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June 1, 2021

Nick Hoffman Victorious Twice in Memorial Day Weekend Competition
Looks Ahead to Double Dirt Late Model Dream Competition at Eldora

Mooresville, North Carolina (06/01/21) – Nick Hoffman added two more 2021 victories to the season’s tally over the extended holiday weekend in his Elite Chassis No. 2 Wehrs Machine / Fox Shocks Modified.

Notable accomplishments from the week included Modified triumphs at Brownstown Speedway and Terre Haute Action Track along with a sixth-place finish on Sunday night during Eldora Speedway’s Johnny Appleseed Classic in his return to Super Late Model racing.

“It was a chaotic but fun week of racing. As tough as the fields were, I feel like the biggest challenge was outrunning Mother Nature. The rain seemed to follow us almost everywhere, but we still managed to compete in five events. We got two Modifieds wins and finished no worse than second, while I was able to finish sixth in my return to Super Late Model action,” Hoffman said. “I really enjoyed getting back to Super Late Model action on Sunday night, and I’m pumped to return to Eldora next week for the double Dirt Late Model Dreams.”

Winning for the fourth-straight event and the 10th overall time of the 2021 campaign, Nick Hoffman outran rain and a talented field of racers to win Tuesday night’s $1,500 top prize at Tri-City Speedway (Pontoon Beach, Ill.). Twenty-three Modifieds entered the program under threatening skies. Nick set fast time in his group, and then proceeded to win his heat race to earn the second-starting spot for the 30-lap feature.

The main event found him quickly racing to the lead and ultimately the win with Will Krup, Mike McKinney, Tyler Nicely, and Lucas Lee rounding out the Top-5 finishers.

Wednesday night found action shifting to Indiana’s Terre Haute Action Track, where Nick blazed to a 22.252-second lap around the 1/2-mile oval, which positioned him atop the leader board over the 23 Modified entries. After winning his heat race, Hoffman raced to his second win in as many nights and his 11th of the 2021 season. Will Krup, Derek Groomer, Kenny Wallace, and Tyler Weiss followed him across the finish line.

Thursday night’s scheduled action at Terre Haute Action Track fell victim to Mother Nature as did Friday’s planned racing at Illinois’ Farmer City Raceway and Saturday’s action at Brownstown Speedway.

As a result, Nick decided to trek to Illinois’ Fayette County Speedway on Saturday night to race with the Summit American Modified Series (AMS). Thirty-two entries were on hand, and Nick qualified fastest in his group before racing to a heat race win to earn the pole position for the feature. The night’s $1,500-to-win feature found Nick recording a runner-up finish behind Mike Harrison with Brian Shaw, Josh Harris, and Kenny Shaw completing the Top 5.

On Sunday night Nick returned to Super Late Model action at the legendary Eldora Speedway in the annual Johnny Appleseed Classic. Competing in the Hatcher Motorsports No. 6 entry, Nick earned the eighth-starting spot for the 30-lap feature. He went on to register a sixth-place finish in the Sunoco American Late Model Series event.
Hoffman’s busy week drew to a close on Monday night with a trip to Lawrenceburg Speedway (Lawrenceburg, Ind.). The night’s feature found Hoffman advancing from the sixth-starting spot to a runner-up finish.

The team is currently evaluating the racing schedule for this week. When it’s finalized, it will be posted at .

Nick Hoffman Racing would like to thank all of their marketing partners, which include Fox Shocks, NASCAR Technical Institute, Wehrs Machine & Racing Products, Maxima Racing Oils, Bell Helmets, K1 Race Gear, Jerovetz Motorsports Shocks, Rockwell Security, Allgaier Performance Parts, PSA Starters, Sunoco Race Fuel, Elliott’s Custom Trailers, Eibach Springs, Fast Shafts, Tiger Quick Change Rear Ends, FK Rod Ends, Hooker Harness, Earnhardt Technologies Group, Allstar Performance, Schoenfeld Headers, Willy’s Carburetor & Dyno Shop, Bassett, Walker Performance Filtration, QuickCar Headers, Jones Racing Products, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Strange Oval, Stock Car Steel and Aluminum, Outerwears, XS Power Batteries, Five Star Race Car Bodies, Superior Fuel Cells, MPI, Millbridge Speedway, Mittler Brothers Machine & Tool, Joe’s Racing Products, Off Axis Paint, Mahle, Clevite, KSE Racing Products, Multi Fire, The Joie of Seating, Vexil, Yeti,, KBC Graphix, and MSR Mafia Marketing & PR Services.

