to the Greensboro, NC website of Jasper Engines and Transmissions,
Inc. 2002 marks the 60th anniversary for Jasper Engines and Transmissions
as the supreme leader in the remanufacturing industry. Today Jasper is the
nation's largest mass remanufacturing company of drive train products, with
over 18 acres of remanufacturing in 4 facilities along with 30 branch locations
and over 1600 associates. Since starting out as an authorized Ford remanufacturing
company in 1942, Jasper's product line has expanded to include domestic and
import gasoline engines, transmissions, diesel engines, differentials and
marine products. "Doing it Right" and continuously striving for the "Perfect
Product" are first and foremost the top priorities for each and every associate
on the Jasper team.
Although locally owned and operated, the Greensboro NC sales office has adopted
this same business philosophy. Offering the best customer service that can
be found anywhere today, providing the customer with a friendly and knowledgeable
sales and delivery staff, and maintaining a perfectly clean warehouse distribution
facility are all an integral part of our plan.
If you have any questions about our company or need additional information
please click on the CONTACT US link. Thank you for visiting our site.
DRIVER DAVE BLANEY
Dave Blaney brings a wealth of experience and a competitive driving
style to the Jasper Motorsports team for the 2002 NASCAR Winston Cup
Dave began his professional racing career driving sprint cars in May
1981. Since then he has raced with all three major sprint car organizations;
The World of Outlaw National Challenge Series, United Sprint Association,
and the All-Star Circuit of Champions.With over 180 career feature
wins and more than 20 track records, he has consistently ranked within
the top five in the National Sprint Car poll.
In 1997, Dave signed
with AMOCO that extended itself into Dave signing a three year contract
with Bill Davis Racing, to drive the AMOCO Pontiac in the NASCAR Busch
Series. Dave's successes continued in 1998. In the final eight races
of that year's NASCAR Busch Series season, Dave's average start (8.3)
and average finish (11.6) were among the best of any series regular
during the period. He placed fourth among all drivers for the season.
In 1999 , Dave finished a solid seventh place in overall NASCAR Busch
series points. He captured four pole positions during the '99 season
and finished in the Top 10 thirteen times.
Dave began racing in Winston
Cup Series events in 1999 and continued into the 2002 season. In 2001,
Dave finished in the Top 15 eleven times including six Top 10 finishes
and completed the season 22nd in point standings.