Kevin McCotter

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Kevin McCotter’s first time at the race track was in June 2009 – in Milan, Michigan.

He started out with a burn out contest, and from there began racing with NMCA & NMRA True Street 1/4 mile tracks. From 2009-2017 Kevin raced 14 seconds, and has 18 winning plaques and 11 Aerospace Components Winner’s Circle hats! Congratulations!!

He has been the fastest “King of the Street” True Street winner 3 times. Kevin was also 6 times a 9-second winner in True Street! Wow! Kevin knows how to get his wins!!


His 1990 Foxbody Mustang was sent to the body shop in November 2019 and in 7 weeks was transformed — 352 lbs lighter and paint from white to purple. Kevin raced his new ride at the Bradenton Motorsports Park Racing NMRA opener in 2020! He finished the NMRA opener 8.89 seconds at 150 miles with carberated small block.


During the off season, he also upgraded his brakes to Aerospace Components light weight billet aluminum brakes. “I got to know Al and Kim Kussy in the Aerospace Components Winner’s Circle and saw their involvement with NMRA & NMCA series” says Kevin. 

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“The Aerospace Components front and rear brakes were a perfect install, and I can’t wait for a chance to put more Aerospace Components products on my car. Namely, their billet aluminum shifter, vacuum pump and water pumps! I am hooked on Aerospace Components products!! I was also impressed with the Aerospace staff. They were helpful in answering any questions I had. The performance of Aerospace brakes are 100% on point and no fade at the end” says Kevin of his experience with Aerospace Components. 


Kevin’s future plans are to race anywhere he possibly can in 2020. He currently races Limited Street. He hopes to be coined the “NA Guy” or better yet… “King of NA”!

He is currently building a second car for True Street racing as well. “I miss the True Street racers, they became like family to me, we had a lot of fun together” says Kevin.



Special thanks to:
Randy Thomas for repainting his Mustang 

Engine builder – Rick Lapouttre, Racing Heads/Engine

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