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June 1, 2021

Howard Moore Races to Old No. 1 Speedway USCS Speedweek Victory
North Alabama Speedway and Legit Speedway Action Up Next

Memphis, Tennessee (06/01/21) – Howard Moore enjoyed a successful holiday weekend of competition with the 2021 edition of the United Sprint Car Series (USCS) Speedweek. The Tennessee racer piloted the Rains Motorsports/ Mike's Pool Care No. 3 High-Performance Lubricants Sprint Car a feature win and a pair of runner-up finishes in three starts.

“We had a great weekend of racing, and it felt awesome to have the team back in Victory Lane on Sunday night at Old No. 1 Speedway. All three nights we had a fast car, and even took the lead on Monday night at Lexington 104 Speedway, but a red flag erased the pass,” Moore shared. “I want to thank Rains Motorsports and all of our great sponsors for everything they do. We are a contender every night that we hit the track, and that’s a really great feeling.”

Howard Moore went into battle in the United Sprint Car Series (USCS) Speedweek event at Riverside International Speedway (West Memphis, Ark.) on Saturday evening as the Rains Motorsports team embarked on three-straight nights of competition.

On a cool evening, 32 Sprint Car drivers looked to tackle the 1/4-mile bullring.

Behind the wheel of the Rains Motorsports/ Mike's Pool Care No. 3 High-Performance Lubricants Sprint Car Moore advanced from fifth to third in his heat race, which locked him into the seventh-starting spot for the evening's feature.

Howard went on to advance to a runner-up finish in the main event behind race winner, Cody Gardner.

USCS Speedweek action shifted to Old No. 1 Speedway on Sunday evening. A fifth-to-second performance in heat race action rewarded Howard with the third-starting spot for the 30-lap finale.

Howard charged to the top spot on lap 6 and then proceeded to dominate the rest of the event, lapping up to the sixth position. He was followed across the finish line by Carson Short, Dale Howard, Cody Gardner, and Jordon Mallett.

The victory was his second of the season.

The busy holiday weekend for Howard Moore and Rains Motorsports drew to a close on Monday evening at Tennessee's Lexington 104 Speedway. Twenty-four racers were on hand for the USCS Speedweek event, and Howard began his night by charging from the seventh-starting spot to a runner-up finish.

Starting fourth on the feature grid Moore pursued leader Dale Howard late in the event. The Tennessee racer actually charged to the lead with six circuits remaining, but a red flag nullified the pass. He went on to cross the finish line in the second position behind race winner, Dale Howard, with Mark Smith, Terry Gray, and Jordon Mallett rounding out the Top-5 finishers.

For full results from the weekend, please visit .

Howard Moore and Rains Motorsports currently plan to return to competition on Thursday night at North Alabama Speedway in the next round of USCS Speedweek action. On Saturday night, the team is tentatively slated to travel to Missouri’s Legit Speedway for a showdown between the American Sprint Car Series Warrior and Mid-South Regions.

More event details are available at and .

Howard Moore would like to thank all of his sponsors and supporters including CP Carrillo, High Performance Lubricants, JR-1 Chassis, TL Forge Wheels, Mike’s Pool Care, Smith Titanium, Jim Ruddy, Felpro Gaskets, Auto Meter, Total Seal, River City Hydraulics, Stinson’s Industrial Ronnie’s Hot Rods, Spankies Hot Rods, Pro-Lite Performance, Hoosier Race Tire, Downtown Deliveries, DMI, Huggins Cams, DHR Suspension, Sweet Manufacturing, BMRS, Auto Meter, Schoenfeld Headers, HRP, XRG Graphix, Penske Shocks, Mr. David Berryman, ACME Race Engines, All Star Performance, Engler Machine & Tool, Rockhard Powder Coating, Mike Ward, Chris Chappue, Chad Jones, Kayle Stewart, Taylor Newman, my Dad, My Mom, Christie, Roy Young, Charlie Davidson, Beth Gaines Williford, Daryl Scoggins, and Marketing Services.

