What people are saying

(May 2017 Seminar)

I just wanted to thank you for the excellent time at David Vizard’s seminar. It was a great weekend that was jammed packed with solid performance information. I’m looking forward to applying this newly acquired information and porting techniques to my business. The seminar probably gave me a good 5 years of R&D experiences. With the help of reading David’s books and reviewing that information with David, I can safely guarantee, I’ll be able to provide my clients with better performance gains than previously offered.

I also wanted to mention something that helped me get the most out of David’s seminar, that might help any future attendees. I would recommend they take the time to read, or review his book on “How To Build Horsepower”. It definitely helped me dial in my questions, so I could get the most from the seminar.

Kind regards,

Brent J Scott

Philip Turbo-Mini I went to the seminar he gave at Swansea university in 2011. Excellent weekend.
(January 2017 seminar)
Terry Howel I attended the January seminar. It was the best 3 day schooling I have ever attended! I have been to many industrial schools over the years. This was by far the best. I would suggest it to anyone. I thought I'd be lost but the info was presented in easy to understand ways.

Rex Urban I can say that I had him do all of my top class engine work and I never lost. Incredible work! APT knows. Passed many mustang and corvette in my lowly Lil austin healey bugeye with his help. Must know what he's doin.

Jim Jablonski I attended last month and considered it a bargain if not a great opportunity to learn from someone with Mr. Vizard's resume.

(referencing a motor tech article)

Amanda Moke Great article. It cuts through and to the core of a lot of the BS 'politics' of marketing. It is a shame that so many times, great engineering, based upon proper principals, backed up with tests (or tests that have resulted in great engineering!) get 'shouted down' by those with the loudest voices and all too often, the most closed (& small) minds.

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