- A Nigerian man built the fastest carbureted front-wheel car in the world
- The man is an automotive scientist, engine designer and a pro race car driver
- He currently holds two world records in car engine design and speed
Ndubisi Ezerioha is a Nigerian automotive scientist who constructed the fastest carbureted front-wheel car on earth. He is the owner of Bisimoto Engineering, a company that has built engines for top vehicle manufacturing companies such as Honda.
Ezerioha who hails from Anambra state is recognised for his many technological skills. He was the first to implement the now-famous transmission adapter plate to a Honda. He has designed engines for companies like Hyundai, Porsche and Honda.
The talented engineer who specializes in design, manufacturing and sales of high performance parts for vehicles, partnered with Hyundai to build it’s 2016 Tuscon model which is arguably the most powerful Tuscon to date.
Briefly.co.za gathered that Ezerioha had been admitted to Anambra State University of Technology at the age of 15, in 1988. He had studied petrochemical engineering before moving to the United States in 1989 to study chemical engineering in Cerritos College in California. He also studied engineering management at the California State University.
In 1994, he founded his Bisimoto Engineering which produced engines for Motorsports racing. He designed high performance engines for Honda Civic Wagon, the Porshce 911, the Honda Odyssey, Hyundai Elantra and so on.
In 2003 he was voted world’s favourite pro stock racer with six event wins and he constructed the fastest carbureted front-wheel car on earth. His achievements have been published by popular magazines all over the world.
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