

BlueByYou Racing Alex Rockwell Eric Rockwell

The BBY racing team also build, maintain and race Honda S2000, Acura, Miata and BMW cars. In 2018 BBY Racing moved into a 3000 square foot facility and has since expanded to provide an arrive-and-drive program.


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About CorteX Racing

CorteX Racing ( is a U.S. based engineering design house of performance aftermarket motorsports parts and customer car builds. CorteX was founded in 2009 when the public demand for their optimized prototype suspension components (raced on their own cars) delivered what both enthusiasts and professionals were after, an unmet need for quality, durability and results in Mustang aftermarket suspension.

The passion to innovate in motorsports has been lifelong for founder Filip Trojanek, a professional mechanical engineer experienced in aerospace, energy and automotive design.

Today, CorteX is an internationally recognized leader in vintage Pro-Touring and modern Muscle Car suspension systems. In 2019, CorteX expanded with a retail and automotive performance installation and fabrication shop in Ohio.

At CorteX, delivering “the core of performance” requires a precisely engineered suspension system to maximize grip and effectively transfer engine power to the road.

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Performance Wheel Deal

CorteX Racing Jongbloed Performance Wheels Winter Deal 2019 Ford Mustang

EXPIRED – valid through 12/31/19

CorteX Winter Deals are on!

Save hundreds on Jongbloed (young-blood) performance wheels and stack on even more savings when combined with any CorteX/ JRi Coilover kit.


1 Piece Flow Formed Construction

Jongbloed uses this highly specialized process to deliver some of the best performing wheels in the industry.


Located in Morgan Hill California, Jongbloed is recognized for quality top performing wheels.

Strength with Minimal Weight

Beginning with a low pressure casting, a special machine that spins the initial casting, heats the outer portion of the casting and then uses steel rollers pressed against the rim area to pull the rim to its final width and shape. The combinations of the heat, pressure and spinning create a rim area with the strength similar to a forged wheel, in a desirable light weight at a reasonable cost.

Ideal Wheel Fit, S197 S550 Mustang

CorteX has a long history of using Jongbloed 18 x 10.5″ wheels on Mustangs for good reason, no guesswork with tire clearances… read more.

Deal valid until 12/31/19.

coupon code: wheel2019

Terms and conditions apply, not valid on already discounted items. Coupon savings valid on Jongbloed wheels sku: JB-700-105. (Note, the set of 4 wheels, sku: JB-700-105-set already includes the $200 discount.)

Bundle Savings of $400 is the total savings, with purchase of both an Xtreme-Grip CorteX/ JRi Coilover System and Jongbloed Series 700 Wheel set.

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Mustangs Dominate 25 hours of Thunderhill

December 8th 2019, Willows Ca.

The endurance race started Saturday at 11 a.m. and concluded Sunday at noon. The 25 Hours of Thunderhill is one of the most challenging auto races in the country and this year’s event proved it with drivers battling rain, mud and wind throughout the event.

In one of most grueling endurance races of the last years where adverse weather put handling to the test, it is incredible to see CorteX Racing suspension in action across the podium.

2019 NASA Pro Racing 25 Hours of Thunderhill E0 Class winners:

Dale Sievwright, Dan McKeever, Brian Smith and Ryan Roberson!

The group ran a Ford Mustang GT, and the only upgrade was the suspension.

– Nasa Speed News

Conditions were so bad, drivers described it more like a rally.

We didn’t have the pace in the wet, but we knew we had the pace in the dry, so we were watching the changing conditions,

We just tried to keep it on track and fortunately luck was in our favor today.

– John Birkhead

Fantastic Finish by Spec Mustangs, 2nd in E0

While MPACT won by 19 laps in the E0 class, the race was much closer, with DIG Motorsports and Honda Racing THRW mixing it up and making it tough sledding early in the race.

DIG Motorsports finished second in a Ford Mustang and Honda Racing THRW 2 finish third in a Honda Civic Type R.

CorteX Racing equipped Spec Mustangs driven by Beau Borders, Roger Eagleton and others drivers finish 2nd in the E0 class.  

Mustang or “Mudtang”?

What came to be deemed the ‘MUDtang’ displayed some awesome driving in more rally cross conditions than circuit racing.


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CorteX Black Friday Deals 2019

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Launch into the 2020 racing season right with your suspension mod from CorteX Racing.

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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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So, you saved a ton of dough on the Mustang which makes aftermarket upgrades well within reach. Let our expertise in builds help you take on the supercars…

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