Mike Beachel, owner of B³ Racing Engines, started out tinkering with mini-bikes and go-carts at ten years old, and rebuilt his first automotive engine at fourteen. At fifteen, Mike wrote to Chrysler Corporation telling them how much he was a fan of Mopars and asked where he could buy a Performance catalog. They sent one to him for free, and he's been a loyal fan ever since.
Mike built his first performance engine, a 389 Pontiac, when he was sixteen years old and has been building performance and racing engines ever since. He has an education from one of the finest race engine technology schools in the country, and is a certified cylinder-head porter and CNC machinist.