Howard Moore is always looking to welcome new marketing partners to his program. For more information on joining our team as well as the latest news and updates, please visit .

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June 1, 2021

Brandon Overton Snares Win No. 11 in ULTIMATE Action at Cherokee
Preps for Historic 100 Weekend at WVMS

EVANS, Ga. (06/01/21) – Brandon Overton wired Sunday night’s ULTIMATE Super Late Model Series event at Cherokee Speedway to snare the $7,500 top prize. The triumph marked the 11th of the season for the driver of the Wells Motorsports No. 76 Crossfit Overton/ Allstar Concrete/ Longhorn Chassis by Wells/ Clements Racing Engine-powered Super Late Model.

“On Saturday night, we tried everything that we could but came up a little bit short. Our only hope to pass Randy (Weaver) was for him to mess up, but he never did, so we took second and moved onto Sunday at Cherokee. At Cherokee things went perfectly the whole night, and we got another win,” Overton noted. “This Wells and Sons Motorsports team is something special, and I’m just the lucky guy who gets to drive. We’re looking forward to going after a pair of big wins in West Virginia this coming weekend.”

With Mother Nature altering his original plans, Brandon Overton and the Wells and Sons Motorsports team visited Dixie Speedway (Woodstock, Ga.) on Saturday afternoon to kick off his Memorial Day racing weekend with the Schaeffer’s Oil Spring Nationals. With the second-fastest qualifying effort in his group behind Austin Horton, positioning him fourth on the starting grid for the $4,053-to-win A-Main, Overton clawed forward two spots in the 40-lapper to register a runner-up finish. He trailed Randy Weaver to the checkers with Austin Horton, Dale McDowell, and Zack Mitchell rounding out the Top-5.

On Sunday at Cherokee Speedway (Gaffney, S.C.) for the Ultimate Southeast Series-sanctioned Mike Butler Memorial, Brandon locked into the pole for the feature after topping the speed charts in time trials.

Leading wire-to-wire in the 50-lap affair, Overton cruised to his 11th win of the season over Brent Dixon, Derrick Ramey, Ross Bailes, and Trent Ivey. His ninth career series triumph was worth $7,500.

To learn more about these events, please visit and .

Up next for the team is a trip to West Virginia Motor Speedway (Mineral Wells, W.Va.) for the Historic 100 weekend. The slate includes a $10,000-to-win program on Friday evening and a $25,000-to-win finale on Saturday.

Full weekend details are available at .

Brandon Overton would like to thank all of his marketing partners, which include Crossfit Overton, Wells Motorsports, Allstar Concrete, Longhorn Chassis by Wells, Big Dog Stump and Tree, RW Powell Construction, Convenient Lube, Big Blue Smoke House, Doug Campbell Body Shop, Clements Racing Engines, Penske Shocks, Hoosier by Brian, Top Notch Kustom Koncepts, Steering Buddy, Impact Race Gear, Swift Springs, Penn Grade Oil, Quarter Master, Earnhardt Technologies Group, Wilwood, All-Star Performance, Wehrs Machine, Schoenfeld, Winters Performance, Performance Bodies, Peterson Fluid Systems, Sunoco Race Fuels, Fast Shafts, AFCO Racing Products, COMP Cams, Quickcar Products, and MSR Mafia Marketing Services.

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June 1, 2021

Joseph Joiner Scores $10,000 Victory in Harvey Jones Memorial at All-Tech
MSCCS Action at Tri-County Speedway on Tap for this Saturday

MILTON, Fla. (06/01/21) – Joseph Joiner raced to his richest victory of the 2021 season on Saturday night during the finale of the Harvey Jones Memorial at All-Tech Raceway.

Leading the final 49 laps of the 60-lap affair, Joiner was rewarded with a $10,000 payday for his winning performance in his Trading Paints No. 10 Langenfelder Mechanical Contractors / Three Trade Consultants/ Law Offices of Cole & Davis/ Capital Race Cars Late Model.

