Moller sets a land speed record of 213.413 mph in his RaceDeck
Jorgen Moller achieves fastest timed pass at Bonneville Salt Flats
October 16, RaceDeck Racing closed out the 2004 season by setting
mile speed average of 213.413
mph during the World Finals at the Bonneville Salt Flats. Driver
Jorgen Moller has broken more than 10 records behind the wheel of
modified 1932 four-cylinder Highboy roadster. The roadster is equipped
with a Darrell Cox-built 2004 2.4L (144 ci / four-cylinder) turbocharged
Dodge SRT-4 (F class) engine with a three-speed automatic transmission.
The engine puts out an estimated 750 horsepower on gas and 950+
horsepower on fuel (alcohol).
Last Saturday’s achievement was the third land speed record
the team set this year. In August the RaceDeck Roadster reached a
of 201.081 mph in
the F/Blown Gas Roadster class during Speed Weeks at the Bonneville Flats,
making it the first four-cylinder roadster to break the 200 mph mark.
event, Jorgen Moller was inducted into the prestigious Bonneville 200 MPH Club
as a life member.
In September, the RaceDeck Roadster set a record speed of 196.880 mph in
the F/Blown Street Roadster class during the World of Speed event at Bonneville.
This accomplishment officially makes the RaceDeck Roadster the fastest four-cylinder
street roadster on the planet.
RaceDeck racing is already building and rebuilding their cars for the 2005
season. The team hopes to break the 225 mph mark in the RaceDeck Roadster
They’re also looking into other classes that may fit into the RaceDeck
Racing program in 2005.