Resolution Racing provides services to the performance racing industry, from drag racing to truck and tractor pulling. We provide a full line of parts from all of the industry leaders for all things blown alcohol.

Resolution Racing Services carries a complete line of Rage fuel pumps and Enderle fuel injection parts in stock. We also wet flow complete blown alcohol fuel systems on our digitally-controlled Racepak Data equipped wet flow bench. We service roots-type superchargers and provide the most advanced performance modifications for both high and low overdrive applications.

If it’s a screw-type supercharger your team runs, we offer performance coatings, axial inserts, and all of the items in line with that market. Whether you’re looking to increase performance, baseline or refine your on-track tune up, you can count on Resolution Racing Services.

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Gregorini Captures First ANDRA National Win

DanielWINDaniel Gregorini, driver of the Scratch and Match Motorsports Top Doorslammer G-Force Race Cars built 68’ Camaro, captured his first ANDRA National Event win at last weekend’s event at the Kwinana Motorplex in Perth, Western Australia. Gregorini, who switched over to a PSI D series screw blower for 2014, has been looking for the steady tune up that he was known for over the last couple of years with his trusty roots blown doorslammer.
After struggling with clutch set up the first day Gregorini got two feet underneath him on the second day and started showing improvement. His 6.08 second lap in the afternoon got him the needed data to make a stride towards the win. He stated, “It’s no secret that we have been searching for the proper combination with the screw blower this season. After the last event only parts breakage kept me from getting to the end of the track and qualifying like I knew we could, today things kind of fell in place. We aren’t totally there yet but getting closer”. With tuning assistance from Jim Salemi of G-Force Race Cars Inc. and his brother Jon Salemi of Resolution Racing Services Inc. Gregorini would go on to take the win. First knocking off Victor Bray with a 5.92 @ 243 mph and then soloing to his first event win, after Gary Phillips couldn’t make the call, with a 5.91 @ 243 mph. Daniel said, “This feels great. There is a lot of hard work and dedication that goes into this win. All of my crew guys, Lisa my wife to be, my parents and family, all sacrifice so we can come to do this and have some fun and compete. I couldn’t do it without anyone of them! The car is coming around well. I was really trying for that 5.80 on that run. It seemed like the dew was setting in cause it starting spinning the tire in the middle of the track so I short shifted it to keep it calm and get to the end! Man this is a great feeling!”
A huge thank you goes out to all of my sponsors Kerb Doctor, Kendall Oils, Westcoast Siteworks, Scratch & match Autocolour, Metalux Paints, G-Force Race Cars, Speed Torque, Resolution Racing Services, DTM, Drag Tech Fabrications, Subiaco Print and Windrush Composites
Look for the Scratch and Match team at the local rounds at the Kwinana Motorplex on the 22nd of March and the 5th of April. The team then travels east to compete in the ANDRA championship rounds at the Nitro Champs in Sydney in May
And the Winter Nationals in Brisbane in June.
Image by Luke Niewhof

Resolution Racing Services Gives Back to Racers at SCSN 9

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John and Camp Stanley. Photo by Dyan Lover.

Jon Salemi, owner of Resolution Racing Services, had a great response to the performance incentives at the Street Car Supernationals 9 at the The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Resolution Racing Services put up four separate contingency awards at this year’s event: Low ET in both Outlaw Pro Mod and Pro Mod and Top Speed in both Outlaw Pro Mod and Pro Mod. Each paying a $250 bonus.

“We all are performance junkies,” Jon Salemi stated, “that’s what’s cool about putting up these bonus awards. It makes it a little more exciting and there’s some incentive for teams to strive for during the event.”

In Outlaw Pro Mod, the Low ET award was taken by John and Camp Stanley (pictured) with a record breaking 5.64 second run. The High Speed bonus was taken by Eric Dillard in Jose Gonzalez’ El General 69 Camaro, with his 260 mph plus blast down the quarter-mile strip.

In Pro Mod, California’s Scott Oksas blasted both ends during qualifying with a 5.88 second run at over 255 mph! Scott joked and said, “I’ll have this money spent by tomorrow morning!!!!” Resolution Racing Services looks forward to SCSN 10 in 2014—it can only get better.

Top Dragster Driver Melanie Simmons Salemi—4th Place Q32 Points Chase

CAYUGA, ONTARIO (October 15, 2013) – A strong competitor with her Top Dragster entry, Melanie Simmons Salemi enjoyed a good 2013 season in the Quick 32 Sportsman Series.

Driving her Toyrific Racing Team Mike Bos dragster, Simmons Salemi qualified for all six events this year in the fifth year of the series, presented once again by NAPA Auto Parts.

Qualifying fourth for the season opener in Martin, Michigan, Simmons Salemi was eliminated in the first round, and after qualifying eighth for the next race, on the Cayuga Dragway of Toronto Motorsports Park, she made it to the semi-final.

For the next race—also at Cayuga—she qualified sixth but was out in the first round. But in the fourth race, after qualifying fourth, Simmons Salemi went all the way in the event, winning the Top Dragster eliminations as well as taking the event title over Top Sportsman winner Kevin Wicke of Stratford, Ontario.

For the final two events, held at the Grand Bend Motorplex, she qualified sixth and fifth respectively, and was eliminated in the second round in both events.

The dragster is powered by an ERD built 509-cubic inch big-block Chevy engine, supercharged, and with a Resolution Racing Services fuel system. An Abruzzi two-speed Powerglide sits behind the powerplant.

The car is capable of mid six-second runs at about 205 mph at the hands of Simmons Salemi, whose hometown is Orillia, Ontario.

Crew chief for the team is her father, Roger Simmons, while husband Jon Salemi looks after the tuning for the team. The crew consists of Colin Steels, Mike Scott, Tanner Simmons, Suzanne Simmons, Evan Salemi and Akyra Salemi.

Sponsorship comes from Jackson Transportation Systems, Delta Faucet Canada, Brampton Pallet Inc., ERD (Engine Research & Development), Auto Sense Auto Parts, Auto Logic Service Expert, Castrol, Extreme Collision Centre, NGK Spark Plugs, Resolution Racing Services, G-Force Race Cars Inc. and RS Performance Auto Service.

The Annual “Night of Champions” Championship Point Award Series Banquet for the Pro Modified Racing Association (PMRA), the Quick 32 Sportsman Series and the Pro Bike & Sled Series (PBSS) will be held at the Burlington Hotel & Conference Centre in Burlington, Ontario on Saturday, November 16, 2013.

The Quick 32 Sportsman Series will compete at all these events in conjunction with its companion series, the Pro Modified Racing Association, and the Pro Bike & Sled Series, providing an exciting, colorful, and complete show of the best in drag racing action.

For more information, contact Bruce F. Mehlenbacher at