“I got to the lead early, and from there this Capital Race Car drove like a dream. I focused on hitting my marks, and everything else took care of itself and we won by over seven seconds,” Joiner said. “Any time you win it’s special, but to win a $10,000 check in my home state with a lot of friends and family there really meant a lot. I also want to thank all of our awesome fans, who came by to see us throughout the weekend. From our fans to our marketing partners, we’re thankful for everyone, who supports our program.”

Joseph Joiner invaded All-Tech Raceway (Lake City, Fla.) on Friday as the 2021 edition of the Harvey Jones Memorial came to life. With 36 entries on hand for the Crate Racin’ USA sanctioned event, Joseph qualified second-fastest in his group and then won his heat race to earn the third-starting spot for Saturday night’s 60-lap finale.

In Saturday’s feature, Joiner charged past Mark Whitener to take the lead on lap 12 and never looked back en route to the $10,000 victory. He crossed the finish line 7.570 seconds in front of his nearest pursuer.

The triumph marked Joiner’s second of the season.

For complete results from the weekend, please visit

Watch the full Hunt the Front vlog episode from the event on the HTF YouTube Channel.
Next on tap for the team is a trip to Alabama’s Tri-County Speedway this Saturday for a $3,000-to-win Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series (MSCCS) Super Late Model event. Joseph picked up a $4,000 Southern All Star Super Late Model victory earlier this season at the bullring.

For more information on the event, please visit .

The Hunt the Front racing team would like to thank all of their marketing partners, which include Langenfelder Mechanical Contractors, Trading Paints, Three Trade Consultants, The Law Offices of Cole & Davis, GO Lithium, Wehrs Machine & Racing Products, Dirt Track Bank (A Division of Malvern Bank), Capital Race Cars, Penske Racing Shocks, Base Racing Fuel and Oil, Schoenfeld Headers, QA1, Jones Racing Products, Velocita USA, Robert & Sons Aluminum, Dirt Defender, StopTech Brakes,, Earnhardt Technologies Group, Gorsuch Performance Solutions, Vonbohn Products, Justin’s Horseshoe Art, Jasper Auto Supply (NAPA), and MSR Mafia Marketing Services.

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June 1, 2021

Dale McDowell Claims Schaeffer’s Oil Spring Nationals Championship
Double Dirt Late Model Dreams at Eldora Speedway Up Next

MOORESBURG, Tenn. (06/01/21) –
Dale McDowell has added another accolade to his Hall of Fame resume. Via his performances over the holiday weekend, he clinched his second-career Schaeffer’s Oil Spring Nationals championship in his Shane McDowell Racing/ E-Z-GO No. 17m Cometic Gaskets/ Klotz Synthetic Lubricants / Team Zero Race Cars/ Clements Racing Engine Super Late Model.

“We didn’t get any wins this weekend, but we did get the series championship. We had a really good chance to go to Victory Lane on Sunday evening at Rome (Speedway), but the flat tire got us. We were able to rebound to fifth though, and that was important in the championship battle,” McDowell said. “We came away with three Top-5 finishes, so we’ll take that and get ready for the double Dirt Late Model Dreams at Eldora next week.”

Shane McDowell Racing pilot Dale McDowell lifted the lid on his Memorial Day weekend on Saturday afternoon at Dixie Speedway (Woodstock, Ga.) with the Schaeffer’s Oil Spring Nationals opener. Locked into the eighth-starting position for the opening night feature via his qualifying effort, Dale gained four spots in the 40-lapper to register a fourth-place finish. He followed Randy Weaver, Brandon Overton, and Austin Horton across the line with Zack Mitchell coming in fifth.

The following night at Rome Speedway (Rome, Ga.), McDowell topped the charts in his group in time trials, which positioned him on the pole for the $4,053-to-win A-Main. After setting the pace for the first 10 circuits, Dale suffered a flat right-rear tire that sent him to the infield. Charging from the tail of the field to finish fifth, McDowell trailed Tyler Millwood, Donald McIntosh, Jason Croft, and Randy Weaver to the checkers.

To wrap up the Schaeffer’s Oil Spring Nationals slate on Monday, Dale stopped at 411 Motor Speedway (Seymour, Tenn.) for the ninth annual Scott Sexton Memorial. With preliminary results lining him up fourth on the starting grid for the $10,052-to-win finale, McDowell held his spot in the 52-lapper to finish fourth.

