March 4, 2010
Triad Racing to Move Engine and Manufacturing Facilities to Mooresville
Mooresville, NC: Triad Racing Technologies announced that it will move their Toyota racing engine shop and manufacturing operations to Mooresville this year. The company will occupy 40,000 sq.ft in two separate buildings on Raceway Drive in the Lakeside Park area.
Triad Racing Technologies is considered to be at the top of the industry for race engine development and production. Triad was instrumental in Toyota winning the 2006, 2007,2008, and 2009 Manufacturers Championships in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
Currently, Triad supplies horsepower for teams in NASCAR’s Truck, Nationwide and Cup Series, as well as the ARCA Series. In 2009, Triad Racing Technologies supplied power to 21 race winners and 22 pole winners.
Triad’s engine and manufacturing facilities are presently located in High Point, N.C. and their corporate offices are located in Cornelius, N.C. The move to Mooresville will bring Triad closer to its client base and allow the company to continue to grow within the racing arena.
“We are looking forward to the move as a positive step in our company’s growth. Close interaction with our clients is an integral part of making our product successful. Mooresville is a town with deep racing roots and a home to many of our racing clients.” said Triad Racing Technologies co-owner Marty Gaunt.
Triad will move its present operations and jobs to Mooresville by the end of 2010.
“Triad Racing Technologies is a well established company in the motorsports arena and we are glad to be able to assist them in moving to Iredell County,” said Ken Robertson, Iredell County Commissioner. “The motorsports industry has a significant, positive impact on our community. The addition of Triad will hopefully provide some opportunities for some of our unemployed residents who have worked in motorsports. These are highly skilled workers and truly an asset to our community.”