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New for 2017!!!!!

for the 2017 season is our redesigned sprint car hubs.   The P series has been a great hub for us over the last 2 seasons.   But now we have made it even better!!!   The new P series hubs have redesigned features which include built in threaded steel inserts, added lateral strength features

t into a new 2024 t6 forging.   Although the P series center’s overall look the same, these changes bring a huge strength gain across the board.   Available for fall orders!

Back to Back WOO Victories in PA!

style=”text-align: left;” align=”center”>It was a great weekend out east with Keizer Sprint wheels as we had back to back WOO victory lane shots!

“It means a lot to win here,Port Royal is where we started so to win here at home, we’re proud. We’re still from P.A. no matter what anybody says.”Logan Schuchart winning Port Royal

align=”center”>“This is incredible, That might have been one of the toughest races I’ve run. They were setting one heck of a pace. I kept working the bottom off of four and I thought if we got to traffic, I’d be alright and sure enough we got to it. These are the toughest guys to race against and to be able to win against these guys and race that hard- it was no easy win.” Danny Dietrich winning the Williams Grove Speedway National Open.

PPM keeps building on great season!

Hill’s Racing Team and Parker Price Miller capture their first Canadian Sprint Car Nationals win!    Then taking part in the Sprint Car portion of the Gold Crown at Tri-City Speedway, Parker Price-Miller would use a win and a third place finish to extend his MOWA point lead and would seal the deal and become the


“I can’t say enough about this team,” Parker Price-Miller said. “We have been really fast all year, but the last couple of months we have really been strong and running well up front.”

Cunningham & Keizer GNCC National 4×4 champs!!!

a year it has been! Congratulations Kevin Cunningham on your 2016 4×4 Pro GNCC National Championship!

Klaasmeyer continues to make name!

Klaasmeyer found a line in his midget picking up a nice victory in his Boss chassis.  Great Job Tuck & thanks for taking us along for the ride!

Hafertepe a few races away from ASCS National title!!!

id=”js_6z” class=”_5pbw _5vra” data-ft=”{"tn":"C"}”>Sam Hafertepe Jr. continues to lead the ASCS sprint car series points championship bid.   Few more races and he has it!!!   Nice hat Sam!

Nothing like the first USAC win!

style=”text-align: left;”>Josh Hodges wins the $10,000 USAC fall nationals at Lawrenceburg,IN.  Thanks for racing with us Josh!

Madsen scores huge NLS victory!

still falling for us in 2016 Sprint world.  Here are just a small few of our highlights from the past few weeks.   Ian Madsen lived a dream of his as he raced his way to his first career victory at the Eldora Speedway during the Four Crown Nationals.




Cab Construction and its had work pays off!

Kertscher lead the IRA teams to a feature win!

Matt Sheppard Scores Another Utica-Rome Speedway Win

VERNON, NY- SUNY Canton and Wilbur Duck Chevrolet sponsored an intense night of racing action at Utica-Rome Speedway on Sunday, June 12th. The day was full of events that were rescheduled from earlier dates that had been postponed

ure, including the Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints and King of Dirt series for both 602 Sportsman and Pro Stocks. Matt Sheppard found his way to victory lane again in the Gates-Cole Insurance Modified feature, making it three on the year. Joining him in victory lane was Rocky Warner for the King of Dirt 602 Sportsman, Luke Horning for the King of Dirt Pro Stocks, and Steve Way for the Broedel Energy Open Sportsman. For the Empire Super Sprints, Jason Barney won the A-Main after a wild finish. For more details, see the Empire Super Sprints official release.
Tim Mayne and Mike Mahaney were the pair on the front row that took the green to begin the Gates-Cole Insurance Modified feature event. Using the top side, Mahaney was able to dig his right rear into the racing surface and take the lead. Behind him, Vic Coffey was starting to climb through the top five. The fifth circuit saw him catch Mahaney and use the bottom to slip on by and take the top spot. He didn’t have a chance to pull away, however, as defending track champion Matt Sheppard had already navigated the field and worked his way into the top five after starting 13th. On lap 10, Sheppard found some space underneath the leading Coffey and drove by for the lead.

Take a ride with Monteith and 5 Grand!

Montieth wins a thrilling $5,000-to-win Hilly Rife Memorial non-stop 30 lap feature event at Lincoln Speedway Saturday night.


the first time since November 5, 2011 during the “Oval Nationals” at Perris (Calif.) Auto Speedway, a track hosted multiple USAC National Sprint Car features in one night.

In Wednesday night’s second feature at Lincoln that awarded no points toward the series championship, the lineup was determined by who finished on the lead lap during the

feature and then completely inverted.  Nineteenth place finisher Carmen Perigo, the last driver on the lead lap in the first feature, would start from the pole alongside Landon Simon while first feature winner Clauson lined up 19th.

Perigo led the first two laps from the pole, but Simon would run him down to take the number one spot on lap three.

