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Sauter Continues Domination at Madison with 10th Consecutive Win MADISON, WI (August 11, 2013) — There is no denying Travis Sauter's 'Will to Win.' Sauter entered the ARCA Midwest Tour / ARCA CRA Super Series sanctioned Border Wars 150, and despite the undeniable talent in the field, picked up his tenth consecutive victory at the Madison International Speedway. Sauter started fifth on the field before moving into second place by the halfway break. Sauter wasted no time taking the lead after the race resumed. The Eibach Springs equipped Late Model took control on lap 85 and cruised to the checkered flag before taking the spot in victory lane.
"The car was really strong on the long run, and 150 laps is a long race so it worked out well," said Sauter. " Anytime you can win a Midwest Tour race it's a big deal, and to add some CRA guys to the field makes it more special. There's a long list of people that support this team, and every one of them plays a role in the success, including Eibach Springs."

World of Outlaws Late Model Series -
VanWormer Thrill Home-State Fans With Victory in Winston 50 MONTAGUE
, MI (August 16, 2013) — Jeep VanWormer of Pinconning, Mich., gave his homestate fans a reason to cheer with a convincing victory in the NAPA Auto Parts Winston 50 Presented by Keyser Manufacturing at Winston Speedway.
After becoming the first — and still only — driver from Michigan to win a World of Outlaws Late Model Series event on Sept. 16, 2007, at LaSalle (Ill.) Speedway, VanWormer turned up the excitement level with his second career checkered flag. The $10,000 triumph came at a track that is a three-and-a-half-hour drive across the Wolverine State from his residence. VanWormer, 38, steered his Eibach Springs equipped Rocket car into the lead on lap 14 and never looked back. "It felt good to go out there and perform and actually do what I always want to do — win in your home state," said VanWormer, who trusts Eibach Springs to continually deliver only top performance and consistency. Booth #

United States Modified Touring Series (USMTS) -
Sanders Scores in Sauk Rapids
 SAUK RAPIDS, MN (August 18, 2013) — Rodney Sanders scored his first win during the Hunt for USMTS Casey's Cup at the Granite City Speedway. 'The Rocket' started on the pole but it was his teammate, Jason Krohn who jumped out to lead the first lap. The 2007 USMTS National Champion led the first five laps using the high side of the clay oval, but Sanders inched ahead on lap 6 as the low line began to show signs of taking rubber. Seeing Sanders' advantage growing, Krohn moved down behind Sanders just in time to settle into second place ahead of Ryan Gustin, who started sixth. At this point, the top three drivers were equipped with Eibach Springs. The race's first and only caution came at the halfway point of the 40-lapper just as Sanders had caught the rear of the pack, and the restart gave him a clear track ahead to sail away over the final 20 laps to score the win and a $5,000 paycheck. It looked like Krohn and Gustin would follow in order to the finish line, but a flat right rear tire with one lap to go dropped Krohn to the rear of the running order while Gustin coasted to a runner-up finish-his best in the first nine races in 'The Hunt.' Eibach Springs Heat Race Winner: Dave Cain

IMCA SportMod -
Roberts Tallies 24rd Victory of 2013 at Iowa State Fair Speedway
 ANKENY, IA (August 13, 2013) — Nick Roberts continued to showcase his 'Will to Win' when he hit the Iowa State Fair Speedway in Ankeny, Iowa. Just days after notching his 23rd victory of his highly successful 2013 campaign, Roberts returned to victory lane after the 15-lap shootout at the speedplant. Roberts inherited the lead after the pole-sitter bobbled in turn one and from there on had no trouble in keeping it to the checkers.

United States Racing Association (USRA) Modifieds -
Allen Tops Competition at Humboldt Speedway
 HUMBOLDT, KS (August 16, 2013) — John Allen topped the 22-Modified USRA field at the Humboldt Speedway, capturing his 13th victory of the season with Eibach Springs. After winning his heat race by a straightaway, Allen lined up in the outside pole position at the drop of the green flag. Allen fought a missed setup on the car as he battled in the third place. With only a handful of laps remaining, Allen challenged his way into the runner-up position and began running down the leader. With five more circuits around the dirt oval remaining, Allen had worked into the lead as the battle continued. Allen prevailed, scoring his fifth consecutive victory at the Humboldt Speedway and 13th of 2013.

