Howard Hurd brings Ingersoll Rand to the grand opening of Daytona International Speedway.
A year after the first Daytona, Hurd and Ingersoll Rand become fixtures in the garage.
They sell and service the Ingersoll Rand 405, the tool that revolutionized NASCAR pit stops.
Ingersoll Rand engineers begin work on the next generation of wrenches.
Ingersoll Rand introduces the twin hammer mechanism and the IR 231.
The 231 revolutionizes racing tools once again and becomes the best selling impact wrench of all time.
The 231 evolves, becoming “The Fastest Gun Around.”
Ingersoll Rand joins forces with Ray Evernham and the Rainbow Warriors. Wins and championships become the standard.
Evernham and Ingersoll Rand introduce the Thunder Gun, setting a new bar for impact wrench performance.
Ingersoll Rand partners with Stevie Smith in the World of Outlaw Series.
Ingersoll Rand and Evernham Motorsports field Boris Said in the first ever Ingersoll Rand fully sponsored car.
IR introduces the next Thunder Gun.
Ingersoll Rand returns to the track.
Ingersoll Rand partners with some of the top teams in racing.
The next-generation IR Hauler is introduced.
Ingersoll Rand enters the Continental Tire Series with Rebel Rock Racing.
Ingersoll Rand debuts the #44.
Ingersoll Rand becomes the Official Power Tools of NASCAR.