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“A Story Told” – The Story Behind Keizer Aluminum Wheels

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5 Drillers for team Keizer. Tulsa Shootout did not Disappoint!

Hulbert – TULSA, Okla. (January 4, 2020) Wrapping up the 35th annual Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout with 55 laps in the Outlaw A-Feature, three different leaders and a first-time winner capped off a run of five first time winners on Saturday night.

Thomas Kunzman to the early lead with Jonathan Beason in second, Kunzmen rolled to

lf-second advantage before finding traffic on Lap 8, allowing Beason to close to his back bumper before the caution while working Lap 9. Glued to the bottom, Beason stayed close to Kunzman as the field worked into traffic again on Lap 19. Bobbling on the exit of turn four, the misstep allowed Beason to sneak by on the bottom.

Caution on Lap 20, Kunzman was collected by the spinning No. 61 of Eli Bookout. On the restart, Beason was able to steadily pull away. Racing to the mid-point of the feature, the cushion started to come into play as the remainder of the top five moved to the top. Starting to match speed with Beason, the No. 721 worked into traffic on Lap 31.

Slowed again on Lap 34 as fourth running Anton Hernandez flipped and collected Kyle Spence, the restart saw Emerson Axsom on the hunt, getting the lead on Lap 40. Putting distance on Beason, the closing laps saw the bottom come back into play with Beason taking a shot at the lead in the closing laps, but without the speed to pull it off, Axsom adjusted his line and was able to hold off the Broken Arrow driver by 0.262 seconds at the line. Harley Hollan from 12th was able to claw his way to a podium finish. Layden Pearson in fourth was followed by 11th starting Blake Hahn to complete the top five.

Picking up his second Golden Driller, and first in A-Class, Kyle Spence led start to finish win the winged division. Untouched the first third of the race, Spence found traffic on Lap 11 with a 3.001 second advantage on Joe B. Miller as the caution came on for Miller who stopped in the second turn. Trey Robb to second with Emerson Axsom in tow, the pair proceeded to trade the position several times before the No. 42a took the spot on Lap 16. Caution on Lap 19 as Spence again found traffic, the restart saw Axsom go for the lead, but was unable to pull off the slide in time. Caution on Lap 20 then Lap 23, Spence was able to fend off all advances. Taking back second, Robb rolled the the hub with Spence within striking distance. Nearly side by side as the No. 59 moved off the cushion on Lap 26, the final lap became a green, white, checkered run with Spence hold on to win by 0.465 seconds. Trey Robb in second was trailed by Emerson Axsom with Brian Carber and Frank Flud coming from 18th to complete the top five.

Dedicating her win to her Mother, Jade Avedisian picked up her first career Tulsa Shootout win. Side by side to start off the Restricted A-Feature, the advantage went to Lubbock’s Brenham Crouch with Ryan Timms settling into second. Working through a trio of early restarts, Crouch kept pace over Timms with Avedisian and Gauge Garcia in tow. Easing away from the field, Crouch found the back of the field on Lap 15. Holding just over a second advantage on the No. 5t as he worked into slower traffic, that breathing room was quickly choked away as a slower car nearly tangled with the top three on Lap 19, opening the door for Jade Avedisian to slip from third to the lead. Keeping free from traffic in the closing laps, Avedisian crossed the line 0.566 seconds ahead of Brenham Crouch with Ryan Timms round out the podium. Mason Daugherty and Gauge Garcia made up the top five.

In Junior Sprints, Jett Barnes picked up his first career Golden Driller. Taking the lead from the right of the front row with Cash Lovenburg in tow. Caution early, the pair were inseparable with Lovenburg looking at the lead on Lap 11. Not able to complete the pass, the No. 21 worked back into Barnes’ tire tracks as traffic came into play on Lap 14. Three-wide through traffic, the two California racers navigated the hub with no more than a pair of car lengths separating the two. Caution on Lap 17, two attempts at the restart saw Barnes able to hold off the charge of Lovenburg by 0.181 seconds. Garett Benson, Levi Hillier, and Lathe Griggs completed the top five.

