Troyer Race Cars is arguably the most recognizable name in both the NASCAR Asphalt Modified and Dirt Modified industries, and for good reason.
Our roots go deep into the history of American motorsports, as Troyer was among the first official modified chassis manufacturers in the country, and has remained among the most successful since 1977, when Maynard Troyer established the company as Troyer Engineering and began manufacturing NASCAR Asphalt Modifieds and several years later Dirt Modified chassis.
2020 is a year of change for the Troyer brand
In 2020, the Troyer brand branches into three divisions — Troyer Dirt Cars, Troyer Asphalt (TFR Distribution) and Troyer Manufacturing.
Troyer Manufacturing, located at the longtime home of Troyer Race Cars on Lyell Road in Rochester, N.Y., produces all dirt and asphalt chassis and continues to staff the same skilled craftsmen who have been building quality, American-made racecars for years. In 2020 the manufacturing facility was completely renovated with new, state-of-the-art equipment including CNC machinery that boasts the latest capabilities and technology, as well as the latest software and computer design programs that will allow us to evolve the Troyer product line into the most technologically advanced brand in the market today. The facility also offers a complete repair service for dirt and asphalt chassis.
Troyer Dirt Cars, operated by Mark Lipari and Tony Chiruck, is the main supplier and exclusive distributor of Troyer dirt modified chassis and components. The Troyer Dirt Cars distribution center is located at 7 Turner Dr in Spencerport, N.Y., less than three miles from the manufacturing facility, and provides an additional 6,000 square feet to warehouse cars, parts and equipment. The center’s key focus is maintaining inventory and offering expert customer service and technical support for Troyer Dirt customers.
TFR Distribution, operated by Rob Fuller and located in West Boylston, Mass., functions in a very similar capacity as Troyer Dirt Cars with the primary focus on the Troyer asphalt modified market. They will also sell and support Fuller’s LFR brand.
The separation of the company into Dirt and Asphalt branches allows each entity to focus on sales, inventory, technical support and customer service for their customers, while leaving the manufacturing facility team to do what they do best in building the cars.