Our Staff

Calle Mirkowsky


Calle making use of old tires

Raised in the BC interior, how Calle’s interest in all things automotive originated is a mystery. Starting out as a Honda owner enjoying autocross events, her passion for cars took a more serious turn when the idea of Four Function Autosport began. At the shop she is the first one to get excited by other people’s projects and often instrumental in seeing big ideas through to the end. This year Calle is looking forward to sending her K20 powered Civic to the Knox Mountain Hill Climb for the fourth time, and sliding around in the S13 at some D-Days.

Dave Ingraham

Dave sitting in front of the drift union soarer


Born and raised in the Okanagan, Dave has been playing with engines since before he could drive and has been working as an apprentice / Red Seal Technician since 1997. Outside of his General Motors training as an LS and Duramax engine specialist, Dave has spent time building 4x4s and working as lead mechanic for a circle track Sportsman team. When the going gets tough Dave is generally at the center of the solution with many years of experience and lots of technical training to draw on.  Currently Dave is looking forward to an exciting year drifting his SR20det powered S13 coupe at DDays and completing his 1990 Talon 4g63 motor build.

Shawn Browne


Shawn enjoying an afternoon on his hand built Cafe racer.

Shawn has been a close friend of Calle and Dave for many years and joined them at the shop in early 2013. He grew up around his dad’s hot rod shop and has a passion for anything that is loud and could potentially light on fire. Before coming to work at Four Function, Shawn spent 7 years developing his skills under the watchful eye of Richard Romolock at Guaranteed Automotive and is a huge asset to the shop. He enjoys creating things and is a great problem solver, lately he has been building Cafe racer bikes in his spare time. One of the founding members of Drift Union, Shawn enjoys drifting his RX-7 with friends and we thank him for putting on the Penticton D-Days!    


In loving memory of Lake, July 2006 – December 2018
Dedicated shop greeter, top notch security enforcer, terrible dog, #1 best friend.


Lake the dog offering up a high five.

With us since the beginning, Lake is our official greeter and night watchman. His hobbies include eating, running, sleeping, and playing tug’o-war. Most cars are a little too loud for his liking but he rarely misses the chance to attend a  Drift event.

Justin Schiller


JustinJustin came to the shop in late 2015 from Weyburn Saskatchewan, wanting a chance to live out his dream job.   Justin is a red seal technician that loves to make things go fast.   Justin is also a great fabricator and welder and loves to make things fit where they don’t belong.   He has a passion for drifting and drives a high HP rotary powered RX7 that is always in a state of improvement.