Engine Control Units for Race Cars


Modern purpose built race cars utilize specialized computers to control engine functions. This presentation looks at the requirements and design of Engine Control Units in general and specifically as installed in an Elan NP01 race car. The process of dyno tuning the AEM brand ECU will be demonstrated, as well as sharing some on track road racing experiences.

  Date and Time




  • 106 West Janss Road
  • Thousand Oaks, California
  • United States 91360
  • Building: La Reina High School
  • Room Number: Library
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Richard Gray


Richard Gray received  a BS in Chemistry and Physics, and a MSEE in Quantum Electronics from UCLA.  He has engineered optical communication systems, and video special effects hardware. He has also worked as a real estate developer, building designer, and builder. He has engineered, constructed, and raced his own sports car. Currently he farms lemons. But most importantly, he plays at various extreme sports including sports car racing.


Pizza/Refreshments: 6:30 PM
Presentation: 7:00 PM

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