Rocky Mountain Challenge Series -
Gomez Scores Double Victories
 TWIN FALLS, IA (August 10, 2013) — Jonathon Gomez used his knowledge of Magic Valley Speedway in Twin Falls, Idaho to score victories in both nights of racing action in CarbonX Rocky Mountain Challenge Series action. More importantly, he closed the gap in the point standings to just 41-points heading into the final race of the 2013 campaign.

NASCAR Whelen All-American Series -
Pulliam Wins at South Boston
 SOUTH BOSTON, VA (August 16, 2013) — Lee Pulliam extended his winning streak at the South Boston Speedway, winning the first 75-lap NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model Stock Car Division race of what had been a scheduled twin-race event. Pulliam's win in the 75- lap NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model Stock Car Division race was his 14th victory of the season at South Boston Speedway. And, for the third time, Pulliam escaped a posse of bounty hunters, who was chasing a bounty track officials had posted for any driver that could stop Pulliam's winning streak. Unfortunately for them, Pulliam has the 'Will to Win'. Pulliam's Eibach Springs equipped machine led the entire 75-lap distance and averaged 73.845 mph in the race that was slowed with one caution period.

WISSOTA Modifieds -
Successful 2013 Continues for Klopstein
 ASHLAND, WI (August 17, 2013) — Jeff Klopstein battled his way to his 13th victory of the 2013 season and first at ABC Raceway in Ashland, Wisconsin. 

GRAND-AM Continental Sports Car Challenge -
Stevenson Motorsports Triumphs in Kansas City
 KANSAS CITY, KS (August 17, 2013) — Stevenson Motorsports claimed the team's second win of the season in GRAND-AM Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge competition as Matt Bell and John Edwards combined to lead a race-high 27 laps in the Eibach Springs equipped No. 9 Camaro GS.R en route to victory at Kansas Speedway in the SFP Grand Prix. The result marked the team's fourth podium finish this year. Bell started the race from fifth on the grid and delivered a strong opening stint — progressing up to second as he reported that his Continental Tires were wearing evenly and performing well. Bell took over the lead just prior to the team's first pit stop in which he brought the No. 9 Camaro to pit road for routine service and a driver change as Bell turned the controls over to Edwards. A full course caution was displayed on Edwards' out lap with the field bunching back up and the No. 9 Camaro restarting second in line. Edwards would run among the top-three throughout his entire 1 hour and 40 minute stint. The Stevenson Motorsports team called him to pit road for fuel only during the race's second full course yellow with about 1 hour and 20 minutes remaining. He emerged second in line and took over the point during the race's third full course caution period. Once back to green flag running, Edwards defended against the championship-leading car of Rum Bum Racing while putting a bit of a gap over the second place car. Edwards looked well on his way to victory as he stretched the leading margin but a late race caution with 17 minutes remaining in the race set the stage for a final three lap green flag run to the finish. As Edwards took the green flag on the final restart, he defended masterfully against the championship-leading Porsche to take the win.

Best in the Desert -
Banning Motorsports the Best in Best in the Desert Vegas to Reno Race
 LAS VEGAS, NV (August 20, 2013) — Banning Motorsports took another impressive win at the Best in the Desert General Tire Vegas to Reno race. The 1178 car brought home the gold for Banning Motorsports with a nearly perfect race. This is an incredible third win in a row at Vegas to Reno for the 1178 car and the fourth straight for Banning Motorsports. The team's FOX shocks with Eibach Springs were smooth and crisp soaking up the rough spots on course.

IMCA SportMod -
Jenae Gustin Outshines the Guys in SportMod Win
 MARSHALLTOWN, IA (August 17, 2013) — Jenae Gustin has inherited her brother Ryan Gustin's 'Will to Win', and has followed his footsteps into victory lane. Gustin scored a popular win in the SportMod division at the Marshalltown Speedway in Marshalltown, IA. The Eibach Springs equipped 19J found the comfort zone down low and took the lead on lap seven after starting ninth on the field, and took the win. 

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