Mason Daniel's No. 33M Sprint Car is a beast of a machine, with a power-to-weight ratio that rivals that of a Formula One racecar. Positioned just inches in front of his knees is the 360-cubic-inch, 5.9-liter V8 purpose-built racing engine that produces over 750 horsepower in a vehicle that weighs just 1,500 pounds.
The chassis is constructed of light-weight aircraft-quality steel tubing that is extremely strong and constructed to withstand high-speed impacts.
The wings are one of the most distinguishing elements of the car, with a top-wing mounted above the driver’s head that measures approximately five-feet by five-feet and produces a significant amount of downforce. A small front wing is also in place to help balance the car with the appropriate amount of front-end downforce.