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The Lozano brothers’ father, Harold, started porting and modifying cylinder heads out of a two-car garage in San Antonio after WWII.

From that beginning, Joe, Ben and Mike founded LBP in 1978. The business grew, and LBP established a reputation as a world-class racing engine builder and developer. Some highlights of LBP history include:

1980’s
- Cylinder head development for 1980 Indy 500 pole and race winner (‘80)
- Cylinder heads for first IMSA GTP champion (‘81)
- IMSA GTP Lights championship (‘88)
- IMSA GTP Lights wins-Daytona 24 Hours (‘88-‘89) and Sebring 12 Hours
- Buick Motorsports prime engine builder- IMSA
- CRC Can Am championship

1990’s
- WSC Champion (‘98)
- Champions-USRRC and ALMS (‘99)
- ALMS LMP1 Driver’s Championship (‘99)
- IMSA GTP Camel Lights Championship (‘90)
- Exxon GTO Championship (‘93)
- 2 Daytona 24-Hour overall wins (’97,’99)
- American Drag Bike Association (ADBA) modified
national championship (‘99)
- Ford Motorsports Trans Am engine builder
-Buick Motorsports CART & IMSA engine builder

2000’s
- Grand Am Daytona Prototype Series Champions (‘00 and ‘01)
- Rolex GTS Series Champion (‘03)
- Grand Am Grand Sport Series Champion (‘07)
- All Harley Davidson Racing (AHRDA) ProMod National Champion (‘02, ‘05 and ‘06)
- AHDRA Junior-Senior National Champion (‘03)

2010’s
- Grand Am Rolex 24 overall Winner (‘10)
- National Champion-SCCA GT-1 Class ('10)
- "Race Car Technology" magazine nominee for North American Racing Engine of the Year ('10)