Advanced Engine Research designed, developed and serviced the 2.0 liter, four-cylinder turbo engine that powered the Dyson Racing American Le Mans Series P1 entries.
Dyson Racing is celebrating its thirtieth year in professional sports car racing this year. The team’s history is rooted in exploring the latest that science has to offer and pioneering new performance enhancements.
Dyson Racing is celebrating their 30th anniversary in professional sports car racing this year. Half of those years were in the American Le Mans Series from its inception in 1999 through its final race at the Petit Le Mans in October.
BRASELTON, GA October 19, 2013 – Dyson Racing ended their thirtieth anniversary year and the final race of the American Le Mans Series with a second place P1 finish at the Petit Le Mans Powered by Mazda at Road Atlanta.