Headquartered in Atlanta, GA and founded in 1993, MTI Racing has a tremendous personal commitment to being involved with our customers and their products. Each member of our staff contributes with backgrounds in engineering, fabrication, professional racing, and expert troubleshooting. You can count on MTI Racing to develop products for your vehicle that are reliable and powerful.
NASA Road Racing Champion
Led by former World Challenge racer Reese Cox, MTI Racing grew during the pinnacle of rapidly advancing race technology. Reese's involvement in the Corvette Challenge Series paved the way to becoming team manager for Tommy Morrison Racing, preparing the team's ZR-1 Corvettes for the 24 HRS Of Daytona from 1991 to 1994. While acting as crew chief and engineer in the IMSA Invitational GT Series, Reese and crew clinched a SCCA GT-1 National Championship with GM engineer/pro driver John Heinricy. Reese's attention to detail soon opened doors to work with a number of notable pro road racing teams and pro drivers such as Johnny Rutherford, Tommy Kendall, Andy Pilgrim, and Boris Said.
In '96 and '97 Reese became the Southeast SCCA American Sedan Champion with his MTI Racing prepared Z28 Camaro. The next year, Reese started competing on the pro level driving in the SCCA World Challenge Series earning Rookie of the Year and placing 6th overall in the points of that series. In 1999 Reese became part of the C5-R factory development team, establishing the new Zo6-C5 Corvette package. His team was the first to campaign the C5 race car in the Speedvision World Challenge Series, and also race in the Motorola Cup that same year.
MTI Racing was also featured on "Dream Car Garage" for 13 episodes to highlight the latest innovations in the C6-Z06 Corvette. The viewers got an up-close view of the MTI Racing Stage 1 street engine upgrade, MTI Racing/Penske coilover suspension, MTI Racing Aero Package and our famous MTI Racing "Big Red" Sway Bar package. There was even a road course shootout between the host's all-out vintage racecar, and the MTI Racing street Corvette. Although the host gave it all he had, he was no match for the technology available from MTI Racing. (p.s. Hey Peter, next time, bring all you got, and more.)