With five laps to go, it became a three-car race between Simon, Brady Bacon and Aaron Farney.  The trio were separated by an estimated three-car-lengths as they each hugged the inside guardrail around each turn.

Bacon continuously closed on Simon until he was right on Simon’s tail tank as the two headed for turn three.  Bacon threw a Hail Mary to the treacherous high side in order to find a single ounce of moisture that would propel him past Simon.  But it was not to be as Simon took his first career USAC-sanctioned victory and, in fact, Farney was able to make up the ground to beat Bacon to the checkered flag for the second spot.

With the win, Simon joined Troy Rutherford (Tri-City Speedway in Granite City, Ill. 2003) as the only driver to be victorious in a non-points-paying USAC National Sprint Car event without having a single full-points series win to his credit.

Kline Wins and Ball Finishes Second at Knoxville Raceway
Kline Wins and Ball Finishes Second at Knoxville Raceway

class=”newsHead”>Inside Line Promotions – KNOXVILLE, Iowa (June 7, 2016) – White Lightning Motorsports captured its first win of the season last Saturday at Knoxville Raceway, where Devin Kline won his eighth career 305ci main event.

The win ties him with Larry Ball Jr., who is his car owner, for most triumphs in the class

lf-mile oval.

Saturday began with Kline qualifying sixth quickest before he advanced from fourth to second place in a heat race. Kline then started the main event on the pole with a six-car inversion for the 15-lap main event.

“The first two laps me and Christian (Bowman) were side by side,” he said. “Then he worked away from me. I was catching him on the bottom in turns one and two and losing him on the bottom in turns three and four. I moved up and followed him on the top in turns three and four and stayed on the bottom in turns one and two. When I finally moved by him I started working the bottom again.”

Kline took the lead on Lap 7 and pulled away for the victory.

Teammate Jamie Ball also had a standout performance in his return from a weekend off following a violent crash. Ball timed in fifth quickest in the 360ci class and he ended sixth in a heat race to advance into the feature inversion, which lined him up on the outside of the front row for the 18-lap main event.

“It went about as good as it could go for the most part,” he said. “Our weekend started off like normal where we put ourselves in a good spot. We qualified fifth and made it through the heat race. I was able to start on the front row of the feature. I led a couple of laps before getting beat by a little better car.”

Ball took the lead on Lap 8 and held onto the top spot until Ian Madsen passed him on Lap 14. Ball held on for the runner-up position, which marked his seventh top five of the season.

“I was fast on both the top and the bottom,” he said. “I was able to get by Matt Covington on Lap 8 and I led a few laps. I think we had five restarts and eventually it bit me. A couple of laps after a restart Ian Madsen got by me. We’re being consistent and it’s nothing to hang our heads about, but we’re hungry for a win.”

Ball will return to competition this Friday and Saturday at Knoxville Raceway. Kline is off this weekend.

Sheldon Haudenschild out front again.
Sheldon Haudenschild out front again.

Haudenschild in victory lane with family and crew after winning the Saturday leg of the All Star Circuit of Champions Ohio Sprint Speedweek at Waynesfield Raceway Park. Bill Weir Photo


Madson finds 4 early wins this season.

MEDIA- Competing with both the NSL 360’s and NSL 410’s over the Memorial Day Weekend, Ian Madsen would pick up two more feature event wins a couple of Top-10’s over a successful weekend for his KCP Racing team.

“It was a pretty good weekend for us all around,” Madsen said. “We picked up some wins, and

s, and ran really well at all three tracks I thought.”

Friday night at the Jackson Motorplex, Madsen stole the show with the NSL 360’s during double feature night. Lining up on the pole of the first feature event, Madsen was strong aboard his Logan Contractors Supply Inc./Aspen Aire/Team Kline Electric No. 18 machine.


Golobic takes the Woods machine to Shamrock Classic 50!
Golobic takes the Woods machine to Shamrock Classic 50!

Golobic wins his very first career USAC National Midget Feature during the Shamrock Classic 50 at Du Quion in Illinois Saturday Night. Dennis Krieger Imagery/USAC Dennis Krieger Imagery

Conningham 2 for 2 on the GNCC 4x4 podium!
Conningham 2 for 2 on the GNCC 4×4 podium!

Cunningham has started the season off right scoring two consecutive podium finishes on his keizer wheels at the GNCC tour!

Keizer Wheels set standards in China Formula comp!
Keizer Wheels set standards in China Formula comp!

Aluminum Wheels has become the #1 wheel in China yet again!    We have partnered with some key importers that make our US produced wheel parts available to every team.   & they utilize us indefinitely!  We thank all the teams from every continent for taking us along for the ride!

Racing Wheels award
Derron Oakley rocks new YXZ to IXCR victory!


2016 Opening Round IXCR in Attica, Indiana turned out to be great stop.   Our first YXZ 1000 and favorite winter build project, picked up a huge win topping the podium.   Derron Oakley proved quickly his team and this machine will be a contender this season.   We look forward to watching this team


Matt Sheppard Starts Strong!

