From the lowest class of stock car racing all the way up to the NASCAR Winston Cup Series, wiring is an important aspect of getting your race car to Victory Lane. One bad connection or exposed wire can ruin your chances of finishing the race. Circle Track spoke to numerous experts who deal with wiring systems in race cars to come up with some hot tips on how to install and maintain your race car’s wiring system.

Many of our experts manufacture and install wiring systems for the upper levels of auto racing, such as the Winston Cup Series. Though their products may be at the higher end of the racing spectrum, their tips on proper wiring cover all classes of racing.

In regards to weatherproofing and fire prevention, Dennis Overholser of Painless Performance supplied us with a great many tips, while Wade Brown of Brown & Miller Racing Solutions gave us some pointers on connectors, terminals and switches. Last, but not least, David Hatfield of Hatfield Ignition let us in on some of his tips for batteries, battery cables and ignition wires.

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Brown & Miller Racing Solutions
4005 Dearborn Pl. NW
Concord
NC  28027
7-04/-793-4319
Pacific Industrial Components Inc. (PICO)
2545 Prairie Rd.
Eugene
OR  97402
8-00/-547-5328
Hatfield Ignitions
9900 Twin Lakes Pkwy.
Charlotte
NC  28269
8-28/-241-4621
www.hatfieldignitions.com
Painless Performance
2501 Ludelle St.
Fort Worth
Te  76105