PROCTOR, MN (August 29, 2013) — Kevin 'Buzzy' Adams powered his Eibach Springs equipped Modified to victory lane in the 41st annual Silver 1000 at Proctor Speedway in Proctor, Minnesota. Adams shared the front row for the 30-lap WISSOTA Modified feature. At the initial green flag Adams went for the lead and raced side by side on the lightning fast 3/8-mile speedway. A caution flag for debris on the front stretch with three laps complete realigned the field. Adams retained the lead on the restart and battled on the high groove. Adams began to work his way through heavy traffic as the runner-up closed in to try and make a move for the lead. The second caution flag in the event served to change the complexion of the race; lapped traffic was no longer an issue and the end was in sight with seven circuits left. The restart lineup included Adams on the point as he jumped back to the point before another caution slowed his progress. The final restart went without incident and Adams became a first-time Silver 1000 Modified winner.

GREENVILLE, SC (September 2, 2013) — Dylan Kwasniewski dominating season just keeps rolling along. The 18-year-old from Las Vegas won for the fourth time in the last six NASCAR K&N Pro Series East races — and for the fifth time this season — as he took the checkered flag in the Kevin Whitaker Chevrolet 140 at Greenville Pickens Speedway. Kwasniewski's Eibach Springs equipped No. 98 finished 2.650 seconds over runner-up. After starting on the pole for the third time this season, he surrendered the lead on Lap 3 and fell back to as far as ninth, but that was part of the plan. Patience paid off for Kwasniewski. After dropping back in the pack he began a methodical march back through the field. By Lap 100 he was back in contention for the race lead. On the race's 108th lap Kwasniewski worked his way around in Turns 3 and 4 for the lead. From there, it was just a matter of staying away from trouble as he was able to get away from the rest of the lead pack en route to victory lane.

ATTICA, OH (August 24, 2013) — The Summit Racing Equipment UMP Late Model feature was a dandy as Jon Henry slid past the race-long leader on the last lap to get his second win of the season at Attica Raceway with Eibach Springs. The win marked Henry's thirteenth career feature win at Attica. 

WISCONSIN DELLS, WI (August 24, 2013) — Travis Sauter ran the Habelman 100 Super Late Model special event at Dells Raceway Park and walked away with yet another win. Sauter's Eibach Springs equipped Late Model was the fast qualifier of the 23 cars, breaking the track record in the process. He started the race in seventh place and worked to the lead by lap 35 and cruised to the victory.

BAKERSFIELD, CA (August 31, 2013) — Ross Strmiska become the eighth Pro Late Model winner this year at the Kern County Raceway in Bakersfield, California. Strmiska ran third early in the event and avoided an incident to take the lead on lap 47. The final restart for the three lap shootout saw a three-wide challenge up the inside, but Strmiska proved too strong. Strmiska cruised to the win in his debut, topping Donny St. Ours in the final rundown.

SOUTH BOSTON, VA (September 2, 2013) — CE Falk put Lee Pulliam's coronation ceremony of hold and collected a $3,000 bounty that was placed on the destined two time NASCAR Whelen All American Series Champion. Lee Pulliam won the first of two twin 75-lap Late Model races at South Boston after a classic duel. The leaders raced side-by-side for the lead and Pulliam prevailed each time to score the win. In the second race, Falk used the outside line in a late race restart to his advantage and soared into the lead. Falk then survived one final restart to score the win over the runner-up. 

Canada/Bellemarie Team ONTARIO, CANADA (September 2, 2013) — Louis-Philippe Dumoulin and the Eibach Springs equipped #47 WeatherTech Canada / Bellemare team recorded their second victory this season at the Canadian Tire Motorsport Park in Bowmanville, Ontario. Moreover, they wrote a new chapter in the history of the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series by winning the first ever "All-Quebecer Podium".

SWEDEN (September 2, 2013) — Jan Brunstedt clinched the Swedish GT Championship title in an Eibach Springs equipped Audi R8 LMS at the penultimate race of the season. It is the 20th title for a team with the Audi R8 LMS since Audi started its customer racing project in 2009. Brunstedt and Christer Lindholm celebrated a commanding victory by the large margin of 39 seconds during the fifth race weekend at the Ring Knutstorp. As a result, Jan Brunstedt has won all six races before the season finale at Mantorp Park. 

SAO PAULO (September 1, 2013) — Eibach Springs and Audi has remained unbeaten in the 2013 sports car season to date. The Audi R18 e-tron quattro hybrid sports car has won the fourth of eight rounds in the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC). In addition, it claimed victory in the 12-hour classic at Sebring in March. The race weekend in Brazil ended in victory for Marcel Fässler, André Lotterer, Benoît Tréluyer ahead of Loïc Duval, Tom Kristensen, and Allan McNish. On clinching their success in the São Paulo 6 Hours, the winners reduced the gap to their team colleagues in the drivers' standings by eight to 22 points. After a flawless race, the current World Champions celebrated their second WEC win of the season following their success at Spa in May.

FRANCE (September 2, 2013) — During the fifth French GT Championship race weekend at Magny-Cours, Vincent Abril and Dino Lunardi celebrated two wins in the Audi R8 LMS ultra fielded by Team Speed Car. The two Frenchmen, who are already credited with three victories this season, moved from tenth to third in the championship standings. David Hallyday and Grégory Guilvert in the Saintéloc Racing Audi R8 LMS ultra completed the successful weekend for Audi customer team with second place in Sunday's race. 

MORRIS, IL (August 31, 2013) — Using the outside groove to advance to the front, Austin Prock captured the Short Track Auto Racing Series-sanctioned Bob Lockard Memorial 30-lap midget race at the Grundy County Speedway. The 19-year-old racer wheeled his Eibach Springs equipped W9 open wheel midget around the outside of leader with five laps to go to win his second straight feature race at the one-third-of-a-mile paved oval. A week prior, young Prock won the STARS-sanctioned D'Arcy Shootout at the speedplant.

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