From Brian Goscinski
Jeff Walker does it again and wins his third Oval Nationals as a car owner with Chris Windom behind the wheel this time. The first two wins came in 2005 and 2006 with Dave Darland doing the driving and all of them came with Super Shox on the blue 11. The Walker / Windom combination has been very successful again in 2010 with 9 wins and 14 second place finishes this year and a Kokomo Championship. As 2010 winds down the team is excited to start the 2011 season and work to make those 14 second place runs into wins.
2010 has been another big year for Super Shox racers with wins coming at many big events such as the Chili Bowl where Kevin Swindell won to make it back to back wins for the Swindell family and Super Shox, Eric Gordon won his sixth Little 500 with Super Shox, Sammy Swindell has won 11 races and ran second in the 360 Nationals. Then to back up his 2009 win at Oskaloosa he won it again in a race that was dominated by the Super Shox cars of Tyler Walker and Sammy Swindell who likely would have won the Knoxville Nationals if not for the left rear tire explosion. Sammy followed that up with a win at the prestigious Williams Grove National Open in very convincing fashion. Tim Keading has won 9 races in California including the Johnny Key Classic. Back in the Midwest Jerrod Hull has 8 feature wins to his credit including the Lake Ozark Nationals and the Mid West All-Star title.
This is not just a case of a few racers having a good year as there is a long list of winners from Micro Sprints, Midgets and Sprint cars winning with Super Shox on dirt and pavement. The list of champions is a long one as well with Billy Balog winning 8 races in route to his third IRA title in as many years since switching to Super Shox, Mike Hess won 4 races and the Badger championship in the John Callahan prepared car owned by Jerry Hardy. TJ Luedke won 7 races and back to back EWSC titles. Kurt Davis has won 6 races and the MSA and Plymouth championships in the Wisconsin 360 division that has been won by a Super Shox car every year since Doug Schenck won back to back titles in 2003 and 2004. Super Shox cars have dominated the MSA series again in 2010 with 24 feature wins out of the 30 races that were run. Brian Kristan won 9 races running 360 and 410 cars in Wisconsin. Tommy Sexton won 4 races and the Wilmot 410 title. Todd Lehr won 5 races and the Wisconsin Illinois Mini Sprint title to complete the open wheel sweep of Wisconsin for Super Shox. Sam Borden finished the year off with 19 feature wins, 20 fastimes and the 600 upright points championship at Bakersfield Raceway in Indiana. Over in Ohio Jimmy Stinson won the OVSCA point title in Billy Jerrell’s car. In a the auto cross arena Jeff Cashmore won the SCCA D-Mod Solo National Championship for the third consecutive year with Super Shox.
From coast to coast and around the globe in Australia and New Zealand more racers are winning with Super Shox every year. If your looking to improve your racing program you need to look at Super Shox! No hype, no bull and no fast talking sales guy just a great product with great service and support. Just ask a Super Shox customer and they will tell you what your missing. It is easy to find us on the web at www.supershox.com where you can see some great videos and learn all about the shox and company. You can also find us on facebook to stay up to date with the Super Shox world. We can be reached by e-mail at email@example.com or by phone at 847-548-SHOX (7469). If your at the IMIS show come by booth 310 to get a close up look the shox and talk to our staff.
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