NEXT GENERATION DRIVER, BRYCE MICKE THROWING NEW TECHNOLOGY AT TWIN-TURBOS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 7/02/20

 

NEXT GENERATION DRIVER, BRYCE MICKE THROWING NEW TECHNOLOGY AT TWIN-TURBOS

 

Notable:

  • Third-generation racer, Bryce Micke continues racing career under ComSYNC EFI

  • Getting to know Bryce Micke with his passion and drive for motorsports

  • The Micke Legacy continues throughout the motorsports industry with much history

  • 2020 Danny Nelson Chassis is set to attack in the remaining 2020 Super Comp season

 

Troy, Missouri (July 2, 2020) – There is no secret that the junior drag racing ranks prepare an up and coming driver for the elite ranks of drag racing. The 17-year-old driver, Bryce Micke is the perfect example of doing what it takes to be remembered as a retired Jr. Dragster driver. Since 2019, Bryce and his father, Ryan Micke (Owner, ComSYNC EFI) have successfully completed the ComSYNC EFI Twin-Turbo dragster build.

Following in the motorsports footsteps of his father and uncle, Mark Micke (Owner, M&M Transmissions), Bryce is involved with many other activities as well. As a high school student, he is a dual-enrolled student of Wentzville Holt High School and St. Charles Community College. With a 3-year-membership of the Boeing Explorer Post Program of St. Louis, Micke is quite the dedicated teenager.

 

“This new EFI that we have designed is honestly a major game changer to sportsman-style drag racing and market in general. The combination on this new car is way different from anything that I have seen before,” stated Bryce Micke – in discussion about the newly developed ECU management system.

The history of the Micke family is well-known all across the industry, and the legacy continues on. Bryce has learned from the best-of-the-best (Keith, Ryan, Mark Micke) and results are shown because of that. With the brilliant combination of Ryan and Mark Micke, the family still teams up on various occasions – after separating in 2008 with an NMCA Championship. 

 

With much knowledge on the technology that it requries to win, the Micke family has built the combination most would not understand. The 2020 Danny Nelson dragster houses a Precision Racing Technologies 5.3 LS engine attached to twin 67mm Xona Rotor turbos, converting the torque to power with a M&M Power Glide Transmission and converter. The package includes custom headers from Callahan Fab and were fabricated in house. To keep the engine perfectly lubricated and safe, the new line of VP Racing Oil is what is trusted when running the stock heads, crank, and block from a 1500 Chevy Silverado. The dragster is currently in Super Comp trim, but is also being raced in regular bracket racing categories – with future plans of switching to Top Dragster trim.

 

To follow along the progress with Bryce Micke and his new ride, stay tuned on our websites, social media, and email marketing platforms.

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