FL – February 19, 2016 – Thursday night’s 30-lap Modified DIRTcar Nationals main-event at Volusia Speedway Park came down to a battle between two of the best Super DIRTcar Series drivers in the Northeast. Matt Sheppard and Larry Wight duked it out for the final 10 laps of the feature race with Sheppard coming out

top at the checkered flag.

Miles Paulus tops his season off right!

a record setting 1,249 entries among 615 drivers in 2016 we couldnt be more happier for this young man.   Miles Paulus has had some big wins over the last 12 months.   This one probably tops it.    We want to thank all the teams and drivers for coast to coast for taking us

ith them again this season.    We look forward to more drillers than awe can count any longer!


Quoin, Illinois.……Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. conjured memories of his breakout 2007 USAC season, as the Olive Branch, Mississippi driver returned to midget racing on Saturday night and passed Bryan Clauson with three laps to go for the win in the inaugural “Junior Knepper 55” USAC Midget special event at the Southern Illinois Center. Stenhouse was caught

in a lap-one logjam but recovered after restarting the event in the 20th and last position before making his way forward to the $3,000 payday.

Schuett sweeps the inaugural Indy Invitational

IL (December 13, 2015) On a uncharacteristically warm December Indy day, 40 of the top dirt drivers from around the country assembled at the Banker’s Life Fieldhouse in downtown Indianapolis. After receiving a late invitation to the first ever Indy Invitational, Kyle Schuett quickly showed why he was one of those 40. As if earning

15 POWRi Rookie of the Year honors, finishing fourth in POWRi points, and winning the National Midget Driver of the Year Rookie of the Year award wasn’t enough, last night wrapped up what has truly been an unforgettable 2015 race season for Kyle and his Schuett Racing team.

Our 2015 USAC National Champion!

MadMan Robert Ballou would grab his 13th win of the year tying J.J. Yeley for 2nd most AMSOIL National Sprint Car wins in a single season. It would also lock his 2015 USAC National Champion bid in the books! Robert is not traditionally a points racer but

en your on a winning streek like he had its hard to not go close the deal out. We would like to congratulate robert on a huge season and thank him for taking Keizer Wheels along for the ride!

Flud Adds $10,000 to top season off!

Flud has had another incredible year that is ending with allot of changes and a lot of wins. Frank just pocketed $10,000 for his Outlaw Nationals victory at Port City Raceway. A week later he opened his own Shop DrivenMidwest. Here flud plans to continue his winning ways.

Flud is up to 55 wins for the 2015 season with his most recent coming out of Lemoore California. The Tulsa Native has been doing some traveling before settling in for this year’s shootout.

Danny Dietrich Wins the $10,000 at Susquehanna Speedway

win was Dietrich’s 16th of the year, a big number a sport draped in parity. This one was worth a nice $10,000 payday.
“It gives us a lot of momentum going into the offseason,” Dietrich said. “Not just with the crew, but also the car owner and all of our sponsors.
“We are just fortunate that everyone

supplies us with products and crew. You put it all together, and we were able to combine to have that many wins. There was also a lot of luck involved.”
Not on a blustery afternoon and evening at Susquehanna Speedway Park. This victory came down to skill.

Frank Galusha banks $5200 Grand!

where do I start. So far this weekend me have managed to win two mains at English Creek totaling $5200 in winnings. This is the biggest pay day I have ever earned in a racecar and I am overwhelmed with the experience. Thank you to everyone who has reached out to show me some love

nd support, it means the world to have so many people congratulate me. Also, huge thank you to Mike Long for all the help this weekend and keeping my head in the game. Tonight we will try for a third at Stuart Speedway in Suart, IA.”

Jacks & Keizer take top spot at Heartland Challenge!

Jack’s Excavating /Keizer Wheels/Can-Am /Racertech team of brothers Marcus and Mouse Pratt came away with the UTV 1000 (Pro) class overall and victory at the annual off-road race. The four-hour UTV portion of the weekend event was held on Friday night and offered three classes for traditional SxS vehicles and another for single-seat vehicles. More

entries competed in Iowa. The Pratt brothers completed 20 laps in just more than 4 hours to secure the class overall and UTV overall at the Heartland Challenge. Their time was more than seven minutes ahead of second place overall (UTV 900 class winner) and more than 10 minutes over the runner-up in the UTV 1000 class. “Our keizer wheels just keep us going. We run a combo style offset swap from front to rear. The innovations we have helped Keizer bring to the UTV world have help make this possible. We love working together and winning together.” said Marcus Pratt. “We wouldn’t have won had it not been for our team, sponsors and, more specifically, our fabricator and mechanic Tim Muilenburg.”

Aaron Farney took us along for a milestone win!

