New Pro Stock Motorcycle Debuts at NHRA GatorNationals in Gainesville, Florida
Vance & Hines’ new four-valve Suzuki engine will debut with four bikes and three-teams at the first NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle (PSM) race of the 2021 season, March 11 to 14 in Gainesville, FL. The new engine uses a four-valve head designed by six-time NHRA PSM Champion Andrew Hines at the company’s Racing Development Center in Brownsburg, IN.
Angelle Sampey will pilot the Vance & Hines/Mission Foods Suzuki which features the new engine and a custom-designed chassis based on years of competition and development by the V&H crew. Angelle is the winningest female in NHRA history with 43 wins and three championships to her credit.
Also aboard the new Vance & Hines Suzuki engine and chassis are Reid Motorsports riders Cory Reed and Joey Gladstone. NHRA PSM’s 2016 Champion Jerry Savoie of War Racings will be running the new Vance & Hines Suzuki engine.