Red-hot Jackson Claims King of Hill Finale McCool Junction, NE (August 10, 2013) – Tony Jackson, Jr. continued his dominant summer with his ninth victory since Memorial Day in the King of Hill finale at Junction Motor Speedway. Jackson earned a $3,000 payday in claiming a victory tri-sanctioned by MARS DIRTcar Series, Lucas Oil MLRA, and the National Championship Racing Association. Improving one spot from his runner-up finish in the King of the Hill Opener, Jackson took the lead and led the remaining distance. 

IMCA Southern SportMod -
Eddleman Doubles Up at Fairgrounds Speedway CORTEZ, CO (July 26, 2013) – Jordan Eddleman dominated the competition at the Fairgrounds Speedway in Cortez, Colorado while scoring back-to-back victories in the IMCA Southern SportMod division. On Friday night, Eddleman’s Eibach Springs equipped machine started in the third row of the feature before working into the lead to claim the win. Saturday proved to be more of a challenge, as Eddleman received damage to his oil pan after a competitor suffered an engine failure. Eddleman started fourth in the main event and drove to the front within six laps en route to his second checkered flag finish of the weekend.

Lucas Off-Road Racing Series (LOORRS) -
Menzies Races Stronghold Motorsports Entry to the Top SAN BERNARDINO, CA (August 1, 2013) – Bryce Menzies made the most of his move to the Stronghold Motorsports team. In round nine of the LOORS, Menzies placed the Eibach Springs #70 Stronghold Motorsports Pro2 entry in the second position immediately when the race started back up again after a full course caution. Menzies capitalized on the final restart to take the lead in turn four on the final circuit. Menzies continued on to deliver Stronghold Motorsports their first Pro 2 win of the 2013 season.

United States Modified Touring Series -
Krohn Conquers Batesville in USMTS Hunt Opener; Sanders Delivers Eibach 1-2 Finish LOCUST GROVE, AR (August 2, 2013) - Jason Krohn didn’t score any points Friday night. Instead, the 2007 USMTS national champion scored $5,000 in a convincing win as the Hunt for the USMTS Casey’s Cup kicked off at the Batesville Motor Speedway. Although he isn’t running for the season-ending, the 41-year-old from Slayton, Minn., served notice that he will be a force to be reckoned with at any event he enters from here on out. Krohn, who ranks Mooney Starr’s popular 3/8-mile oval as one of his all-time favorites, took the lead at the drop of the green flag and dominated the 35-lap main event while registering the 28th victory of his career and first since Aug. 30 of last year. Rodney Sanders drew the pole for the feature race with Krohn starting on his right. After Krohn jumped out to lead the initial lap, Sanders was unable to close in and contest his teammate. Sanders held on to give Eibach Springs a 1-2 finish. Eibach Springs Heat Race Winner: Steve Whiteaker, Jr.

Historic One-Two Victory for Audi in Russia MOSCOW, RUSSIA (August 4, 2013) –Eibach Springs and Audi had a perfect day at Moscow Raceway. On the new DTM race track around 80 kilometers north-west of Moscow, Mike Rockenfeller in the Schaeffler Audi RS 5 DTM and Mattias Ekström in the Red Bull Audi RS 5 DTM commandingly set the pace right from the start. After 74 laps, the two Audi drivers had more than a ten-second advantage over the third place entry.

Pirelli World Challenge -
Aschenbach Takes Pivotal Win at Mid-Ohio; Eibach dominates GTS Podium LEXINGTON, OH (August 4, 2013) - Lawson Aschenbach (GTS) took a pivotal win in Round 12 of the Pirelli World Challenge 2013 season, at the Honda Indy 200 at Mid-Ohio presented by StopTech Brakes. It was a dramatic race for both classes as the championship battles intensify. In GTS, Aschenbach, in the Eibach Springs equipped No. 10 Chevrolet Camaro, led flag-to-flag and had a margin of victory of more than a lap, but that was due to the GT leaders getting in-between him and second place. The win is Aschenbach’s fifth of 2013, and also his fifth consecutive podium finish. Peter Cunningham, in the Eibach Springs adorned Acura TSX, was able to sneak past on Lap 27 and hold on for a runnerup position. Cunningham had got into that position in the first place after passing Jack Baldwin, who finished third, for third on Lap 20, at Turn 4, to secure the Cadillac CTS-V Move of the Race. Cunningham went on to score the runner-up position in Round 13 for a double podium result. 

