Speakers And Topics Announced For The 23 Annual AETC

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Speakers And Topics Announced For The 23
Annual AETC

Memphis, TN – For the 23
consecutive year,
will provide an opportunity for attendees to learn from the
best motorsports engineers in the business.

Spots are filling up for the 23
Annual Advanced Engineering Technology Conference™ (AETC
). This year's theme,
"The Latest Advancements & Developments in Engine Performance Technology," will provide engine builders,
manufacturers, business owners, design engineers, racers and media members with a golden opportunity to learn from
industry icons. Taking place on November 26
at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL, just prior
to the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) show, the 2012 edition of AETC
is limited to 350 attendees. Conference-goers
will learn from the leaders in motorsports engineering as they share their trade secrets, offer one-on-one consultations and
provide personal stories and anecdotes that will help attendees gain a wealth of new knowledge in just three days. In
addition, $30,000 worth of prizes and product giveaways are available to attendees from sponsors such as Motor State
Distributing, COMP Cams, Circle Track, Total Seal Piston Rings, Engine Masters, Federal Mogul and more. Visit
www.aetconline.com for more information and to register, and see the following page for a list of speakers and topics.

Attendees take notes and ask questions at a previous edition of AETC

About AETC

The Advanced Engineering Technology Conference™ (AETC
) was originally conceived to provide an independent and unbiased
forum for the exchange of the latest engine technology. AETC
was started in 1989 by the founder and then owner of SuperFlow. The
conference was originally held in Colorado Springs, CO, until it was moved to its current location in 2005 to precede the Performance
Racing Industry (PRI) show held in Orlando, FL. The annual conference continues to be a must-attend event for engine builders,
racers, engineers, salesmen, media and gearheads of all backgrounds and interests. For more information about the Advanced
Engineering Technology Conference™, visit us online at www.aetconline.com, or call us at 1.866.893.2382. Also follow us on
Facebook at facebook.com/AETCconference or Twitter at twitter.com/AETCOnline, and visit our YouTube channel at

Media Contact: Tammy Holland, info@aetconline.com, 1.866.893.2382

Event: 23
Annual Advanced Engineering Technology Conference

- November 26
, 2012

Presenting Speakers and Topics:
 Harold Bettes – Power Technology Consultants
Master Of Ceremonies (22
Year As Emcee)
 Mike Osterhaus - Melling Tool Company
How To Design And Optimize Performance Oil Pumps And Systems
 Tim Anderson - Racepak
Using Track-Based Date Acquisition To Increase Performance Beyond The Dyno
 Scott Diehl - Driven Racing Oil
Utilizing Advanced Base Oil Technology To Enable Performance Oiling Strategies
 Dr. Robert Prucka, Ph.D and Justin Callies - CU-ICAR
Simulation Based Manifold Design To Improve Engine Performance
 Chris Brown - ARP Fasteners
Explaining Proper Fastener Strategy To Maximize Power And Durability
 Brad Green - Mahle
Understanding Pistons In A Performance Engine And How To Optimize For Power
 Billy Godbold - COMP Cams
How To Increase Performance Beyond Limits With Cutting-Edge Valve Train Technology
 Bob Sturk - Federal Mogul
 Engine Bearing Science Applied To Maximizing Performance And Durability
 Mark Cronquist - Joe Gibbs Racing Engines
Finding Extra Hidden Horsepower To Build Championship Winning Race Engines
 Ron Sledge - King Engine Bearing
The Science Of Making Power Through Optimizing Bearing Lubrication, Clearances & Tolerances