MM News

Turnology drives their S550 after they installed the latest MM Starter Box. Read about the Starter Box and their test drive report.

/DRIVE just released a new video of MM's Mustang in their Tuner car Shootout. We've just posted the parts list and link to the video.

Back in stock! M-5500 stock replacement rear upper control arms for Fox and SN95 Mustangs.

New! Maximum Motorsports has the Caster Camber Plates and coil-over kits specified for NASA's Spec Iron road race series for S197 Mustangs.

New! MM now offers an adjustable front swaybar for SN95 Mustangs. Currently in stock and ready to ship.

New! MM now has StopTech front brake hoses for the 2015+ Mustang.

New! MM Starter Box for S550 Mustangs. Includes Koni dampers, MM Caster Camber Plates, choice of Eibach or H&R springs, and Eibach swaybars.

New! Koni struts and shocks are now available for S550 Mustangs. Koni's renowned Sport series single-adjustable dampers will greatly improve the handling your 2015+ Mustang.

2001 CMC Championship

MM Mustang dominates the 2001 Camaro-Mustang Challenge series!

Bomarito Jonathan Bomarito piloted his Maximum Motorsports' prepared Mustang to the 2001 season championship of the Camaro-Mustang Challenge series. He clinched his first title with three 1st place finishes at Sears Point International Raceway on November 3 & 4, 2001. Those three wins capped a season that saw Bomarito dominate the 18-race series with 14 wins, 2 seconds, 1 third and 1 fifth place finish ? plus ten pole positions.

Bomarito's championship-winning 1992 Mustang was equipped with Maximum Motorsports' suspension components, Toyo tires, and Baer Racing brakes. California Automotive & Tire and Ted's Collision Center, both in Salinas, California, also provided sponsorship.

Incredibly, 19 year old Jonathan Bomarito won the championship in his first year of the CMC series. His previous racing experience includes several years in karts, four starts in the Grand Am Cup and one appearance in the Barber Formula Dodge Championship.

Mustang and Camaro enthusiasts created the CMC series to promote competitive, affordable, racing between Mustangs and Camaros. Wheels must be 16" by 8", and the "nearly stock" engines are limited to 230 horsepower and 300 ft-lb of torque. The Camaro-Mustang Challenge is sanctioned by the two California chapters of NASA (National Auto Sport Association, www.nasaproracing.com, or see www.camaromustangchallenge.com).