About Downs Engineering
Downs Engineering is a business operating in California since 1978.  Downs Engineering founder,
Mike Downs, has been racing since 1968, winning SCCA Club events as a Group 44 Triumph driver,
a factory driver for Triumph, Datsun, Porsche and competing at the IMSA Daytona 24-hour race
winning his class, running Formula Atlantic, and TransAm. This racing experience carries over to
his selection and creation of quality parts to aid the customer in reaching t
heir goals.

We have been developing the Hayabusa engine since 1999 and have designed and produced
many products for the engine that have proved to be successful in racing applications as well as
for street and off road vehicles.
Many of these products were developed in our own championship
winning sportscars.                                                                                                                                      
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making you go fast is what we do best!
Contact Mike Downs
Downs Engineering
19564 Eighth St East
Sonoma CA 95476
phone: 707 938 1011
fax: 707 935 0481
email: mdowns@downsengineering.com

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1969 Group 44 National Champion


II have also been writing novels for the past 6 years. I have six books out now
and many more to come.

The first three novels are action suspense works based around 1930's auto
racing. Titles are The Artimus Box, Novac's Race, and Novac's Run.

Next up Bobo's Raid is an action thriller that takes place in 1930's Algeria.

Sounds of Deception is a WWII action novel that takes place on the Mare Island
shipyard. Mare Island was the premier West Coast shipyard during the war.
Agent Keys must protect the yard to maintain the vital war winning work.

Agent Keys Steps Out has Keys back on Mare Island this time hunting a Nazi
saboteur.  

My website for the novels is www.mikedownsmysteries.com
Check out the brilliant restoration of my
Group 44 1969 Triumph GT6+ Daytona
championship car by Classic
Motorsports Magazine.