Haute, Indiana…….Aaron Farney completed a dominant, wire-to-wire first career win in Wednesday night’s “Don Smith Classic” at the Terre Haute Action Track. The 19-year-old from Brookston, Indiana ran the extreme high side of the vaunted half-mile and continually pulled away from the field, slicing through lapped traffic and capping it off with a spiritied fist

pump at the finish line after a 5.193-second victory in the DCT Motorsports – Brettnacher Farms #15F Maxim/Ott.

Dover turns slow start into pile of trophies!

Line Promotions – GREENWOOD, Neb. (July 21, 2015) – The trophies continue to pile up for Jack Dover, who picked up his ninth win during the past dozen races last Thursday at I-80 Speedway.

Dover’s win was his seventh in the last eight Carpetland Nebraska 360 Sprints features, which moves him within 11 points of the

mpionship standings lead despite missing a race. It was also his 10th triumph of the season, marking his fifth time in the last six seasons registering double-digit victories.


19, 2015; Sun Prairie, WI – The past two weeks the Bumper to Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprints has showcased some of the hottest drivers in the country. Last week Rico Abreu topped the action at the Dodge County Fairgrounds, and tonight 16-year-old sprint sensation Parker Price Miller captured top honors in the 2nd Annual Norm

elson classic at Angell Park Speedway. Parker has been a long time partner of Keizer Aluminum Wheels Inc.

Ballou Puts Keizer wheels up top!

City, Kansas…….It was “take no prisoners” for Robert Ballou on Sunday night at Lakeside Speedway as the Rocklin, California driver decimated the field to win the 30-lap “Weld Racing Spring Classic.” After a caution with 12 laps to go, Ballou tore away from the field to an eventual 7.519-second victory in the Blakesley Auto –

MPHG Promotions #12 Maxim/Ott on the first visit to the track by the AMSOIL Sprint Car National Championship since 2001.

Joe Krcelich wins XC2!!!!

the SxS XC2 Pro Sport class, Keizer Wheel on top with Joe Krcelich beating the mud to take home the win. Krcelich grabbed the holeshot and took an early lead, and he drove smart, which allowed him to stay out front and win the race. Not only did Krcelich win, he was also the only

er in XC2 Pro Sport class to complete four laps. “I got the holeshot and caught up to the class ahead of me. I just tried to drive smart and finish the race. There were cars everywhere on the side of the track, so I didn’t go out there and go as fast as I could because it was more of a survival race than anything. There was a lot of carnage out there, but our Racer Tech parts held up great,” said Krcelich.

Randy Weaver Wins Career-High $20,000!!!

style=”color: #de393b; font-size: large;”>Streaking driver Randy Weaver continued his 2015 dominance on Saturday evening, April 11, as he reached victory lane in his first-ever visit to the state-of-the-art Virginia Motor Speedway in Jamaica, Virginia! Despite suffering power steering woes during qualifying, Randy topped the star-studded 46 car

d during Ultimate Super Late Model Series qualifying to earn Fast Time honors. Following a heat race triumph, Randy led all 60 circuits in the ‘Aaron’s King of the Commonwealth’ from the pole position. The Crossville, Tennessee superstar beat Jonathan Davenport, Scott Bloomquist, Gregg Satterlee, and Chris Madden to the checkered flag to score a career-high $20,000 windfall! Complete results from last night’s win at VMS can be viewed online at

Parker Price-Miller’s Scores First 410 Win!

MEDIA- The first win is one you will remember forever, and Parker Price-Miller is sure to remember Saturday night at the Fremont Speedway in Fremont, OH, as the Kokomo, IN product picked up his first career 410ci winged sprint car win.

t car win.

Spencer Bayston @ Belle Claire.

Bayston wins Belle Clair IL POWRi Midgets 4/10

Logan Jarrett wins his first USAC Win.

Jarrett wins his first ever USAC feature at Lawrenceburg,IN. Sat. 4-4-15. Mark Miefert

Hodges Wins Copper on Dirt!

Hodges gets his First Win of 2015 and Copper on Dirt!

Brian Montieth at Lincoln

Brian Montieth wins at Lincoln Speedway Sunday

Ryan Bernal Stays HOT!

CA – MARCH 29, 2015… Slipping past Danny Faria Jr., Hollister’s Ryan Bernal led the final laps to earn his fourth USAC West Coast Sprint Car win of the season. The $1,500 triumph capped off a successful opening night for Hanford’s Keller Auto Speedway at Kings Fairgrounds. Faria, Jace Vander Weerd, D.J. Johnson, and Jake

wanson followed Bernal’s to the checkered flags.



March 29, 2015
Brownstown, Indiana

Robert Ballou continued his hot streak by picking up the $7500 payday at Brownstown Speedway’s annual “No Way Out 40” event. Originally scheduled for Saturday the event was pushed back to Sunday due to weather conditions, this gave Ballou the rare opportunity to race on his birthday.

Chilly weather conditions brought

ze, group qualifying resulted in Ballou starting in 3rd in his heat and finishing 2nd to Brady Short. The program moved along quickly with Ballou slated to start 6th in the 40 lap feature. Kevin Thomas Jr picked up the early lead in the race with Ballou hard charging to second by lap 12. Ballou continued to gain momentum and after 3-4 slide job filled laps was able to secure the lead over Thomas and then never looked back. Celebrating his birthday in victory lane, Ballou picked up his third win of the non wing season.

