John Force Winning In PEAK/Realtree Funny Car

John Force Winning In PEAK/Realtree Funny Car
John Force Winning In PEAK/Realtree Funny Car

Columbus, GA -( Legendary funny car driver John Force has been burning up the track in his PEAK Antifreeze & Coolant car, which in recent weeks has been clad in Realtree Xtra camo.

PEAK planned to run the Realtree car only once – at the Mile High Nationals in Denver – which Force won impressively. The following week in Sonoma, Force was back in his familiar blue-colored PEAK car, but after that car’s body suffered a stress fracture, Force’s team asked PEAK Marketing if they could use the Realtree body for the remainder of the event. The answer was yes and the result was another win for Force in the PEAK/Realtree Chevy.

Of course, now Force and his team are feeling good about the PEAK/Realtree car, and chances are fans will see it race again – and hopefully win!

“All of us at Realtree truly appreciate PEAK using our Realtree pattern on John Force’s funny car, firesuit, and team uniforms in recent races,” said Realtree Designer and President Bill Jordan. “John is a true legend in the motorsports world, and we feel honored to be part of his record-setting victories. Realtree is also proud to be partnered with PEAK, plus there’s more to this PEAK/Realtree car than just racing. Very soon PEAK will announce an awesome new promotion for their customers, so be sure and be on the lookout for that.”

About Peak (Old World Industries): Old World Industries, LLC is among the largest privately-held companies competing in the automotive aftermarket. The Northbrook, Illinois-based company enjoys a presence in various consumer product markets in more than 50 countries worldwide. Old World’s brands include a full line of PEAK Automotive Products including Antifreeze Coolant, Motor Oil, Washer Fluid, Electronics and Wiper Blades; BlueDEF Diesel Exhaust Fluid; Final Charge Heavy Duty Global Extended Life Coolant; Fleet Charge Fully Formulated Coolant; and HERCULINER Truck Bed Liner Kits.

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About Realtree:

Realtree is the world’s leading camouflage designer, marketer and licensor with over 2,000 licensees utilizing the Realtree camouflage brand. Thousands of outdoor and lifestyle products are available in Realtree camouflage patterns. In addition, Realtree is committed to supporting individuals and groups that work to ensure our outdoor heritage, the conservation of natural places, and the wildlife that resides there.

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  • 5 thoughts on “John Force Winning In PEAK/Realtree Funny Car

    1. I have done tons of research, even on Forces so called “Ford Hemi”,,, I is just a remake of the original HEMI with a different name placed on it. The Chevy based ARIAS is slightly different, it’s more like the BallStud HEMI Chrysler designed, only one known to exist, never ran on it’s own power. Basically killed by NASCAR. The 429 Hemi that Ford put in the BOSS 429 Mustang etc, was a VERY short lived engine, nothing but problems and breakage. I have seen a couple “modern” variations of it that are improved, but it still can’t be pushed to the original Chrysler Hemi output possibilities. In reality, Ardun build the first hemispherical heads for an upgrade to the Ford flathead, few sets exist.

    2. No one casts the Pentastar logo or CHRYSLER name on them understandably. BUT, the HEMI engine design is pure Chrysler. No other engine design can make the power it does, that is why so many copy them and call them “theirs”. Doesn’t matter WHO or WHERE the parts are made, they go together to make a fire breathing HEMI !

    3. No matter WHAT body it has (Chevy.Toyota,Ford, etc) or what is plastered on the body as far as brands, it’s powered by a Chrysler derived HEMI… Same thing goes for the Top Fuel dragsters…

      1. You might want to do a little more research into John Force racing Inc., and check the video on you tube of his
        Indiana plant that makes all his engine parts. Pistons, cylinder heads, blocks, and pretty much anything else
        to do with his cars. That was when he had all the mustangs, and when ford, and Castrol was his two biggest
        sponsors, but I’m sure he still uses his parts in his peak Chevy Camaro’s, as they pay the bills, but his company
        buys\makes the parts. Nothing aluminum coming out of his shops is going to have a Chrysler stamp or logo
        of any kind on it, but you will see his parts stamped with john force racing Inc.

        1. No, they won’t be stamped Chrysler, none are… But they are ALL almost direct copy’s of the Chrysler Hemi, NO other engine design can make the horsepower they do. So they are copied… They (Force, etc) make minor changes and tweeks here and there, say it’s a Ford or Chevy, but it’s still a HEMI.

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