October 6, 2009, Americus, GA – Star Racing is pleased to announce that Greg Cope has taken a position with our high performance 4-cylinder and V-Twin engine and cylinder head department.  Cope, who began his racing career with Star in the early 80’s, is a cylinder head porting specialist and engine building expert who brings 30 years of experience to the Star team. 

Greg is well known in the pro stock motorcycle industry.  He was crew chief for NHRA Winston Champion Dave Schultz, four of his six championships, and spent a number of years running his highly successful engine building enterprise CoGreg Cope at Star Racingpe Racing.   Greg is also recognized as the “tuning guru” who jump started Karen Stoffer’s Geico team.  He is transitioning to Star after a recent stint with Vance & Hines. 

Greg said, “I see the unlimited potential of the Star Racing brand and am eager to move forward with our 4-cylinder and S&S Pro Stock engine programs.  The Star team is also working on high performance parts and upgrades for the new style 4-cylinder motorcycles such as the Hayabusa, GSX-R’s and ZX-14’s.  I’m very excited to be working with a company that has so much talent and experience.  Whether it is motorcycle parts and engines sales, machine shop services, engine building, or putting together complete motorcycles – we do it all.”      

Schedule your next high performance engine upgrade or cylinder head port work with builder, developer and “go fast” consultant Greg Cope by calling 800-841-7827 or email

In 1980, George Bryce and his wife Jackie founded Star Racing to support the motorcycle drag racing community.  Their high performance motorcycle company has evolved into a successful mail-order parts business, with engine building, and machine shop services.  Their state-of-the-art machine shop houses a 5-Axis Haas CNC machine, Sunnen boring and honing equipment, a Spintron; DTS and Superflow engine dynos, and a DynoJet chassis dyno  Check them out on the web at or call 800-841-7827.

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