Leonard Long

Leonard Long

Owner at G-Force Transmissions

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Location:
150 N. Grant Street, Lebanon, Pennsylvania, United States
HQ Phone:
(717) 202-8367

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Long to Stick with Manual Transmission and Bruno's Converter Drive in 2018
Soon after securing a runner-up finish at the 9th Annual NMRA/NMCA All-Star Nationals in April at Atlanta Dragway, NMCA Boninfante Racing NA 10.5 driver and G-Force Transmissions owner Leonard Long decided to make some changes. Now, Long, who holds the Boninfante Racing NA 10.5 top speed record with a 174.62 mph, is preparing for the 2018 race season, and will continue to use a Bruno's converter drive, though he may go back to his G-Force Transmissions GF-2000 clutchless five-speed transmission, despite the additional rotating weight. "On these little-tire cars, you have to control the tire speed so much, and with clutches, you either either slip or grip, and as a result, no two runs are the same, whereas with a converter, you're more likely to have multiple runs that are the same," said Long.

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Leonard Long of G-Force Racing Transmissions took home a big win in NA 10.5 at the NMRA/NMCA Super Bowl at Route 66 Raceway in Joliet, Illinois last weekend.
Long, the #2 qualifier recorded a 174.46 blast during round 2 of qualifying, almost surpassing his 174.62 record from Atlanta. That's the NCRC Lock Up Converter doing work big time! In the finals Long defeated David Theisen when Theisen spun and Long went straight down with a strong 8.095@171.10.

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Low ET door slammer was Capt. Ed Brady in Leonard Long's 400 inch Mustang with a 8.09 at 167.47 MPH.
Leonard Long BEAVER'S ON THE ROAD - LEONARD LONG WINS NMCA: Leonard Long of Long Shifters and G-Force Transmissions dominated the NMCA event in Florida over the weekend. Leonard qualified number 2 with a 8.08 after setting low ET with a 7.92. On Sunday he sweep through the field on his way to the title in his 419 inch small block Ford. Leonard ran a 8.02 at 170.68 MPH in defeating Dwight Austin's 8.03. Leonard said it was a team effort with Beaver regulars, Rick Bowman, Ron Reber, Dale Knudsun and Capt. Ed Brady all lending a hand in the winning effort. Leonard is the official sponsor of the Friday Modified Street Series again for 2016.

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