Team MAXIM took top honors at Williams Grove Speedway's National Open with Steve Kinser earning World of Outlaws career win number 495. 48 year old Kinser showed no signs of slowing down, as the veteran became the first four-time winner of the...
Team MAXIM took top honors at Williams Grove Speedway's National Open with Steve Kinser earning World of Outlaws career win number 495.
48 year old Kinser showed no signs of slowing down, as the veteran became the first four-time winner of the Williams Grove National Open. Kinser earned $30,000 for his win with the Scott Gerkin-prepped Quaker State MAXIM.
"Racing at this place is as tough as it gets," said Kinser from victory lane, "and it feels good anytime you win here with the caliber of cars and the drivers that race here. We've had a good car all year long, but we've struggled some on the big half-miles, so this is kind of a nice turn around. Danny Lasoski and I have gone back and forth all year long, but if we keep going out and winning races then things should fall our way."
With the win, Kinser extended his World of Outlaws point lead to 94 markers over his nearest competitor.
Jason Meyers was also a World of Outlaws winner last week, earning $10,000 for his Port Royal Speedway triumph in a Thursday night program. Meyers wheeled the VMAC MAXIM wrenched by DJ Lindsey to a dominating win, leading all 30 laps around the Juniata County Fairgrounds half-mile. The win was Meyers' fourth of 2003, as he substitutes for an injured Craig Dollansky.
Other Team MAXIM winners include Larry Neighbors winning twice at State Fair Speedway in Oklahoma City. Neighbors won the Friday preliminary event and came back Sunday to take the finale with his MAXIM.
Shane Stewart banked $5,000 by winning Saturday night's 25-lap O'Reilly American Sprint Car Series National Tour feature at Delta Bowl Speedway in Tunica, MS. Stewart drove the Rob Hart wrenched mln Motorsports MAXIM to victory.
In ASCS Gulf South action, Kelly Angelette clinched the region's 2003 point championship with his MAXIM.
Mike Haggenbottom scored his second win of the season with his MAXIM under the Advance Auto Parts URC Sprint Series banner on Saturday night at the Delaware International Speedway.