“Initially our plan was to come and check this motor out that we had gotten back and make sure everything felt good, I can’t say enough good things about these Don Ott motors and what they have done for our program as well as a few things Derrick Bye and I have been trying. Brownstown went out on a limb for this race when a lot of other promoters would have canceled, the track was in great condition for the feature and it gave us the chance to put on a show for these hard core fans that came out in the chilly weather.” Ballou commented.

Ballou continued on to thank all involved sponsors: Don Ott Racing Engines, MAXIM Chassis, Indy Race Parts, Hoosier Tire, MPHG Promotions, Lucas Oil Racing Products, Hinchman Racewear, Butler Built Seats, Hooker Harness, Keizer Wheels, Infinity Shocks, Manvel Motorsports, Deaton’s Waterfront Services, Alloy Wheel Repair and Blakesley Auto.

Next scheduled race for the team is April 4, 2015 with the USAC National Sprint Cars at Lawrenceburg, IN.

Dustin Gates and Day motorsports!

off to Dustin Gates of Haughton Louisiana,  former world micro champ in his second season in a sprint car.   He parked it on his opening night!

Dietrich wins – Williams Grove Opener

Dietrich in the Kauffman Racing 48 wins opening night at Williams Grove Speedway PA Kris Keath – Williams Grove Speedway Opener by Dirt Station Check out what all Dirtstation’s Classic Dirt has to offer

California Shoe Michael Faccinto!

Faccinto en-route to victory in the Kasiner Farms Inc 21G during the Super 600 March 28th show, 2014 at Keller Auto Raceway at Plaza Park. — with Justine Kasiner and Michael Faccinto at Keller Auto Raceway at Plaza Park.


Shane Golobic grabs Civil War Opener.

night at the Marysville Raceway, 2014 Series Champion, Shane Golobic, opened the 25th Anniversary Civil War Series Presented By Flowmaster season up in exciting fashion, as he raced his way to a thrilling win. Tim Aylwin Photo  Click image for larger view



CA – MARCH 16, 2015… After problems sidelined his machine the previous night, Ryan Bernal of Hollister returned to victory circle at Tulare’s Thunderbowl Raceway. Taking the lead from Richard Vander Weerd on lap fourteen, Bernal claimed last Saturday’s $1,500 USAC West Coast Sprint Car main event. Colby Copeland, “Hollywood” Danny Faria Jr., Bud Kaeding,

d Vander Weerd rounded out the top-five drivers.

2015 California Lightning Sprint Opener!

Michnowicz was able to open the 2015 California Lightning Sprint season with a win at Imperial Fairgrounds in El Centro last Saturday.


VEGAS, NV – MARCH 8, 2015… Taking the lead from Hunter Schuerenberg on lap twenty-two, Tempe, Arizona’s Stevie Sussex held off all challengers to score the feature win at The Dirt Track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. With the $2,500 FVP “4th Annual Sin City Showdown” triumph, Sussex holds a slim lead in the USAC

oast and SouthWest Sprint Car point chase, as well as the five-race “Grudge Series.” Ryan Bernal, Matt Mitchell, “Chargin” Charles Davis Jr., and Schuerenberg followed the young driver to the checkered flags.


Driving Mike Burkhart’s #21AZ Stratis Construction / KSE Custom Drywall RSS, Stevie Sussex earned his first career USAC West Coast Series win and his second SouthWest triumph. Using the pill pick / passing point format, Sussex ran second to R.J. Johnson in his heat race from eighth and ranked second in the event points. Starting fifth in the main event, Stevie steadily made his way forward and took over the top spot with a daring move. Once out front, Sussex had his hands full with Bernal and even benefitted from a timely caution flag to regain the lead. Now faced with a clear track, Stevie was not to be denied on this night and stormed to 30-lap victory. The USAC SouthWest regular will return to action on March 28th’s “Hank Arnold Memorial” at Canyon Speedway Park in Peoria, Arizona.

Mad Man Gets another win!

3 East Bay Raceway Park USAC Sprints Friday 2-27-15 3rd Kevin Thomas Jr, winner Robert Ballou, 2nd Dave Darland

Tyler Walton back at it!

Native Tyler Walton won last night micro sprint feature at Bubba’s raceway Park! “Dem”


Florida…….Robert Ballou opened the 2015 AMSOIL Sprint Car National Championship much the way he ended last season, as he fended off 2014 series champion Brady Bacon and drove away for the opening night win in “Winter Dirt Games VI.” The Rocklin, California hit double-digits in career wins as he took the Ballou Motorsports – Blakesley

Auto #12 Maxim/Ott to a 2.165-second victory.