Taking the win in the 600cc Modifieds, Chad Dugan dominated for his first career Golden Driller. Caution taking the field back to Lap 1, the Iowa racer quickly ran away before the caution lights came on again on Lap 6. Pulling away once more, the red lights came on as the No. 73 of Steven Shebester flipped with Abbi Buntin with nowhere to go slamming nose to nose with Shebester. Both drivers were ok. Running away once more on the restart, Dugan continued to work the hub of the Tulsa Expo Raceway with North Dakota’s Timothy Estenson advancing from seventh to second. Able to keep pace following a Lap 15 restart, the margin at the finish was 1.403 seconds.

the 35th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout officially received 1,397 entries with 1,364 of those entries checking in among 608 drivers. Dates for the 2021 event will be announced in the coming weeks.

Zeb Wise grabs The BC39 in style, CMR goes 1,2,3 on keizer Wheels!

phenom Zeb Wise held off hard-charging runs from NASCAR stars and his Clauson-Marshall Racing teammates for a storybook win in the second annual Driven2SaveLives BC39 Powered by NOS Energy Drink on Thursday night at The Dirt Track at IMS.

Wise, 16, prevailed after a thrilling four-lap shootout with two of his Clauson-Marshall Racing teammates, Tyler Courtney

hris Windom. Courtney finished second and Windom third.

Angola, Indiana, native Wise earned $15,000 for his third USAC National Midget victory of the season in the No. 39BC sponsored by the race’s title sponsor, Driven2SaveLives, and co-owned by Tim Clauson, the father of race namesake Bryan Clauson.

The race name, distance and Wise’s number are in honor of USAC champion and Indianapolis 500 veteran Bryan Clauson, who died in a racing accident in 2016. Clauson and his father spotted Wise’s talent during a quarter-midget race five years ago at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, and Tim Clauson asked Wise to join the team as a development driver just a few months after Bryan’s tragic death.

Brady Bacon!! BC39!!! $15,000!!! EPIC!!!!! BRICKYARD!!

Bacon passed pole sitter Kevin Thomas with seven laps to go and hung on to win the inaugural Driven2SaveLives BC39 USAC National Midget race on Thursday night at The Dirt Track at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Bacon earned $15,000 for the win in the 39-lap USAC P1 Insurance National Midget Championship A-Main feature in the No. 76M

fielded by FMR Racing. It was the first USAC victory of the season for Bacon, 28, a two-time USAC Sprint Car national champion.

WOO Win for Schuchart and Shark racing @ the Ironman!!! $20,000

class=”s1″>Man, this is awesome,” said Schuchart in victory lane. “I feel like we have the best team we’ve ever had. This is Drydene Performance’s first Outlaw win and we can’t thank them enough for their support. This is one of the big ones – Ironman 55. It’s tough, it wears you out. It’s awesome to

hese wins and a big one at that. I had a good car all night. We proved that. At the end, I tried to hold my line as the rubber set in and force someone to go around me. What a great way to head into the Knoxville Nationals.

Madden banks $30,000 rollin Keizers!

PA – JUNE 24, 2018 – On Saturday night, Chris Madden marched to his first-career Firecracker 100 victory at Lernerville Speedway in a dominating performance by leading flag-to-flag for all 100 laps en route to a $30,000 payday.

If you just kept your eyes on Madden during the 100-lap event, it might have looked like he

s on a Sunday afternoon cruise to the grocery store. The Barry Wright Race Cars No.44 had no serious challenge for the top spot and at one point held a more than six second lead over the field. Despite six cautions which erased Madden’s strong lead, the Gray Court, SC driver was able to quickly pull back away.

“When we started tonight, I think we did a little bit of a different combination there and when we fired up, I was able to run the middle of the racetrack like I was and as long as nothing happened, I knew we were going to be the car to beat,” said Madden who started on the pole of the event.”

