Endurance Racing Success

“To finish first, you must first finish.” -Rick Mears

A reputation for endurance can not be earned in and advertisement or a dyno graph.  It can’t be persuaded or faked.  It must be earned on the racetrack and it must be proven again and again.   Katech has spent the last 33 years building a reputation for endurance by never compromising it’s engine-building morals.  If it isn’t right, it doesn’t ship.   Katech’s 33-year accumulation of testing and validation equipment has grown to support the advancement of durability through validation, failure analysis and durability testing.  Click the links t the right to see how this uncompromising mentality has brought wins in some of the most challenging endurance races in the world.



24 Hours of Le Mans

24 Hours of Daytona

24 Hours of Spa

24 Hours of Zolder

12 Hours of Sebring

10 Hours of Petit Le Mans