Rain Magic To Help “TEAM STEAM USA” Bring Home The Gold From England

Steam History of Records 

American Fred Marriott was the original record holder of Steam Power for over 100 years. The Steam Powered Vehicle was built by The Stanley Brothers in 1906 and set the record of 127.66 MPH, on the sands of Florida’s Ormond Beach. Fred Marriott’s record was broken in 2009 by the British Steam Team, “Inspiration” with an average speed of 148.308 mph.


Team Steam USA 

Cuban-American Nelson Hoyos is a two-time NHRA Sport Compact Pro FWD Champion and Bonneville veteran who drove the GM Performance 4-Cylinder Turbocharged Cobalt to a speed record of 243 mph at Bonneville Salt Flats. Nelson owner of The Driven2Win Drag Racing School, has teamed up with Harry Schoell inventor of The American made Cyclone Engine; a 6 cylinder, radial format that produces 100hp @3600rpm and 850lbs-ft of torque at starting. This Modern Steam Engine will propel the new Team Steam USA Streamliner to its target goal of 200 MPH. Nelson and Harry plan to bring the Steam Power vehicle record back home to America.

The Project

The American Engineered Team Steam USA Streamliner is being fabricated in Florida right now. Nelson
and Harry are hard at work putting all the pieces together at their location in Pompano, Florida. What
took the British over 10 years to put together, these American Designers are on the cusp of making
history in a matter of months. This Team Steam USA project will change how we think about placing
power to the pavement. Forget about fossil fuels and greenhouse gasses.  

The Cyclone Engine is capable of running on virtually any fuel (or combination of fuels) including today’s promising new bio fuels, while emitting far fewer pollutants than traditional gas or diesel powered internal combustion engines.

Get Involved

How can you help The American’s bring home The Gold and make history at the same time? Explore
more about Team Steam USA and The Cyclone Engine by visiting www.TeamSteamUSA.com Join the
family of sponsors that believe in The American dream and a better way of powering our cars than
killing our planet.

Cyclone Power Technologies
Driven2Win Motorsports
Mickey Thompson
Rain Magic
Racing Nuts Motor Sports, LLC.
Strange Engineering

Help These American Engineers bring back the world record home to America.


July 27th, 2012 Nelson Hoyos & Harry Schoell will be a guest on The Racing Nuts Radio Show Live at 9pm at K-1 Speed 2950 Sterling Road in Hollywood, Florida. The show will also be on www.racingnutsmotorsports.com as Steve The Racing Nut Christensen goes one on one with Nelson Hoyos & Harry Schoell to get the inside story as it happens.

Cyclone Team Steam USA will break the World Steam Record in late October of 2012 at NASA Kennedy Space Shuttle Landing Strip in Cape Canaveral, Florida. Special thanks to NASA for inviting us to this amazing place of history.



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Rainmagics Pyrocoat R class A fire retardant will be used to protect the streamliner from fire. This fire retardant coating has been used by every NHRA funny car for protection on their carbon fiber bodies.

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2016 Camaro shrinks, moves to Caddy ATS platform

General Motors’ redesigned, 2016 Chevrolet Camaro will be smaller than the current model and will be built on GM’s Cadillac ATS compact-car chassis, Chevy says.

It also might offer a turbocharged four-cylinder engine, as the rival Ford Mustang does.

The next-generation Camaro goes on sale late next year.

Chevy hasn’t provided any teaser photos of the 2016 Camaro and says it doesn’t plan to unveil the car at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit in January. In fact, Chevy says, it hasn’t decided where the next-gen car will make its debut.

The current Camaro, launched in 2009 as a 2010 model, uses a rear-drive chassis that’s a modified version of a Commodore by Holden, GM’s Australian unit.

GM says it’ll stop building cars in Australia in 2017 and turn Holden into a marketing operation only, so the Camaro has to shift to a platform that’ll continue in production.

Cadillac’s ATS coupe, the version of the ATS that’s most like a Camaro, is shorter, narrower and weighs less than the current Camaro. It’s also smaller than the new-design, 2015 Ford Mustang.

The ATS chassis was developed to make a car that could be a credible rival to the BMW 3-series, so moving to that setup will mean Camaro joins Mustang in emphasizing a European sporty-car driving feel.

It’s a striking move for cars that have defined the American sporty coupe for decades. In fact, such cars are called “pony cars” after the pioneering Mustang launched April 17,1964.

Ford developed the 2015 Mustang to broaden its appeal to overseas buyers, hoping to boost sales globally. To target European and Asian shoppers, Ford gave the Mustang a more nimble chassis with independent rear suspension and added a 2.3-liter turbocharged, four-cylinder to the engine lineup that includes V-6 and V-8 engines.

GM’s Cadillac ATS offers a turbo four, so a version of that engine would be a natural for the new Camaro, as well.BANNER_01