Having been a part of the diesel performance market for the previous 10 years, Aaron Schaff and his Father Rod Schaff are, as expected, avid diesel racers. Active members of the NHRDA the Schaffs are involved in the racing organization and diesel industry on several different levels. Rod Schaff is the current director of the NHRDA Division 6 events as well as the owner of CT Performance the shop responsible for the building and maintenance of the CT Racing vehicles.
Aaron Schaff, the driver of the “Bad Company” race truck is well known in the diesel racing industry having successfully set several records including his quickest Super Street pass in 2010 with a time of 10.38 @ 130.86MPH, in his now retired 2003 Dodge Cummins, also with a 5.9L Cummins Engine. Looking to improve his times and proceed to the next level, Aaron has now entered the Pro Stock Class of the NHRDA, where the trucks are lighter, quicker and reach top speeds that much quicker.