Don O’Neal Banks $50,000.

style=”color: #000000;”>(August 5, 2017) Don O’Neal and Clint Bowyer Racing (CBR) got their first coveted eagle trophy and the gigantic $50,000 winner’s check tonight by emerging victorious in the 30th Annual ‘USA Nationals’ at the renowned Cedar Lake Speedway in New Richmond, Wisconsin! Don tripped the clock third fastest in Group B during WOOLMS

to running second in his stacked heat race. After starting the 100-lap grind tonight from the outside of the second row, Don swapped the lead twice with Mike Marlar shortly after the halfway mark before taking command for good on the 58th circuit. The popular driver known as the “Real Deal” was then ahead of the talented field by almost two seconds to give CBR their richest career payday. Finishing behind O’Neal’s #5 Peak Antifreeze & Motor Oil machine were Marlar, Bobby Pierce, Brandon Sheppard, and Jimmy Owens! (Todd Boyd Photo)

$53,000 for McCreadie & his Longhorn chassis!!!

Nebraska (July 22, 2017) – Tim McCreadie took the lead on lap 21 and never looked back as he went on to the biggest win of his career on Saturday night at I-80 Speedway. The New York native earned $53,000 for his win in the 7th Annual Imperial Tile Silver Dollar Nationals. It was McCreadie’s fourth Lucas Oil

del Dirt Series win of the season. The event was also co-sanctioned with the Lucas Oil Midwest Latemodel Racing Association.

Polesitter, Steve Francis led the first eleven laps of the race until former event winner Don O’Neal took over the top spot. Just a few circuits later, O’Neal and second-place running Brian Shirley made contact in the middle of the backstretch as both cars got into the wall. Both cars kept going as Shirley suffered minimal damage, but O’Neal’s nose-piece was heavily damaged and he started to lose spots in the running order.
McCreadie, in the Sweeteners Plus, Longhorn Chassis, surged underneath both O’Neal and Shirley to take the lead on lap 21.
DPRaceParts Civic 1st SFWD Honda to break 190 MPH!

DPraceparts crew were back at it to start the season. Their Eat Sleep Race Civic and its keizer wheels ran at IFO and was to run a few low 8 second passes and became the first Honda to run 190 mph with a SFWD class setup. Congrats to the team and thanks for taking us

the ride!!!

Landon Simon and the Mt Baker Vapor #24

a pleasure to view what Landon Simon and his team has to offer us.    The non-wing season opener in Florida is just around the corner so to get everyone geared up for a great 2017, here’s our newest video highlighting Mt Baker Vapor and our first

overcard-prefer-more-content-show=”1″>USAC Racing win at Lincoln. If you watch closely you can also catch some shots of TMez! Enjoy!

Frank Flud Breaks Through for First Career High Banks Hustle Triumph!

by Brian WalkerMaximum Dirt
Marion, IL | June 19, 2016 – After several years of trying and several years of frustration, Pryor, Oklahoma’s Frank Flud led the final half of Saturday’s 40-lap main event to score his first career victory at the $7,500 to win High Banks

e! Piloting his Driven Midwest ‪#‎81F‬ around Friday’s preliminary winner, Joe B. Miller, just after the halfway mark, Flud fought off a relentless effort from Miller as he held on to become the fourth different winner in Hustle history.

The Madman. Your 2015 USAC Champion!

his way to the 2015 USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car championship, Rocklin, California’s Robert Ballou was nearly unstoppable. “The Madman” recorded 13 feature victories, which is the second best single-season performance in the history of the series.  Keizer Wheels was simply along for the ride…..

DALE BLANEY BRINGS HOME $12,000 PAYDAY!

bested 45 other competitors to claim the $12,000 top prize and take the lead in the points standings after Round 1. Action continues on Saturday with Opening Ceremonies for Round 2, which also pays $12,000 to win and $1,000 to start the feature, scheduled to begin at approximately 7 p.m. (Mountain).

London Simons #24 Sporting them Keiers!

of Landon Simon Racing and the Mt Baker Vapor #24 from the 2014 & 2015 racing seasons.

Keizer drag division plans for busy fall!

fall we look forward to being featured at some major events around the US. September 20th we will join up with our partners MKC performance of Kansas City and visit Wichita KS for an Import Face Off event. This will be our first IFO event!!! Next on the docket

ill be the Fall Nationals in Englishtown with our partners at DP Performance on Oct 3d & 4th… We will finish the season up with the World Finals in MD. Just a short year ago we were still in testing mode at this event! A year later we are the fastest company in the market!!! Please stop by and say hello if you see us!

