1971 was an interesting year for the young Profile Racing. It was gaining a name for itself with its steering gears. Barely 3 years old, it then started the fabrication of race car rail chassis. Shown in the photo below is the first Northeast Modified racer built by Profile. It […]
We have found out why “Racing” became part of the Profile name. But where did “Profile” come from? This excerpt is from an old press release: “The company, Profile Racing, Inc. actually got its’ beginning back in 1968 when owner, Jim Alley acquired majority ownership of A & H Racing […]
This is our second Profile installment of 50-weekly posts kicking off a year of celebrating Profile’s 50th Anniversary. Week two: 1969. A pivotal year in Profile’s history for many reasons. But where it all began, was Jim’s idea of evolving a cast aluminum housing into one made of “Forged, Billet Aluminum.” […]
This photo has been floating around the shop this week. I got with Jim and Corey Alley on this and got a little interesting info collected.