From Perris To Pennsylvania, It's All Maxim Team MAXIM took checkered flags in sprint car competition from coast to coast last weekend, with wins recorded at Perris Auto Speedway's World of Outlaws event, and in Central Pennsylvania at early ...
From Perris To Pennsylvania, It's All Maxim
Team MAXIM took checkered flags in sprint car competition from coast to coast last weekend, with wins recorded at Perris Auto Speedway's World of Outlaws event, and in Central Pennsylvania at early season Lincoln and Williams Grove Speedway races.
Team MAXIM remains undefeated in World of Outlaws competition in 2004 after Jason Meyers put the Elite Landscaping MAXIM in victory lane Saturday evening. Meyers battled back and forth with Steve Kinser before securing the win when Kinser suffered a flat tire late in the event.
"I got a really good start, and then Steve got by me," said Meters. "I was able to catch back up to him and get by him on the top, but the next lap he went right back by me, so I don't know if he was relaxing out front or what. It's unfortunate for Steve, but fortunate for me that he got that flat tire."
Team MAXIM drivers accounted for six of the top eight finishing positions at Perris. In addition to Meyers winning $10,000, Craig Dollansky in 2nd earned $5,500; Shane Stewart in 4th took home $2,800; Tyler Walker 5th ($2,500); Paul McMahan 6th ($2,300); and Kraig Kinser 8th ($2,100).
Central Pennsylvania 410 Sprint Car racing was also dominated by Team MAXIM, with Cris Eash winning Lincoln Saturday afternoon and Greg Hodnett scoring the opening day win Williams Grove Speedway.
Eash earned $2,500 with the David Eash MAXIM at Lincoln Speedway with Team MAXIM taking three of the top four spots. Hodnett was runner-up, with Mark Smith fourth in the ZEMCO MAXIM.
Hodnett scored his 23rd career win at Williams Grove Speedway's 65th Season Opener. Hodnett drove the Lee Stauffer prepared Apple Dealers MAXIM from third staring spot to earn his first season opener win, worth $3,000.