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George Reggio George is the guy behind all the scenes here at Maryland Performance. He has owned and operated the business since 1986. If anyone knows how to make a car fast this is the guy.
Matt Jewell Matt has worked with the company for over 15 years. He runs the speed shop and is our lead counter man. Matt is an avid drag racer as well as the president of the MSRA (Maryland Street Racing Association) and can be found racing one of his cars at many different events throughout the Maryland area. He has many years of experience both on & off the track and has proven to be a valuable asset to the company. He can be found behind the wheel of his 67 Cougar or his 80 Capri running DOT in MSRA or 10.0 in Index races.
Wes Fox

Wes has been with us for over 10 years now. He can fix anything from a four wheeler to a monster truck. He used to crew with Coraddo Motorsports so he knows how important it is to do his job right the first time. Hence, he is very meticulous about any project he takes on. He is no stranger to custom fabrication and can make anything for any application.

Justin Reggio Justin is George’s oldest son and recently married Katrina Parsons in Oct. 2007. While in School, Justin completed his degree in Mechanical Engineering. Justin has worked for several professional level companies like Banshie Studios as well as Paul Gentilozzi's Rocketsports Racing Trans-Am series and Champ Car world series teams. He is one of our valued engine builders and can also be found in the service bays doing whatever is necessary to keep the business running smoothly. Outside of work, he can usually be found helping customer's at the racetrack and crewing on George Paul’s dragster (the one on the front page) and occasionally shoe-ing a customer’s car down the 1320.
David Caine David has a long history in the performance world as well as a degree in Civil Engineering. He came to Maryland Performance in the spring of 2007 from Superchips in Florida where he was responsible for custom tuning and a good part of the research & development of new applications as well as running all of the chassis dynos. His job here is to run the engine & chassis dynos and he is responsible for the majority of the tuning. He also has a fabrication background and continues to make & mold one off pieces as needed. He has been drag racing on & off for over 20 years and still continues to shoe a car on occasion. His latest project is a 2010 Camaro with a twin turboed 427. Keep an eye on his progress in our “Projects” section.
George Paul

George has been a prominent presence in the Maryland business world for quite some time. He has held several roles from a successful restaurateur to being responsible for the incredible paint schemes on Gary Selzi’s funny car, and all of Shumacher Racing’s paint and body work along with the likes of Mac Tools Racing, Oakley and many others. He recently joined the team here bringing with him his body work and paint experience as well as his managerial skills. He is also the guy who drives that 6 second dragster on our front page and you will most likely see him piloting MPCs up & coming Nastalgia Pro-Street Mustang.

Mike Bloom Mike takes care of the internet and handles electrical car work. He has an Electrical and Computer Engineering degree dual. Mike spent the last 7 years with TurboXS (a turbocharger accessories and engine management electronics manufacturer) where he was involved in dyno tuning, tech support and new product development. We know that you probably don't need an EE degree to wire a car but we promise it wont hurt. :)
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