“I felt like this place owed me one after losing one with a flat tire a couple years back. We kept our deal together, and Derrick Bye kept working hard to keep this momentum rolling. We’re working with the same car that won Oval Nationals to end last year. I knew we were in a tough spot as we hit traffic, and Bacon can get off the bottom so well here. But we battled back and got by him, and that’s a great feeling,” Ballou said.

Ballou began from the pole and led early over Justin Grant & Jon Stanbrough, as Bacon battled from row three after setting the ProSource “Fast Time Award” to open the night. Bacon tracked down Ballou as he encountered slower cars on lap ten, and Bacon snuck past him to the lead on lap 12.

Ballou countered, though, and swept back past Bacon down the backstretch, holding him off as they came to complete lap 14. A lap later, Kyle Cummins stopped to bring the race’s only caution.

Ballou was unmatched after the restart, as Chase Stockon, who had just entered the top-five after falling back early in the race, began to march up on the high side. He caught Bacon and slid past into turn-one to take the second spot. In the final laps, Ballou again caught traffic but Stockon could only bite a small chunk out of his margin.

Stockon came home a strong second in the Superior Tank & Trailer – Crescent Electric Supply #32 DRC/Fisher.

“We have changed a lot of things since this time last year, and it felt good to get rolling on the top and go by some really good guys. Our program doesn’t get much credit when the track goes slick, so it’s satisfying to get rolling so well when the track got black. We have seen a lot of different conditions now on this track, and seem to do pretty well with all of them,” Stockon said.

Defending champion Bacon came home third in the Hoffman Auto Racing – Mean Green #69 Triple X/Williams Mopar.

“This is exactly the type of track we’ve struggled with the most, so tonight was good to get ourselves closer and be in contention for the win. I was better than Robert early in the race and got to him, but he was way better than us at the end. I finally moved up high after Chase got by me, and I was better up there, but it was too late to get anything going. We’re happy with the progress we’ve made,” Bacon said.

Jon Stanbrough opened up his venture of starting his own team with a strong fourth-place finish aboard the MP Environmental Services – AED Motorsports Products #81 Spike/J&D, while Grant rounded out the top-five in the Mark Hery Motorsports – Dick’s Paint & Body #40 DRC/Claxton.

Bryan Clauson overcame obstacles in the heat to transfer from the Semi-Feature in the SST Motorsports #41 back-up car before going from 21st to 9th in the feature, earning the ProSource “Hard Charger Award.”

AMSOIL USAC SPRINT CAR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP RACE RESULTS: February 20, 2014 – Ocala, Florida – Bubba Raceway Park – “Winter Dirt Games VI”

QUALIFYING: 1. Brady Bacon, 69, Dynamics-14.454; 2. Bryan Clauson, 41, SST-14.620; 3. Shane Cockrum, 66, Wade-14.788; 4. Dave Darland, 71P, Phillips-14.835; 5. Kevin Thomas, Jr., 17RW, Dutcher-14.865; 6. Chase Stockon, 32, 32/TBI-14.917; 7. Jon Stanbrough, 81, JSR-14.923; 8. Justin Grant, 40, Hery-14.974; 9. Robert Ballou, 12, Ballou-15.069; 10. C.J. Leary, 30, Leary-15.108; 11. Kyle Cummins, 21x, Pollock-15.122; 12. Kyle Robbins, 17R, Robbins-15.191; 13. Chris Windom, 2, Lein-15.203; 14. Tracy Hines, 4, Hines-15.204; 15. Carson Short, 21, Short-15.308; 16. Logan Jarrett, 29, Jarrett-15.327; 17. Brady Short, 11P, Pottorff-15.422; 18. Landon Simon, 24, LSR-15.491; 19. Chad Boespflug, 5, Baldwin-15.537; 20. Aaron Farney, 15F, Farney-15.570; 21. Jarett Andretti, 18, Andretti-15.675; 22. Casey Shuman, 21x, Barnhill/Dodd-15.702; 23. Kody Swanson, 63, DePalma-15.885; 24. Zach Daum, 5D, Daum-15.963; 25. Brandon Spithaler, 57B, Burkey-16.151; 26. Isaac Chapple, 7G, Goacher-16.165; 27. Chris Gurley, 11, Walker-16.231; 28. Bret Mellenberndt, 97, Mellenberndt-16.250; 29. Robert Bell, 71, Bell-16.604; 30. Kent Wolters, 12x, Wolters-16.614; 31. Frank Carlsson, 20, Carlsson-NT.

