Fifteen-Year-Old James Bickford is Crowned Late Model Champion at All American Speedway ROSEVILLE, CA (September 14, 2013) – James Bickford, in his rookie season racing a Late Model car, came away with the race win and the 2013 NASCAR All American Late Model Series championship at All American Speedway in Roseville, California. It came down to the last race to decide the championship, with Bickford leading by a mere two points coming into the night’s race. All Bickford had to do to win the championship was finish ahead of his closest competitor, and that is exactly what he did. Bickford posted the fastest time in the first practice session, with a 14.225 second lap. Bickford went on to qualify number one with a 13.965 second lap. With an invert of six, Bickford started from the outside of row three. Bickford moved up to third on lap eight, and took away second on lap 30. Bickford’s Eibach Springs equipped Late Model bolted into the lead on lap 35. From there on it was easy sailing for Bickford, who pulled way ahead of the field. A couple of late restarts brought the field back together, but Bickford was able to lunge ahead on every restart, and then sail over the finish line first. It was Bickford’s sixth win of the year. Bickford thanked his sponsors, including Eibach Springs, in a rowdy victory lane celebration. “I feel like I am on top of the world,” 15-year old Bickford said after the race. “I came into this season just looking to get some practice, and maybe to win or two, but I never imagined winning the championship.”

Dirt Late Models -
Ray Cook Claims Tenth Feature Win of 2013 at Dixie Speedway
 WOODSTOCK, GA (September 14, 2013) – Ray Cook bagged his tenth feature win of the 2013 racing season in his Eibach Springs equipped #53 at the historic Dixie Speedway in Woodstock, Georgia. Cook laid down the fastest lap overall during the time trial session, which locked him into the pole position for the unsanctioned ‘Fall Championship.’ Cook then led from flag-to-flag in the A-Main to score the $2,000 victory.

WORCS Racing -
Cognito Takes Round Eight of WORCS at Honey Lake
 MILFORD, CA (September 14, 2013) – Justin Lambert dominated the ATV SxS Production 850 division in round eight of the WORCS tour at Honey Lake by claiming the holeshot, fastest lap, and the win with Eibach Springs. From green flag to checkers, Lambert led every second of this race and laid down fastest lap by 17 seconds. The race for first was competitive toward the end, as Lambert broke a front axle mid race and had to ease up to keep the car together on this brutal course. Despite the malfunction, Lambert prevailed and battled his way into victory lane.

UMP DIRTcar Modifieds -
Kramer Carries Momentum from Patriot 100 to Lawrenceburg for 16th Victory of 2013
 LAWRENCEBURG, IN (September 18, 2013) – Joey Kramer’s ‘Will to Win’ drove him to his fifteenth win of the 2013 campaign with back-to-back victories at Lincoln Park Speedway and Lawrenceburg Speedway. Kramer hasn’t visited Lincoln Park Speedway often, especially with his Eibach Springs equipped No. 77 UMP Modified. However, in a return to the Putnamville oval, Kramer continued his dominance in the latter half of the 2013 season. Kramer was one of the fastest in group qualifying, starting second-fastest overall, and then parlayed a front row starting spot into a powerful victory in the 10th running of the Patriot 100 at Lincoln Park Speedway. Kramer led all 100 laps to top the field. With 39 cars on hand for the $3,000-to-win show, Kramer left little to chance on his way to the victory, stretching out his lead to nearly a straightaway after a caution with 11 laps remaining. In fact, Kramer lapped the field all the way up to the top-five positions in an impressive show. Kramer worked the topside cushion to perfection and built a straightaway lead before a caution lead the field into the 50-lap break for crews to make changes to the cars. Just one caution flew over the second set of 50 laps and it was with 11 laps remaining. Kramer took care of the remaining laps despite having a broken push bar before nabbing his 15th victory of the 2013 season. Kramer carried the momentum into Lawrenceburg Speedway for the Merrill Downey Memorial race. Kramer was patient for the first few laps of the 44-lap feature event before he began his march toward the front. However, cautions would keep the field bunched up, setting up an epic battle that saw Kramer and a competitor side-by-side for 15-laps. Kramer would not be denied, as his Eibach Springs equipped Modified led the final 20 laps en route to victory lane. Kramer has now claimed 16 A-main wins during the 2013 season, including seven straight over a three-week span.

ARCA Racing Series -
Kimmel Earns ARCA’s 2013 Bill France 4 Crown Championship at Salem
 SALEM, IN (September 14, 2013) – Frank Kimmel has added another accomplishment to his already impressive racing resume. By finishing third in the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards race at the Salem Speedway, Kimmel captured the prestigious Bill France 4 Crown Championship. The Bill France 4 Crown is a mini-series within the ARCA season that challenges drivers on four different types of courses. This season’s 4-Crown race schedule included Michigan Int’l Speedway (superspeedway), New Jersey Motorsports Park (road course), Springfield (mile dirt oval), and Salem (short track). Kimmel was equipped with Eibach Springs at each ARCA Racing Series event in 2013.

NASCAR Whelen All American Series -
Wallace Scores Fifth 2013 Victory at I-44 Finale
 LEBANON, MO (September 14, 2013) – Matt Wallace closed out his second season competing in the Late Model division with five wins, 16-top five finishes, and track championship runner-up after scoring the victory during the Lebanon I-44 Speedway season finale. Starting seventh out of fourteen cars in the first of two features, Wallace made quick work of the field and was in the top four within three laps. A caution slowed the field, which allowed Wallace to line up bumper-to-bumper with the leaders. Wallace quickly over took the second runner-up position on the restart and set sail for second. By lap twelve of the 25-lap feature, Wallace was in the lead and his Eibach Springs equipped Late Model pulled away from the field. Wallace dominated the remaining laps and crossed the finish line 10 car lengths over his nearest competition. “The car is the best it has been all year,” said an excited Wallace in victory lane. In the second 25-lap feature, Wallace lined up twelfth on the field and moved into the top ten by the second circuit. Wallace occupied the seventh spot when the first caution flew, and worked the high line on the restart. Wallace found himself within striking distance in the fifth position when the final caution flew with just six laps remaining. Wallace battled with the leaders the final laps before settling for a podium finish in the second-runner up position.

UMP DIRTcar Series
Hoffman Masters Mod Mania
 PONTOON BEACH, IL (September 21, 2013) – Nick Hoffman mastered the Tri-City Speedway when the UMP DIRTcar Mod Mania visited the Pontoon Beach, Illinois speedway. Hoffman started fifth on the field and fell back to sixth by the time the first caution fell. The racing surface produced two to three wide racing throughout the event, allowing Hoffman to work his way towards the front. Hoffman used the bottom line to work his way into third place and track down the leader. Hoffman battled side-by-side with the leader before securing the $3,000 victory.

United States Racing Association (USRA) Iron Man Challenge
Hoffman Masters Mod Mania
 SPRING VALLEY, MN (September 21, 2013) – Cory Crapser clinched the USRA Iron Man Challenge B-Mod Championship with a third place finish at the Deer Creek Speedway in Spring Valley, Minnesota with one race remaining. In 2013, Crapser has scored twelve victories, all with Eibach Springs.

IMCA SportMod
VanDenBerg Wins at Hamilton County Speedway
 SPRING VALLEY, MN (September 21, 2013) – Carter VanDenBerg scored his first IMCA SportMod victory since his prestigious IMCA Super Nationals victory when he returned to the Hamilton County Speedway in Webster City, Iowa. VanDenBerg was crowned the IMCA Super Nationals champion at the Boone Speedway in Boone, Iowa after leading all 30 circuits in the SportMod main.

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