The MPMC is happy to welcome Nolan Jamora, Chief Operating Officer at Isky Racing Cams, as the council's newest select committee volunteer. Jamora will serve a two-year term, playing a critical role in helping to advance the growth and prosperity of motorsports parts manufacturing companies.
From working in his uncle's engine building shop from the age of 12, to racing in many different categories, and running Isky Racing Cams where he was tasked with taking an iconic industry family company into the future, Jamora built up an invaluable amount of experience in all facets of the automotive industry. Combined with his five years of experience as a city planning and development commissioner, Jamora has a unique big-picture understanding the industry and how to grow and protect it.
During his four years at Isky Racing Cams, Jamora modernized the company infrastructure as well as developed both a five- and 10-year plan to move the company successfully into future. His expertise will make a great addition to MPMC leadership.
In addition to Jamora, MPMC welcomes back Melissa Scoles of QA1 as council chair; chair-elect John Lambert, Hypertech; immediate past chair Rob Fisher, E3 Spark Plugs; Brian Bohlander, Old World Industries; Mark Campbell, COMP Performance Group; Mike Deatsch, DeatschWerks; Scott McLaughlin, Holley Performance Products; Brook Piper, Callies Performance Product; Tim Torrecarion, AFR - Air Flow Research; and Frank Vasquez, KW Automotive North America, Inc.