FACCINTO takes keizer to Cali speed week’s top spot!!!!

thanks to everyone that helped put this together and get us rocking out in Cali! Couldnt be more proud to be apart of this event and even more see win several features and take the top spot!

Relive all of the exciting moments that made the inaugural California Speedweek presented by Driven Performance a

to remember. Four great nights of action packed racing showcasing not only California’s but some of the nation’s best drivers; young and grown going head to head in intense, entertaining battle! Thank you to Dixon Speedway, Delta Speedway, Plaza Park Raceway, Lemoore Raceway and all of the individuals involved in producing one micro sprint racing most exciting events to date!

The entire week was made possible by sponsors that included Driven Performance, Hoosier Tire, V&H Fresh, Van De Pol Petroleum, Hyper Chassis, HT Performance, Motivated Eyewear, C&P Promotions, Keizer Wheels, 51 Fifty Energy, CSI Shocks, RCM Design, Engler Machine, Micro Sprint Mart, Cen-Cal Paving, Scribner Plastics, Hamblin Motorsports, RK Motorsports, Schoenfeld Headers, Salmon Nose Wings, SWE, Maximum Dirt, LRE, Micro Sprint Nation, Walker Racing Promotions, Jake Hagopian Designs, Sign Depot, Motion Media, Fast Four Media, and Blakesley Sports Media.

2015 Sprint week champion wheels!

thanaks to 11 26 productions for the video! Big thanaks to all the drivers that took us along. And that special driver “the Madman” for taking us to the top. Indiana Sprint week Champions!!!

FLUD SCORES SECOND CA SPEEDWEEK WINS AT PLAZA

Flud WINS the Super 600 Winged Class for the 2nd time on night three of the California Speed Week! Congratulations Frank, it was awesome to watch! thanks for taking us on the ride Frank! VISALIA, CALIFORNIA (July 10, 2015) – With still 108 cars in the running, the inaugural Driven

Performance California Speedweek rolled on to Plaza Park Raceway in Visalia with TJ Smith and Frank Flud each getting their second wins of the week. Round three’s action on Friday night also saw Brooklyn Holland charge to the Restricted 600 win as well.

Keizer Wheels kills it at Honda days!

thanks to our hosts at our first ever Honda days! We truly hope to be apart of this event for years to come. http://www.hondaday.com/blog/ Also want to give a shout out to Saucespot for the great photo’s as always!

Danny Dietrich!!!!!!!!!!!

Speedway PA 410 winner 48 Danny Dietrich

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Bergman 2015 Silver Cup Champ

Bergman claimed the Silver Cup triumph last Saturday at Silver Dollar Speedway in Chico CA.  He would goon to win the 2015 Silver cup Championship. Enjoy this video by Finishline Studios

Factory Can-Am team Jack’s Excavating Racing.

Can-Am team Jack’s Excavating Racing.

LUCAS OIL DRIVER PROFILE : SETH BERGMAN

class=”yt watch-title-container”>Lucas Oil ASCS NATIONAL TOUR DRIVER Seth Bergman profiled FEATURING Seth Bergman and brought to you by OILFIELD EQUIPMENT AND MANUFACTURING …
music BY .: WIZ KHALIFA “CAMERAS”

National Sprint League

Sprint League Interview in the Keizer wheels booth. Coming summer of 2015! National Sprint League

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Dynamic Performance: Ready For World Cup Finals At MIR

and time again it seams like we are brought to new levels of performance not only by our technology but our partnerships.   This year is no different.  Very happy have have Dynamic Performance board and ready to service the import world with us in 2015.

Dynamic Performance is based on the belief that our customers’

f the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals. We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry.

 

Give them a visit

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New drag line revealed for 2015

the new parent company K2W Precision inc. the keizer wheel brand has excelled in every aspect.    One of the major overhauls happened with our Drag Race line.   Starting off with the import side of things K2W engineers have proved a point with the amount of options & style presented to the public.  

We are not finished presenting to the drag community and are looking forward to more product release updates!!!

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