SEMA eNews Vol. 19, No. 17, April 28, 2016

Racing News: Team Bilstein Racers Win Big

Compiled by SEMA Editors

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Team Bilstein racer Jerett Brooks took first place in Pro Lite last weekend.
   

Team Bilstein Racers Win Big

Last weekend, Bilstein off-road racers secured six podium finishes in rounds 3 and 4 of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series. During round 3, Team Bilstein racers Jerett Brooks took first place in Pro Lite, Taylor Atchison took second in Pro Buggy and Trey Gibbs took second in Mod Kart. Sunday’s round 4 results were almost identical. Again, Brooks took first place in Pro Lite and Atchison took second in Pro Buggy. Gibbs stepped up his game with a first-place finish in Mod Kart. On the dirt-track side, Team Bilstein racer Kevin “Buzzy” Adams took first place Friday night at the Red Cedar Speedway WISSOTA Modified event. He then proceeded to back his win up with another first-place finish Saturday night at Rice Lake Speedway. Team Bilstein racer Joey Zambotti also scored big this past weekend, taking first place in the RUSH Series Stock Car race held in Learnerville, Pennsylvania.

Other notable dirt-track victories this weekend:

  • Rick Conoyer won A-Mods at I-55 Raceway.
  • Brian Wolfmeier won A-Mods at Belle Clair Speedway.
  • Gabe Menser won A-Mods at Charelston Speedway.
  • Bill Egleston won IMCA A-Mods at Merced Speedway.
  • Brian Worley won the $2,000 Super Street Special at NEA Speedway.

Dee Zee Announces Sprint Car Racing Sponsorship

Dee Zee Inc. has announced its continued primary sponsorship of Jon Agan and Agan Motorsports. Dee Zee has been in business since 1977 as a leader in the light-truck accessory market, and teaming with Agan Motorsports promotes its outdoor product line and the audience following the sport of Sprint Car Racing. Agan’s career highlights include 10 wins at the Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville, Iowa, numerous wins throughout the Midwest and Texas and the 2014 and 2015 Sprint Invaders Champion.

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The 18-in. WELD/CCW designed and built Roush Velocity wheels are mounted on the Roush Road Racing Ford Mustang Boss 302Rs of Jack Roush Jr. and Nate Stacy.
   

New WELD/CCW Forged Performance Roush Velocity Wheels Debut at Pirelli World Challenge Event

A new forged competition wheel, jointly produced by WELD and CCW Forged Performance, debuted at the Pirelli World Challenge (PWC) event at Barber Motorsports Park as part of the Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama near Birmingham, Alabama, April 22–24. The 18-in. WELD/CCW designed and built Roush Velocity wheels were produced exclusively for Roush Performance. The wheels are mounted on the Roush Road Racing Ford Mustang Boss 302Rs of Jack Roush Jr. and Nate Stacy, who compete in the GTS class. Roush Jr. and Stacy are off to a good start to the season with Roush Jr. having chalked up double wins at the World Challenge GTS race at the St. Petersburg Grand Prix and Stacy securing a third-place finish.

 

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