We don't just sell parts, we torture test and abuse the products we make before they are ever sold to the public.
Rob Hamilton - (owner) Rob spends most of his time away from Autofab working with his kids and their Jr Dragster program. His younger son Sam jumped into Robbie Jr's old Autofab car which was voted Best Engineered on several occasions and featured on the cover of JR Dragster Magazine. Robbie Jr. now drives another new (last year) custom designed Junior Dragster designed and built in house by Rob. This new car features a billet aluminum front half and adjustable rear suspension. The entire car was "murdered out" at Robbie Jr's request. Rob loves driving his 35 Ford Rat Rod pickup, owns a 67 Jaguar E type he's restoring and an 87 Grand National.
Terry Sinke- (machinist, fabricator) although he's retired and stopped drag racing 7 years ago, he is still a vital part of our racing operation and helps us everyday. His "vast knowledge and far superior skills" have won him many big money bracket races and a multitude of track championships, along with wins at Divisional and National NHRA and IHRA events. He's still building and tuning alcohol carbs (we call them Sinkerators) which keeps him plenty busy in his spare time.
Tom Reyer - (Manager) has 16 years experience as a manager and has been here at Autofab for 6 years. Tom has 20 years bracket racing experience and drove one of Rob's dragsters for 3 years. He won the track champoinship at Capitol Raceway in 2002 and the Race of Champions at the NHRA bracket finals. He now bracket races a 10 sec 1972 Nova he's owned for 20 years. The Nova has Autofab tubular control arms and removable driveshaft loop and will be tubbed using Autofab ladder bars and back half kit. We're also is in the middle of mini tubbing a 69 Camaro cruiser for his wife and he recently purchased a Turbo 98 Camaro street car to play with.
Josh King - (internet sales) our "Sales Dragon" has driven everything from JR Dragsters to Jim Cunninghams 6 Sec. Pro-Stock Ford Escort. He plans to compete in the NMRA Drag Radial division this year driving Bryan Norman's 1990 Mustang built and prepared by Autofab. (this car has every bolt on suspension piece we make on it) Josh can drive and win in just about anything he drives. He also spends most of his spare time outside of Autofab coaching and playing softball.
Brad Sebert - (head fabricator/roll bar guru) With 25 years experience fabricating and installing roll bars in everything from Pro-mods to Late Model dirt cars, Brad is our head fabricator. He can be found nearly every weekend down at Potomac Speedway in Budds Creek, MD campaining his Autofab Race Cars prepared and sponsored 86 Monte Carlo in Hobby Stock.
John Sullivan - (shop tech/fabricator) has semi-retired from bracket racing. John bracket raced for many years and won numerous times in the footbrake (non-electronics) and street class at our local tracks. John has been spending most of time away from Autofab on the river, jet skiing and boating with the family and grand kids.
Isaac Speiss - (Welder/Fabricator) Won the state and regional welding titles in high school before coming to work here at Autofab. Isaac is a taleted welder and welds up almost every part we sell. Isaac rides motorcross, jet skis and spends most of his summer out on the water.
Tod Baldwin - (go to guy) Tod, a full time fire fighter, helps us here on his days off. Whenever something needs to be done, we rely on him to do it. We couldn't ask for a more dedicated "employee" to get the job done right the first time, every time! Friends like Tod are hard to come by, we are glad he's here to help us out and we couldn't run the place without him.
Bryan Norman - (Computers, ELD service writer) Bryan drives one of Rob's dragster in Super Pro and has a low 9 second Mustang he races in the footbrake (non-electronics) class. Bryan has been bracket racing for several years and was a vital part of getting Autofab's parts sales up and running.
Dave Kormanik - (ELD shop tech)
Paul Lamar - (ELD shop tech)