Meet US-based Nigerian professional race car driver and engine builder

Meet US-based Nigerian professional race car driver and engine builder

- Bisi Ezerioha is a US-based Nigerian engineer and engine maker with so several recognitions

- Ezerioha's automobile creations have been featured in various films and video games

- The creative engineer also has a degree in natural sciences and a masters in chemical engineering

Bisi Ezerioha, also known as Ndubus Ezerioha, is a Nigerian-American engineer and professor race car driver, entrepreneur and engine builder.

Ezerioha got admission into the university at the young age if 15 where he was a pharmac*utical researcher for years before he decided to branch off into the engineering field.

According to Wikipedia, Ezerioha’s automative creations have been featured in many films, televisions, toys and video games.

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Bisi was born on January 6, 1972 to Emesia and Ezerioha who are industrialist and biochemist respectively.

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The automobile genius left Nigeria after studying briefly in the country and transferred to Cerritos College, where he graduated with associated degree in applied and natural sciences.

He later proceeded to California state university where he got a degree and master’s degree in Chemical Engineering and Engineering Management respectively.

In 1994, Ezerioha founded Bisimoto Engineering to bring out his many automative designs.

Innovation at Bisimoto later expanded into the turbocharged market with a 700 hp 1.6L sohc powered Honda civic wagon, 533 hp LEA1 1.5L CR-Z hybrid, among others.

He has corporate support from companies like American Honda, Hyundai Motor America, among others.

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