Team MAXIM weekly news 2004-03-18

Jimmy Siegel scored his first Central Pennsylvania career win last Saturday at Lincoln Speedway, driving the Scarpitta MAXIM into the lead on the last lap to win on the afternoon surface. 24 year old Siegel was joined in victory lane by his father...

Jimmy Siegel scored his first Central Pennsylvania career win last Saturday at Lincoln Speedway, driving the Scarpitta MAXIM into the lead on the last lap to win on the afternoon surface. 24 year old Siegel was joined in victory lane by his father Steve Siegel and legendary Bobby Allen where he pocketed $2,500 for the victory in the 25 lap event.

Greg Hodnett showed that the Bob Stewart-owned, Lee Stauffer-wrenched Apple Dealerships MAXIM is for real at historic Williams Grove Speedway, winning from 18th starting spot on the Sunday afternoon daytime surface and earning $3,000. The team is undefeated in 2004 at the Grove, picking up previous wins from the pole and third starting spot.

Steve Kinser won the World of Outlaws preliminary event at Lone Star Speedway in Kilgore, Texas Saturday. Kinser used a lap 18 pass to secure the checkered flag for his Quaker State-sponsored MAXIM team.

-www.racemaxims.com

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Series Sprint , World of Outlaws
Drivers Steve Kinser
Teams Williams