Ice sculpture honors 10 Best Engines 19-year tradition.
Powertrain engineers and executives from around the globe network prior to event.
WardsAuto Editor Christie Schweinsberg with Hyundai America CEO John Krafcik (left), Jim Trainer and Eric Mayne from Hyundai and Chrysler, respectively.
Participants passionate about engines and related parts.
Auto maker cutaway engine displays crowd-pleasers.
Talking engines sparks lively conversation at sponsor booths.
Jamie Dennis, director-product quality and technical service, Audi of America, accepts award for 3.0L supercharged V-6.
Fred Fox, product-requirements manager for BMW of North America, accepts awards for turbocharged 2.0L N20 I-4 and 3.0L N55 I-6.
Bob Lee, vice president-engine and electrified propulsion systems, Chrysler, accepts award for 3.6L Pentastar.
Chrysler’s Bob Lee poses with members of Pentastar engine team.
Bob Fascetti, Ford-global director of engine engineering, accepts awards for 2.0L EcoBoost and 5.8L supercharged V-8.
Mike Anderson, global chief engineer for Ecotec engines accepts award for 2.0L turbocharged I-4.
John Spoltman, plant manager, Honda Anna Engine Plant, Honda North America, accepts awards for 2.4L I-4 and 3.5L V-6.
Izuru Kawahira, vice president-Subaru Research & Development, accepts award for 2.0L FA 4-cyl. boxer.
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