Maxim is the champion's chassis choice

MAXIM Race Chassis has been reaffirmed as the number one choice of Sprint Car champions during the 2000 season with point titles earned nationwide. Steve Kinser led the parade of satisfied MAXIM customers by winning his 16th World of Outlaws ...

MAXIM Race Chassis has been reaffirmed as the number one choice of Sprint Car champions during the 2000 season with point titles earned nationwide.

Steve Kinser led the parade of satisfied MAXIM customers by winning his 16th World of Outlaws championship. Kinser's Quaker State sponsored MAXIM team won over $384,000 in 2000 competition, and recently took home $200,000 from the WoO Awards banquet in Las Vegas as the leading owner-driver of the series.

Veteran Kenny Jacobs earned the All Star Circuit of Champions point title and will be crowned the series champion at their annual awards banquet next week, held in Indianapolis at the Crown Plaza during the Performance Racing Industry Trade Show. Jacobs, the all-time feature win leader in ASCoC competition, competed for the Jacobs-Honecker MAXIM team and scored 6 A Main wins on his way to the 2000 All Star point title.

Craig Dollansky was crowned the first point champion of the World of Outlaws Gum-Out Series at the 2000 awards banquet at Terre Haute, Indiana, earning $50,000 in point fund money. The Karavan MAXIM carried Dollansky through an inaugural season that showed 8 feature wins enroute to the Gum-Out point championship. Dollansky was also the recipient of a MAXIM Chassis from MAXIM Owner Chuck Merrill for winning the most qualifying heat races during the 2000 season.

Brent Kaeding will undoubtedly be crowned the Northern Auto Racing Club 2000 point champion after the conclusion of the NARC season this weekend at Tulare and Bakersfield. Driving the Al Peterson/Al's Roofing MAXIM, Kaeding's consistency of top ten finishes in all 18 NARC Series races to date have earned Kaeding's team lofty status at the top of NARC's point standings. The NARC title will be the 13th of Kaeding's career.

Gary Wright is always the man to beat in NCRA Sprint Car action and Y2K was no different for the National Championship Racing Association competitors. Wright again earned the NCRA point title using MAXIM Chassis, a feat he has accomplished continuously since 1993. Incredibly, Wright has won 8 consecutive point titles with the NCRA.

Other MAXIM achievers during the 2000 season include IRA Champion Joe Roe, American Sprint Car Series National Champion Wayne Johnson, Lernerville Speedway Sprint Car division point champion Dave Scott, Knoxville and Huset's point champion Terry McCarl, National Racing Alliance/Limaland and Eldora Speedway Champion Tim Allison.

MAXIM Race Chassis is proud to have these champions utilizing our chassis in competition, and congratulates each and every racer in their quest for the checkered flag.

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Series Automotive , Sprint
Drivers Steve Kinser , Craig Dollansky , Kenny Jacobs , Wayne Johnson