Lee Pulliam Wins Third Straight Holiday '200' at South Boston Speedway WEST SILOAM SPRINGS, OK (July 4, 2013) — Lee Pulliam, the defending NASCAR Whelen All American Series National Champion and current South Boston Speedway points leader, drove into the lead with 35 laps to go and held off his closest competition by four car lengths to win at South Boston Speedway. The win marked the third straight year in which Pulliam has won South Boston Speedway's annual pre-Fourth of July holiday race. Pulliam's win, his 10th of the season at South Boston Speedway and his 16th victory overall for the season, allowed him to regain the lead in the NASCAR Whelen All American Series national points chase. Pulliam's Eibach Springs equipped Late Model was running fourth when the halfway break came, and had to restart in fifth place after the halfway leader drew an eight, resulting in the top eight cars at halfway being inverted for the start of the second half of the race. Pulliam, who had been steadily closing on the leader, made the pass for the lead on lap 165. Pulliam averaged 59.407 mph in the race that was slowed by two caution periods that consumed eight laps.
WISSOTA Late Models -
Diede Holds on for Win at Summer Nationals ABERDEEN, SD (July 6, 2013) — Brian Diede rebounded from a runner-up finish in the first of two Brown County Speedway Summer Nationals events to capture the $2,000-to-win finale in thrilling fashion. In the opening night of the WISSOTA Late Model double header, Diede led for the majority of his feature, only to have another driver find away around him. In the weekend headliner, Diede was the one who found some traction with his Eibach Springs adorned machine on the South Dakota oval. Diede methodically moved into the lead en route to the victory celebration.
United States Racing Association (USRA) Modifieds -
John Allen Continues Hot Streak at Humboldt HUMBOLDT, KS (July 12, 2013) — Just six days after picking up his eighth win of the season at Nevada Speedway's Firecracker 40, John Allen finished up front in the USRA Modified A Main at Humboldt Speedway for his ninth win of the 2013 season. Allen accrued the most passing points in the heat race to earn the pole position in the feature event and led each circuit in his Eibach Springs equipped Hughes Modified to capture the victory.
UMP DIRTcar Summer Nationals -
Babb Rules Macon MACON, IL (July 11, 2013) — Shannon Babb took the lead midway through the 33rd annual Herald and Review 100 at Macon Speedway and led the remainder of the UMP DIRTcar Summer Nationals event for his series-leading fifth victory during the 19th race on the month-long tour. Babb mastered the tiny 1/5th- mile track's middle groove to climb from his ninth-starting spot and outdueled competitors in a three-wide battle for the lead. Babb's Eibach Springs equipped Late Model took the top spot on lap 47 and never looked back, dominating the second half of the 100-lap race to earn $5,000.
China Touring Car Championship (CTCC) -
Andy Yan Captures Third Consecutive Victory at Ordos INNER MANGOLIA, CHINA (July 7, 2013) — Andy Yan won his third race of the year from the pole position in the fourth round of the China Touring Car Championship in the Ordos International Circuit. Andy Yan won the race finally after leading all 16 laps, with his teammate Jiang Tengyi finishing second. Yan extended his advantage in the drivers' championship standings to 45 points. In the Super Group, Eibach Springs dominated the podium with the Eibach Springs equipped Ford Focus's of Andy Yan and Jiang Teng Yi finishing in the top two positions.
WISSOTA Modifieds -
Cain Takes Checkers at Ogilvie OGILVIE, MN (July 13, 2013) — Dave Cain captured his third victory of the 2013 season after topping the stout WISSOTA Modified field at Ogilvie Raceway in Ogilvie, Minnesota. Cain started on the outside of the second row in the feature event, but quickly moved next to the leader and battled door-to-door for position. Cain was faster out of the curve and took the lead as the yellow flew. Cain was first on the restart, but back-to-back cautions kept the drivers at a coast. Cain was in charge on the final restart and kept his foot down to drive away from the competition in his Eibach Springs equipped Modified.
MARS DIRTcar Series -
Reigning Champ Ends Drought on MARS WEST SILOAM SPRINGS, OK (July 5, 2013) — Reigning MARS DIRTcar Series champion Jesse Stovall ended his season-long drought on the series with a victory in the opener of a doubleheader weekend at West Siloam Speedway with Eibach Springs. Stovall took the lead and secures a $2,000 payday.
Pirelli World Challenge -
Aschenbach Tops Lee and Baldwin in Toronto TORONTO, CANADA (July 13, 2013) —Lawson Aschenbach led an all-Eibach Springs podium while scoring his fourth win of 2013 in Round 10 of the GTS class Pirelli World Challenge 2013 season in the Acura Sports Car Challenge, part of the Honda Indy 200 at Toronto. It was also a Camaro 1-2 as Andy Lee finished second in the Eibach Springs equipped No. 20, some 9.264 seconds behind him. The result is Lee's fifth podium finish of the 2013 season. Meanwhile, there was a pivotal change for third place on the last lap. GTS class points leader Jack Baldwin, of Marietta, GA, in the Eibach Springs adorned No. 73 Porsche Cayman S ended third. The podium is Baldwin's ninth in 10 races this season.
Southern All Star Racing Series -
Cook Turns Back Charges at Cleveland CLEVELAND, TN (July 13, 2013) —Ray Cook brought home a $4,000 victory in the Stars and Strips 40 on the Southern All Star Racing Series at the Cleveland Speedway in Cleveland, Tennessee. Cook fought off a determined challenge late in the 40-lapper to grab his 11th career series victory.
NASCAR Pro Late Model -
St. Ours Snares $5,000 MMI 100 Win at Kern Raceway BAKERSFIELD, CA (July 13, 2013) — Donny St. Ours recorded the fastest lap in the young history of Kern County Raceway Park, than drove to the $5,000 MMI Services 100 victory for NASCAR Pro Late Models during CITGO Lubricants Night at the half-mile speedway in Bakersfield, California. St. Ours led the final 76 laps and took a 7.7 second win. St. Ours, who ran a 17.863 second lap at over 100 miles per hour average in qualifying, was never challenged in the final 76 laps and cruised to his first win on the Kern County Raceway Park half-mile.
Pirelli World Challenge -
IMCA Modified -
Carter Edges Gustin to Win at Benton County VINTON, IA (July 14, 2013) — Cayden Carter remained committed to the high groove and took advantage of a late restart to edge Richie Gustin in the 19th annual Hogan Memorial at Benton County Speedway. Gustin, who was also equipped with Eibach Springs, led much of the IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified 40-lapper, but a late caution allowed Carter to challenge for the lead as the white flag waved. Carter went on to win in thrilling fashion, pocketing $1,250 plus an additional $100 in bonus lap money. Gustin battled three-wide before assuming command on lap 11. He quickly extended that advantage running the low side of the speedway while Carter, who started in the second row, slipped out of the top five. Carter fought his way back into contention by running the top groove of the 1/4-mile and sat in fourth when a mandatory caution slowed action at the midway point on lap 20. When racing resumed, Carter again went to the topside and made his way past for third. He then battled side-by-side for numerous circuits until a lap 32 caution negated Gustin's straightaway lead. On the restart, Carter worked the outside lane past into second while Gustin continued to stretch out his advantage on the bottom groove. That all changed when the final caution waved with three laps to go. Carter again shot to the outside of Gustin when the green flag waved and pulled even with the leader in the first set of turns. Gustin led the next time past the flag stand, but Carter inched ahead when the white flag was displayed. Gustin powered to the low side of Carter in turns three and four on the final lap, however Carter held on to score the thrilling win by less than a car-length.
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