His trio of Top-5 finishes over the weekend secured McDowell his second straight Schaeffer’s Spring Nationals points title. He earned $10,053 for his championship-winning performance.

Complete results from these events as well as the final standings are available at .

Shane McDowell Racing will be idle this weekend as they prepare for double Dirt Late Model Dreams at Tony Stewart’s Eldora Speedway on June 9-12. The money-laden, four-day stretch will see the 27th annual Dirt Late Model Dream contested on Wednesday-Thursday, June 9-10, culminating in a $127,000-to-win finale.

On Friday-Saturday, June 11-12 the pandemic delayed 26th edition of the mega event will take center stage with a $126,000-to-win feature wrapping up the weekend.

Dale picked up the $100,000 triumph in the 2014 edition of the Dirt Late Model Dream.

For more information on the crown jewel weekend, please visit .

Shane McDowell Racing would like to thank all of their sponsors and marketing partners including E-Z-GO, Cometic Gaskets, Klotz Synthetic Lubricants, Connected Strategy Advisors, Fox Racing Shox, Waddell Transfer Inc, ShearWorx, Shackelford Enterprizes, Spring Pro, Northeastern Fabrication, Team Zero Race Cars, Clements Race Engines-Chevrolet, FK Rod Ends, Go Lithium, Schoenfeld Headers, Keyser Manufacturing, MSD Ignition, All Star Performance, Performance Bodies, Five-Star Bodies, Hoosier Tire, Wiles Driveshafts, Weld Racing Wheels, Butlerbuilt Seats, DMI Racing Products, Jones Racing Products, Safecraft Safety Equipment, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Dyers Top Rods, QuickCar, PEM Racing, Walker Filtrations, Mark IV ATV's, Winters Rearends, Strange Oval Products Sweet Manufacturing, Peterson Fluid Systems, DirtWraps, and Marketing Services.

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June 1, 2021

Gregg Satterlee Bests Bedford Field in Turk Burket 88 Tribute
Historic 100 at West Virginia Motor Speedway on Deck this Weekend

INDIANA, Pa. (06/01/21) – For the fifth time in 2021 Gregg Satterlee piloted his Satterlee Motorsports No. 22 Keyser Manufacturing/ Valvoline/ Classic Ink/ XR1 Rocket Chassis / Clements Racing Engine Super Late Model to a victory on Monday evening.

His latest conquest came at Pennsylvania’s Bedford Speedway in the Turk Burket 88 Tribute and rewarded him with a 4,000 triumph.

“It seems like so far this year that we’ve been regularly trying to find places to race, where the rain isn’t, and this past weekend was no exception. After everything else was washed away, we ended up at Bedford on Monday. We were sitting in the second position with eight laps left, when Colton (Flinner) went pitside which gave us the lead. From there I was able to get the win,” Satterlee said. “We’re putting together a pretty solid year, and we’re excited about the big money events coming up. This weekend we’ll head to West Virginia Motor Speedway and go after those two big paydays.”

With his initial weekend plans altered by Mother Nature, Gregg Satterlee made his lone start of the Memorial Day weekend on Monday afternoon at Bedford Speedway (Bedford, Pa.) in the Turk Burket 88 Tribute. After topping the 20-car field in time trials, Satterlee secured his spot into the main event with a heat race victory.

Grabbing the lead from Colton Flinner on lap 32 after the race-long pacesetter withdrew from competition, Gregg cruised to his fifth win of the season, which came over Jeff Rine, Gary Stuhler, Matt Cosner, and Matt Sponaugle.

He earned $4,000 for his second Turk Burket 88 Tribute victory after also winning the event in 2019.

For full results from this event, please visit .
This weekend, Satterlee will invade the recently reopened West Virginia Motor Speedway for the Historic 100. On Friday night Satterlee will pursue a $10,000 winner’s check, while Saturday evening will find Gregg’s sights set on a whopping $25,000 payday.

For full event information, please visit .

Gregg Satterlee would like to thank his marketing partners including Keyser Manufacturing, Valvoline, Classic Ink, Integra Shocks and Springs, Rocket Chassis, All About Wraps, Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic, Hooker Harness, Simpson Racing Products, Diversified Machine Inc/ Bulldog Rear Ends, Keizer Wheels, Wiles Driveshafts, VP Racing Fuels, AFCO, and Marketing Services.