FIRST HEAT: (8 laps) 1. Ballou, 2. B. Short, 3. Bacon, 4. Windom, 5. Thomas, 6. Andretti, 7. Spithaler, 8. Bell. 2:07.88

SECOND HEAT: (8 laps) 1. Hines, 2. Shuman, 3. Stockon, 4. Leary, 5. Clauson, 6. Simon, 7. Wolters. 2:11.94

THIRD HEAT: (8 laps) 1. Boespflug, 2. Cummins, 3. Stanbrough, 4. Cockrum, 5. Swanson, 6. Gurley, 7. Carlsson, 8. C. Short. NT

FOURTH HEAT: (8 laps) 1. Grant, 2. Daum, 3. Jarrett, 4. Farney, 5. Robbins, 6. Mellenberndt, 7. Darland. NT

SEMI: (12 laps) 1. Thomas, 2. C. Short, 3. Simon, 4. Swanson, 5. Robbins, 6. Clauson, 7. Andretti, 8. Spithaler, 9. Gurley, 10. Mellenberndt, 11. Wolters, 12. Darland, 13. Carlsson, 14. Bell. NT

FEATURE: (30 laps) 1. Robert Ballou, 2. Chase Stockon, 3. Brady Bacon, 4. Jon Stanbrough, 5. Justin Grant, 6. Brady Short, 7. Chad Boespflug, 8. Shane Cockrum, 9. Bryan Clauson, 10. C.J. Leary, 11. Chris Windom, 12. Kevin Thomas, Jr., 13. Logan Jarrett, 14. Aaron Farney, 15. Carson Short, 16. Dave Darland, 17. Casey Shuman, 18. Kody Swanson, 19. Zach Daum, 20. Kyle Robbins, 21. Chris Gurley, 22. Landon Simon, 23. Kyle Cummins, 24. Tracy Hines. NT

FEATURE LAP LEADERS: Laps 1-11 Ballou, Lap 12 Bacon, Laps 13-30 Ballou.

NEW AMSOIL NATIONAL SPRINT POINTS: 1-Ballou-68; 2-Bacon-66; 3-Stockon-64; 4-Stanbrough-57; 5-Grant-56; 6-B.Short-52; 7-Boespflug-50; 8-Cockrum-48; 9-Leary-38; 10-Windom-36.

NEXT AMSOIL NATIONAL SPRINT RACE: February 21 – Ocala, Florida – Bubba Raceway Park – “Winter Dirt Games VI”1200x800-tH4J3gzM2A6fx243313

Tractor Wheels. We did that!

line has been on fire! WINNING!!!!


Keizer Wheels Launches New site in 2015!

Keizer Aluminum Wheel product line would like to thank our new parent company K2W Precision Inc for the face lift.   Every outlet from Sprint to drag has seen a major face lift over the past year.  This new state of the art website will help us present it to you as well as keep

with our champions stories & future changes.   We wish to thank all Keizer customers past and present for the ride.


By Lance Jennings

PEORIA, AZ – JANUARY 26, 2015… Leading all 30-laps, Ryan Bernal of Hollister, California backed up Saturday’s dramatic victory to claim his second straight win of the “E&K Winter Challenge.” For Bernal, the $4,000 triumph at Kevin Montgomery’s Canyon Speedway Park was his fourth career USAC SouthWest

ture win. “The People’s Champion” Dave Darland, “Chargin” Charles Davis Jr., Brady Bacon, and R.J. Johnson followed Ryan to the checkered flags.

Piloting the Mike Phulps owned #56 Tri-L Mandarin Racing / Core Power ART, Ryan Bernal started his evening by taking third in his heat race. Ranking fifth in passing points, the 2-time USAC Western Classic Champion grabbed the lead from his outside front-row starting spot and was not to be denied. Ryan has climbed to fifth in the Winter Challenge standings as the mini-series resumes Friday at Tucson’s USA Raceway.

For the second race in a row, Lincoln, Indiana’s “The People’s Champion” Dave Darland has scored a second place finish. Racing Mike Martin’s ‪#‎16B‬Ultimate Offroad / Sherwin-Williams Maxim, Darland earned his first heat race victory of the Winter Challenge and was the night’s high point driver. Starting sixth in the feature, Dave took advantage of a late race bobble by Davis to take the runner-up spot. By virtue of his strong performances, the veteran driver sits atop the Winter Challenge points heading to Tucson.

“Chargin” Charles Davis Jr. of Buckeye looked to have second well in hand until slipping to third in the closing laps. Driving the Massey Motorsports’ #50 RSS Industries / MP Environmental RSS, Davis placed third in his heat race and ranked sixth in the nightly passing points. The five-time Arizona Champion is currently fourth in the mini-series point chase and will be looking to move up the standings with a win at USA Raceway.

Broken Arrow, Oklahoma’s Brady Bacon stormed to fourth at Canyon Speedway Park after starting eighth. Piloting Keith Ford’s #73 Berry Pack / King Racing Products Spike, Bacon ran fourth in his heat race and seated the USAC National Champion eighth in passing points. When the Winter Challenge resumes in Tucson, the opening night winner is second in the standings and ten points behind Darland.

R.J. Johnson of Phoenix claimed fifth in the 30-lap main event. Racing Bobby Martin’s #51 Weiler Farms / Pecon Builders Maxim, Johnson was second to Dalten Gabbard in his heat race, ranking the 2-time USAC SouthWest Champion fourth in passing points. The second generation driver sits third in the Winter Challenge points and will be looking to sweep the Friday and Saturday features at Tucson.

