Bixby, OK - Shane Stewart, Jason Johnson, Terry McCarl, Billy Alley, and Jesse Hockett headline an impressive list of winners using WESMAR Racing Engines to find victory lanes and accolades recently. Stewart became the first driver since Gary ...
Bixby, OK - Shane Stewart, Jason Johnson, Terry McCarl, Billy Alley, and Jesse Hockett headline an impressive list of winners using WESMAR Racing Engines to find victory lanes and accolades recently.
Stewart became the first driver since Gary Wright in 1999 to win with every major Sprint Car sanction in a single season by winning at Jetmore, Kansas during the Thunder Through the Plains All Stars versus the NCRA Series event. Stewart, recently named Mr. Sprint Speedweek for his performances during Southern Iowa Sprint Week, also was the Hard Charger of the Knoxville Nationals with his WESMAR-equipped mln Motorsports Scottt Chilcutt entry.
Jason Johnson also shined during the All Stars vs. NCRA events, winning with his WESMAR-powered Cox Fabrication entry at both McCool Junction and Doniphan, Nebraska.
Terry McCarl, who sat on the pole postion at the Knoxville Nationals, swept Huset's Speedway Gold Cup weekend, pocketing $7,000 for his 2 day performance at the South Dakota bullring with his Big Game Hunting WESMAR-powered 410 Sprint Car.
Jesse Hockett duplicated his 2003 Lakeside NWWC efforts, taking the $10,000 to win wingless SCRA-sanctioned event Saturday evening utilizing WESMAR Racing Engines horsepower.
Billy Alley relied on WESMAR Racing Engines to score 360 Nationals Championship at Knoxville.
Other recent winners using WESMAR Racing Engines include Jarod Larson taking two wins at Tri City Speedway in Pennsylvania and winning also across the border at Sharon Speedway in Ohio; Michael Lewis and Tony Hunt finishing 1-2 in the USAC Valvoline Western Sprint Car portion of the Trigueiro Classic at the Madera Speedway in Madera, California on Saturday; Terry Gray scoring the win at Crossville, Georgia in USCS sanctioned action, and Gary Taylor winning the ASCS Rocky Mountain Region event at Colby, Kansas.