2005 Roush Racing built 110” NASCAR CUP Road Course Car
Built and first raced in late 2005 by Gregg Biffle at Watkins Glen and in 2006 as a backup car for Matt Kenseth also at Watkins Glenn. It was retired after only one race when NASCAR’s new COT cars made their appearance in 2007. It remained in Roush storage until I purchased it in 2015.
The car was NEVER wrecked and was NEVER a ‘school car’.
After my purchase, I commissioned the following updates and modifications by established professional race shops in North Carolina and Indianapolis with no expense spared:
Updated front 2017 NASCAR stub and suspension (w/ 8:1 steering gearbox) by BW Race Cars in Falston, NC.
Addition of a Butler Built passenger racing seat by BW Race Cars.
Chassis modifications to accept installation of a new Chevy LS race engine by BW Racecars.
Schwankee Engineering built Unlimited TA-2 Chevrolet 6.0 Liter LS dry sump racing engine (LQ9 Iron Block w/ LS3 Alum. Heads, Dyno’d 609 HP @ crank). Tuned by Linkenfelter & Cozzolino Racing. (Complete engine build specs available)
Penske Road Course Shocks (Tuned by Cozzolino Racing includes spares)
Chassis, Suspension, and Shock set up by BW Race Cars and Cozzolino Racing (Near perfect Cross and Front and Rear balance.)
Hendrick Motor Sports radiator and oil cooler with new Spal Hi-Perf Pull Cooling Fan
TEX T101A four speed (Dog Box) transmission with auxiliary cooling and Long Shifter. Clutch is a Quarter Master 7.25” Rally Pak clutch
Rear axle is a cambered NASCAR 9” (road course) housing with C&R center section, integral cooler, Eaton Tru-Trac Torsen differential with 4.00 gear.
Brakes are AP 6 piston front and 4 piston rear, all with ducted cooling blowers
16 Wheels and tires (currently running Hoosier R75A radial tires)
Fuel cell includes with new foam, gaskets, surge tank in-cell electric fuel pump with external adjustable fuel regulator.
Wiring harnesses by Cozzolino Racing in Indianapolis, IN.
Dry sump oil lines, cooling lines, and hydraulic lines by Cozzolino Racing
New ButlerBuilt containment driver seat and passenger seat with new six point harnesses.
Paint work, ‘Tribute’ graphics, and 2017 Chevy SS graphics by Lynn Sink (Ex of Richard Childress Racing)
Car was built to compete in Vintage Stock Car, NASA, SCCA GT1 but I have never raced it in competition. To date I have run the car in HPDE events, it is one killer Track Day Car.
This is a fast, reliable, and extremely well sorted racecar.
All annual maintenance up to date by Cozzolino Racing, including detailed chassis inspection, oil and filters, chassis lube, repack wheel bearings, transmission removal and inspection to enable clutch inspection and clearance measurement, and reassembled with fresh transmission fluid.
Price has been reduced from $80,000. I have almost $90,000 into the car. Car deserves to be driven by someone interested in these classes, too good to sit.