Weekend Recap 5.15.16: Frisbie and Kreisel Find Victory Lane

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Weekend Recap 5.15.16: Frisbie and Kreisel Find Victory Lane

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Riley Kreisel with the All Star Midget Series at Grain Valley, MO picks up the win. This is his second win of the season with the All Star Midget Series.

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Jackson Frisbie picks up a win in his BOSS Chassis micro at Double X Speedway Sunday night.

Nathan Benson and Slater Helt finished on the podium at Southern Illinois Raceway Saturday night where there were fifty-five Outlaw cars. Austin Stewart finished in the 16th position and Dereck King finished in the 19th position.

“Congrats to Joe B,” Nathan Benson stated.  “We started twelfth and run second, so I’m happy with that.  We’re out here racing to win.  We’ve got two wins, two seconds, and a fourth all year, so far.  I can’t say enough about our BOSS Chassis and all the guys that help us.”

We would like to wish everyone good luck this coming weekend as many BOSS Chassis drivers are competing.

Please send your results in to jbruns@kbrperformance.net

Weekend Recap 5.2.16: Nathan Benson and Andrew Felker Find Victory Lane

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With the Midgets only getting one night of racing in the past weekend BOSS Chassis was able to bring home a first, fifth and sixth place finish at Belleville, IL Friday night. Andrew Felker was able to bring home his second win in a row. Also at Belleville Tucker Klaasmeyer crossed in the fifth position and Austin Brown crossed in sixth.

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Down under Michael Kendall in the Neilson Motorsports owned car was able to pick up the Polar Ice Championship at Archerfield Speedway.

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In the BOSS Chassis Micros we had drivers running at several different tracks this weekend. At Belleville, IL on Friday Nathan Benson brought home the win followed by Slater Helt who led the first half of the race. Jacob Patton crossed the line in sixth place in his Panhard BOSS Chassis Micro. Austin Stewart who was starting from the second position in the A-main had something mechanically go wrong on the start that forced him to pull into the infield.

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Then on Saturday we had drivers competing at Port City Raceway and Sweet Spring. At Port City in the outlaw class Jonathan Beason was able to bring home a second place finish and Slater Helt was able to bring home a seventh place finish. Then at Sweet Springs Raceway Nathan Benson brought home his second win of the weekend where we had two other BOSS Chassis drivers competing.  Austin Schaeffer brought his BOSS Chassis out for the first night this year and was able to bring home a second place finish. Jackson Frisbie was able to bring home a seventh in the open class and a twelfth in the A-class at Sweet Spring. Austin Schaeffer also went to Double X speedway on Sunday but due to a mechanical issue was not able to finish the feature.

 

We would like to wish everyone good luck this coming weekend as many BOSS Chassis drivers are competing.

Please send your results in to jbruns@kbrperformance.net

Weekend recap 4.23.16: BOSS Chassis Sweeps Podium at Macon

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At Macon Saturday Andrew Felker picked up the National Midget win, Tucker Klaasmeyer took second and Austin Brown took third to sweep the Podium.

Patrick Bruns sweep the weekend picking up the win in the DII midget at Jacksonville and Macon.

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In the micro we had Nathan Benson bring home a second and a fourth this past weekend. Slater Helt has a 10th place finish at Macon. Austin Stewart made the A-main at Jacksonville his home track and Macon with and 18th and at 15th place finish.

Drivers that will hit the tack soon this year will be Aaron Schuck and Austin Schaeffer. Aaron Schuck will be competing in a BOSS Chassis Midget and Austin Schaeffer will be competing in a BOSS Chassis Pan hard Micro.

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Weekend Recap 4.18.16: BOSS Chassis Finds Victory lane 4 Times

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Weekend Recap 4.18.16: BOSS Chassis Finds Victory lane 4 times

Patrick Bruns finds victory lane twice this weekend in the ILLINI/POWRi D2 opener on Friday at Lincoln Speedway and then on Saturday he finds it again in the USAC/IMRA opener at Spoon River Speedway.

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Riley Kreisel brings home a win at Grain Valley Speedway with the Allstar Midget Series. This followed up his third place finish with the Allstar Midget Series two weeks ago.

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In the POWRi micro season opener at Belle-Clair Speedway Nathan Benson brought his BOSS Chassis Jacobs ladder Micro to Victory lane around the high side of Belle-Clair Speedway followed by Joe B. Miller finishing second and Jeremy Camp bringing home third. Then to round out the top five were two more BOSS Chassis Jacobs ladder micros drove by Matt Howard finishing fourth and Slater Helt finishing fifth having BOSS Chassis take three of the top five spots at the Belle-Clair. Slater Helt then made the long drive to Port City Raceway from Belle-Clair to bring home a fourth place finish.

In the west we had many drivers competing at Outlaw Speedway and I-30 this weekend with POWRi West. Night one of the weekend was at Outlaw where Jason McDougal was able to bring home a third place finish. On the second night at I-30 Boss Chassis was able to bring home three out of the top five as Tucker Klaasmeyer finished second, Jason McDougal finished fourth, and Nic Bailey finishing fifth.

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We would like to wish everyone good luck this coming weekend as many BOSS Chassis drivers are competing.

Please send your results in to jbruns@kbrperformance.net

Weekend Recap: McDougal and Black take BOSS Chassis to Victory Lane!!

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Weekend Recap: McDougal and Black take BOSS Chassis to Victory Lane

This past weekend we had many BOSS Chassis drivers competing around the Midwest. Two that came to the top this weekend were Jason McDougal  picking up a midget win at Port City Raceway and JD Black coming back for an injury last season picked up the win at Grain Valley Speedway. Jason McDougal also picked up a 3rd place finish on Night 1 at Port city. Andrew Felker also picked up a 3rd place finish on Night 2 at Port City.

At Port City we had several BOSS Chassis midgets in competition and also had two BOSS Chassis Jacobs ladder micros running the second night at Port City in the Outlaw division. We also had micros competing at several different tracks.

“That took everything I had to hold him off,” said first place finisher Jason McDougal.  “I’m speechless.  I’d been struggling coming off three and four, so I knew I couldn’t fully commit, but I knew I was going to throw it.  This is amazing, doing it in my hometown and to have everyone here supporting us to do this.”

“That was one hell of a racetrack,” Tanner Thorson said.  “This promoter puts on an awesome race.  Congratulations to Jason McDougal.  I tried my hardest to get by him and it didn’t work.  This is his track.  He deserves this.”

“We had a good car,” explained Andrew Felker.  “Early we were picking them off in a hurry and then Jason drove by us like we were stupid.  He had the car of the field.  He was flying down on the bottom early.  I knew the slider was going to be interesting on the last lap, but I just wasn’t close enough to capitalize on it.  Standing on the podium is not a bad way to end the night.”

We would like to wish everyone good luck this coming weekend as many BOSS Chassis drivers are competing.

Please send your results in to jbruns@kbrperformance.net

 

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