After battling engine problems and arriving late to Canyon Speedway Park, Tempe’s Stevie Sussex earned his second Winter Challenge “Hard Charger / Best Passing Job” honors. Charging to an eighth place finish after starting thirteenth, the pilot of Mike Burkhart’s ‪#‎21AZ‬ Stratis Construction / Westin Diversified RSS ranks eighth in the mini-series. The young driver hopes to have solved all of his mechanical woes and battle for the checkered flags at USA Raceway.

Dalten Gabbard of Glendale raced to victory in the program’s second 8-lap heat race. Driving the family owned #77 BG Chemicals / AZ Heat Trucking Maxim, Gabbard placed second in the nightly passing points and claimed sixth in the main event. Dalten will have his sights on adding the winning trophy from Tucson to his collection.

After an open practice session on Thursday, the USAC Southwest and West Coast Sprint Cars will return to action on Friday, January 30th, at Tucson’s USA Raceway. Round #4 of the “E&K Winter Challenge” will also feature IMCA Modifieds, Stock Cars, X-Mods, and Dwarf Cars. Located at 4300 E. Los Reales Road in Tucson, Arizona, advanced tickets are on sale now and more event information can be found or calling (602) 258-7223 (RACE).

The USAC SouthWest Sprint Car Series would like to thank Sunoco Race Fuels, Hoosier Tire, Hose Advantage Store, and the Racers Advantage Store for their support. For more information on the series,,, or follow the series on Facebook (

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January 25, 2015 – Peoria, Arizona – Canyon Speedway Park – “2015 E&K Winter Challenge”

FIRST HEAT: (8 laps)
1. Dave Darland (#16B Martin), 2. Dustin Cormany (#20 Deskins), 3. Ryan Bernal (#56 Phulps), 4. Matt Lundy (#98 Lundy), 5. David Dykes (‪#‎55NM‬Dykes), 6. Mark Morin (#28 Morin). NT

SECOND HEAT: (8 laps)
1. Dalten Gabbard (#77 Gabbard), 2. R.J. Johnson (#51 Martin), 3. Charles Davis Jr. (#50 Massey), 4. Brady Bacon (#73 Ford), 5. Mike Martin (#16 Martin), 6. Rick Ziehl (#74 Williams). NT

FEATURE: (30 laps – With Starting Positions)
1. Ryan Bernal (2nd), 2. Dave Darland (6th), 3. Charles Davis Jr. (1st), 4. Brady Bacon (8th), 5. R.J. Johnson (3rd), 6. Dalten Gabbard (5th), 7. Mike Martin (9th), 8. Stevie Sussex (13th, #21AZ Burkhart), 9. Matt Lundy (7th), 10. Rick Ziehl (12th), 11. Dustin Cormany (4th), 12. David Dykes (10th), 13. Mark Morin (11th). NT
HARD CHARGER: Stevie Sussex (13th to 8th)

1. Dave Darland-197; 2. Brady Bacon-187; 3. R.J. Johnson-186; 4. Charles Davis Jr.-176; 5. Ryan Bernal-174; 6. Dalten Gabbard-152; 7. Mike Martin-149; 8. Stevie Sussex-139; 9. Rick Ziehl-121; 10. David Dykes-106; 11. Matt Lundy-79; 12. Dennis Gile-62; 13. Shon Deskins-57; 14. Dustin Cormany-42; 15. Andy Reinbold-41; 16. Josh Pelkey-40; 17. Jonas Reynolds-37; 18. Mark Morin-30.

1-$2,000; 2-$1,000; 3-$800; 4-$600; 5-$500; 6-$400; 7-$375; 8-$350; 9-$325; 10-$300; 11-$280; 12-$260; 13-$245; 14-$230; 15-$215; 16-$210; 17-$205; 18-$205; 19-$200; 20-$200.

1-$4,000; 2-$2,000; 3-$800; 4-$1,200; 5-$700; 6-$600; 7-$575; 8-$550; 9-$525; 10-$500; 11-$480; 12-$460; 13-$445; 14-$430; 15-$420; 16-$410; 17-$405; 18-$400; 19-$400; 20-$400.

January 29: USA Raceway – Tucson, AZ (Open Practice, 6-9pm)
January 30: USA Raceway – Tucson, AZ ($2,000-to-Win)
January 31: USA Raceway – Tucson, AZ ($4,000-to-Win)
This schedule is subject to change.

#56 Ryan Bernal wins at Canyon Speedway Park. File photo by Patrick Shaw / Backed-In Photography.

A look back at CBR 2014

Bowyer Racing has did everything right in 2014. He had the right drivers. The right crew. The right equipment. Congratulations & we look forward to the 2015 campaign!

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di tempora incidunt, ut labore et… We at Keizer Wheels have dedicated ourselves to producing a wheel of the highest quality. Holding both weight and strength as our engineering focal points, we produce many wheels which are both competitive and affordable.