Global Rallycross -
Heikkinen Gets Fourth Straight at X-Games LOS ANGELES, CA (August 6, 2013) – After becoming the first Global Rallycross driver to win three consecutive events at Bristol, Toomas Heikkinen did one better at X Games Los Angeles by winning his fourth straight main event, all while relying on the proven performance and quality of Eibach Springs. The win marked Heikkinen’s fourth career Global Rallycross victory, and his fourth in a row. He is also the first driver in GRC history to score six consecutive podium finishes, and his 117 points through six races is an all-time record.

Super Dirt Series -
Moyer Jr. Ends Skid with Victory FLIPPEN, AR (August 2, 2013) – Former series champion Billy Moyer, Jr. led every lap of the Comp Cams Super Dirt Series event at North Central Arkansas Speedway with Eibach Springs to earn $2,000 in the tour’s first-ever visit to the 3/8-mile oval. Moyer started from the pole of the 35-lapper and grabbed the lead as the race went green. That would prove to be as close as anyone got to Moyer as he motored away from the pack and was never seriously challenged throughout the event. Jesse Stovall garnered Eibach Springs a top-2 finish with his stellar performance. 

NASCAR Whelen Modified Series -
Tim Brown Returns to Victory Lane RURAL HALL, NC (August 7, 2013) – Tim Brown was able to add his third win to the season in the 50 lap event at the Bowman Gray Stadium in Winston Salem, NC. As the 24-car field came around to the green flag, Brown wasted no time taking over the lead. Although the first half of the race went rather smooth, the second half tried to give Brown a challenge. Throughout the closing laps of the race, five cautions were displayed, which of course in turn left five double file restarts. Not to say other drivers didn’t challenge Brown, but with his skill, determination and the superior performance of Eibach Springs, he sailed off with each and every start. The fifth and final caution was displayed with 10 laps to go, Brown took off one final time to maintain the lead until crossing the checkered on lap 50 and scoring his third victory of the season. With another win in the books, Brown is now only two wins away from being tied for the most wins in the Modified division.

NASCAR Whelen All-American Series -
Wallace Charges to Victory at I-44 LEBANON, MO (August 10, 2013) – Matt Wallace returned to the Lebanon I-44 Speedway victory lane in the beautiful Ozarks. Starting on the second row outside tonight by virtue of the heat race invert, Wallace quickly moved into second by the end of the first lap. Working his way forward, Wallace was patient beyond his years and survived two cautions and a red flag to have the final restart with 15 to go. Racing resumed, as Wallace and the leader pulled away from the field. With ten to go, Wallace started applying pressure and in turn three of that lap, Wallace made the clean pass on him to take the lead and from there just hit his marks, smooth and consistent to take the fourth checkered flag of the season. “We just need to keep winning,” said Wallace in Victory Lane. Wallace’s victories keep coming in part due to the winning combination of Eibach Springs and the ‘Will to Win’.

Southern All Star Racing Series (SAS) -
Ray Cook Wins Night Two of SAS Georgia Madness at Needmore Speedway NORMAN PARK, GA (August 10, 2013) – The Southern All Star Racing Series made its first-ever appearance at Needmore Speedway in Norman Park, GA on Saturday evening to complete the SAS Racing Series Georgia Madness weekend doubleheader and Ray Cook scored the SAS victory aboard his Eibach Springs equipped #53 Mastersbilt Race Car in the series first appearance at the Needmore Speedway in Norman Park, Georgia. The victory by the 42-year-old Cook was his second Southern All Star Racing Series victory of 2013 and 12th overall for his career in SAS Racing Series competition. Cook jumped to the race lead from his front row starting position and immediately built a comfortable lead throughout the event before holding of a late race challenge for the win. 

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