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June 1, 2021

Matt Henderson Tops American All-Star Series Action at Smoky Mountain
Topless Outlaw Dirt Racing Series Trip To Richmond Up Next

LOUDON, Tenn. (06/01/21) – Matt Henderson had an up-and-down Memorial Day weekend of racing, which saw him splitting time between Crate Late Model and Steel Block competition.

The highlight of his holiday weekend endeavors came on Saturday evening at Smoky Mountain Speedway, where he scored the $3,000 American All-Star Series win in his Stanco Equipment Co. No. 17 Vineyard Lawn / CVR Race Car / Hendren Racing Engine Late Model. The victory marked his eighth of the year.

“There were definite high points and low points of the weekend. Ironically, the most notable high and low both came on the same night. We won the American All-Star feature on Saturday night at Smoky Mountain Speedway. In the Topless Outlaw Series feature, we were battling for the lead, when a lapped car cut across the track in front of me and the leader and collected us both. I hate it for everyone involved because it tore up some real good racecars. Just a bad deal for everyone,” Henderson said. “On Sunday night at Wythe, I spun myself out trying to make a pass for fifth and came from the back to finish seventh. Then on Monday night we lost power steering before qualifying at 411 Motor Speedway but was still able to get a third-place finish.

“We’ve got some serious repairs to do on the No. 00 Steel Head Late Model, and hopefully we can get it ready in time for Richmond this Saturday.”

With Friday night’s opener at Volunteer Speedway (Bulls Gap, Tenn.) rained out, Matt Henderson kicked off his Memorial Day weekend on Saturday evening at Smoky Mountain Speedway (Maryville, Tenn.), where he was pulling double duty in the opening round of the Mayhem in the Mountains.

In a field of 39 American All-Star Series entries, Henderson clocked in sixth fastest in time trials before placing third in the Dash. Charging from his third-starting position in the feature to his eighth win of the season in the CVR Race Cars No. 17 house car, Henderson topped Dillon Brown, Jake Teague, Carson Ferguson, and Mack McCarter at the line. He earned $3,000 for his winning performance.

In the Topless Outlaw Series sanctioned program, Matt was behind the wheel of the Luke Crass-owned No. 00 Late Model. Unfortunately, he was involved in a tangle with the leader and a lapped car, while running in second in the feature, which brought a disappointing end to his evening.

On Sunday night at Wythe Raceway (Rural Retreat, Va.) in the second round of the Mayhem in the Mountains with the American All-Star Series, Henderson secured his spot into the $3,000-to-win A-Main with a heat race victory. Rolling off ninth for the feature, Matt passed two cars in the 50-lapper to register a seventh-place finish.

Henderson’s weekend drew to a close on Monday with the Scott Sexton Memorial at 411 Motor Speedway (Seymour, Tenn.). The event found him battling power steering issues throughout the night to pilot the CVR Race Cars No. 17 to a podium finish in the 25-lap feature. He trailed Rusty Ballenger and Eli Beets to the checkers with Jesse Lowe and Cory Hedgecock rounding out the Top-5.

For full results from these events, please visit , , and .

This Saturday, June 5 Matt hopes to have his Luke Crass Racing No. 00 repaired in time to compete in the $3,000-to-win Topless Outlaws Dirt Racing Series event at Kentucky’s Richmond Raceway.

For more information on the event, please visit .

Matt Henderson would like to thank all of his marketing partners including CVR Race Cars, Vineyard Lawn, Vineyard Enterprises, Stanco Equipment Company, Vision Wheel & Discount Tire, R. Stuart Timber, Crossroads Turf Farm, Shifted Industries, Race Logic, Hendren Racing Engines, Bilstein Shock Absorbers, RPI by Robby Bilbrey, Wilds Race Products, Hoosier Tire South, ADC (Adam Ahl), PPM Racing Products, XS Power, Allstar Performance,, Odies Wax Shop, Matco Tools by Chad Toomey, Tri-Star Solutions, JB’s Auto Detailing, KRC Power Steering, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Base Race Fuels, Butlerbuilt Seats, Bulldog Rearends, QuickCar Racing Products, Earnhardt Technologies, Swift Springs and Marketing Services.

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