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Employment History

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Howe Racing Enterprises Inc


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Alton Franklin | Michigan Motor Sports Hall of Fame

www.mmshof.org [cached]

Al worked with Ed Howe of Howe Enterprises. to design and produce one of stock cars most famous header, the "180 degrees".
Al and Ed Howe designed and developed all the exhaust headers and components for American Speed Association (ASA), Ed Howe - Junior Johnson - Don (Big Daddy) Garlits - Shirley (Cha Cha) Muldowney - Paul Goldsmith - Mike Eddy - Junior Hanley - Bo Laws - Eddi Flora - Bob Perry - Don Biederman - Frank Seder - Bob Kingen plus many others.


Ed Howe | Michigan Motor Sports Hall of Fame

www.mmshof.org [cached]

Ed Howe
Inducted into the Michigan Motor Sports Hall of Fame in 1988 HoweEdHead 72 Ed Howe from Beaverton, Michigan is one of this country's most respected short track auto racing personalities. Howe started racing about 1960 and ran stocks and super modifieds throughout the state in the early 60's before switching to the semi late models where he came into his own. By the mid 1960's Howe was winning frequently throughout the state. In the 1968 Howe began painting his cars green as a protest to the drivers who were superstitious. He picked up the nickname "Green Hornet" and for the most part has had cars painted green ever since. Howe has not been one to have the same number year after year, but rather changes regularly. Perhaps Howe's most famous cars were the green Camaros numbered GOING and GONE that he built in 1973. In 1974 he was highly successful in campaigning an AMC javelin. Howe has recorded over 200 feature wins. HoweEdSM61 72 Some of Howe's major wins include the 1969 U.S. Late Model Championship at Tri County Speedway in Ohio and the final "Pittsburgher 250" at Heidelberg Raceway in Pennsylvania in 1973. He has also won the Michigan State Championship at Berlin Raceway many times. He is the only four-time winner of the Florida State Championship (1972, 1974, 1975 & 1976). And in 1972 Howe won both the Alabama State title and the prestigious Snowball Derby at Five Flags Speedway in Florida. HoweEd90 72 Howe is a rare driver as he adapts well to either pavement or dirt surfaces. He is a many time winner of the annual "Mudslinger" at Auto City Speedway as well as being one of the winniest drivers on the MSPA trail. But his wins like the "NASCAR 300" at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds in 1977 has brought him nationwide acclaim. Yet Ed Howe is actually best known for the competitive and durable stock cars he builds and sells. Ed formed Howe Racing Enterprises in the early 1970's and was a pioneer in building kit car style short track late model chassis. He is one of the foremost chassis builders in the country. Ed's reputation for building sturdy, fast cars, and his true concern for safety has helped to make his cars some of the most dependable available. HoweEdH 72 In the past few years Howe has cut back on his driving and has turned over the driving chore to his son Chas, but he occasionally still can be found behind the wheel. In past years he was best known for having some of the best drivers in the business as his factory driver. Ed Howe is truly one of the nations most successful short track late model racers and is indeed a legend in Michigan auto racing.


Howe Racing Enterprises - ASCAR Chassis Suppliers

www.ascar.20m.com [cached]

In 1971 stock car racing was about to change forever when my father, Charles "Ed" Howe, left his job as a machinist and founded Howe Racing Enterprises.
With the help of his first two employees Ed began taking orders for ready-made, purpose built stock cars and replacement parts. Within weeks a deluge of orders overwhelmed the young entrepreneur and an entire new industry came to life. Howe's products were developed from Ed's 10 years of experience as one of the top drivers in the Eastern United States and Canada. A racing visionary, he developed his products by making them ready to race based on what he had built for himself. "In 1998 Stock Car Racing Magazine voted Ed Howe as one of the 25 men to make the greatest difference in the sport of stock car racing in the USA. In 1997 after years of dedication to his business and the sport of stock car racing, Ed Howe moved himself to an advisory role and I became President of Howe Racing Enterprises. My father continues to take part in product development and I believe that through his genuine love of racing, he has created better parts by designing them as if each part was for his own use. This same directive is our motivation today. "As a driver I have compiled over 60 feature event victories and have been active in all facets of the business from an early age. In 1992 Howe Racing Enterprises received an unprecedented endorsement when the American Speed Association (ASA), specified that all new ASA racing cars must utilise a Howe built chassis mid section. Howe continues to be the exclusive producer of mid sections for ASA as well as the SCCA class GT America. "In 1999 we became involved with a new venture for stock car racing that will bring American stock cars to the United Kingdom, ASCAR. The cars that Howe is producing for ASCAR are based on the ASA chassis design.


Alton Franklin | Michigan Motor Sports Hall of Fame

www.mmshof.org [cached]

Al worked with Ed Howe of Howe Enterprises. to design and produce one of stock cars most famous header, the "180 degrees".
Al and Ed Howe designed and developed all the exhaust headers and components for American Speed Association (ASA), Ed Howe - Junior Johnson - Don (Big Daddy) Garlits - Shirley (Cha Cha) Muldowney - Paul Goldsmith - Mike Eddy - Junior Hanley - Bo Laws - Eddi Flora - Bob Perry - Don Biederman - Frank Seder - Bob Kingen plus many others.


Ed Howe

www.mmshof.org [cached]

Ed Howe
Ed Howe from Beaverton, Michigan is one of this country's most respected short track auto racing personalities. Howe started racing about 1960 and ran stocks and super modifieds throughout the state in the early 60's before switching to the semi late models where he came into his own. By the mid 1960's Howe was winning frequently throughout the state. In the 1968 Howe began painting his cars green as a protest to the drivers who were superstitious. He picked up the nickname "Green Hornet" and for the most part has had cars painted green ever since. Howe has not been one to have the same number year after year, but rather changes regularly. Perhaps Howe's most famous cars were the green Camaros numbered GOING and GONE that he built in 1973. In 1974 he was highly successful in campaigning an AMC javelin. Howe has recorded over 200 feature wins. Some of Howe's major wins include the 1969 U.S. Late Model Championship at Tri County Speedway in Ohio and the final "Pittsburgher 250" at Heidelberg Raceway in Pennsylvania in 1973. He has also won the Michigan State Championship at Berlin Raceway many times. He is the only four-time winner of the Florida State Championship (1972, 1974, 1975 & 1976). And in 1972 Howe won both the Alabama State title and the prestigious Snowball Derby at Five Flags Speedway in Florida. Howe is a rare driver as he adapts well to either pavement or dirt surfaces. He is a many time winner of the annual "Mudslinger" at Auto City Speedway as well as being one of the winniest drivers on the MSPA trail. But his wins like the "NASCAR 300" at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds in 1977 has brought him nationwide acclaim. Yet Ed Howe is actually best known for the competitive and durable stock cars he builds and sells. Ed formed Howe Racing Enterprises in the early 1970's and was a pioneer in building kit car style short track late model chassis. He is one of the foremost chassis builders in the country. Ed's reputation for building sturdy, fast cars, and his true concern for safety has helped to make his cars some of the most dependable available. In the past few years Howe has cut back on his driving and has turned over the driving chore to his son Chas, but he occasionally still can be found behind the wheel. In past years he was best known for having some of the best drivers in the business as his factory driver. Ed Howe is truly one of the nations most successful short track late model racers and is indeed a legend in Michigan auto racing.


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