Mark Dobmeir was victorious in his return to Knoxville Raceway. Dobmeir and his Grinch Motorsports team have been picking up wins all summer long riding on CSI RS-15LT shocks.
Frank Galusha has been on a late summer heater since claiming the $10,000 to win High Bank Hustle. Galusha returned to Sweet Springs for the John Hinck Memorial and dominated the feature event to claim the $7,000 pay check. Galusha is utilizing CSI’s new RS-17 Shock package specifically valved for the Stallard SST Chassis.
Kevin Thomas Jr. capped off a stellar Indiana Sprint Week with a 5th place run at Lincoln Park Speedway to claim the overall Championship. KTJ was riding on the latest offerings form CSI all week long.
Jake Hagopian (Super 600) and Liam Ryan (Mini Sprint) were crowned Clay Cup Champions Saturday night. Clay Cup is the largest Micro and Mini Sprint race on the west coast, paying out over $45,000. Both drivers utilized new RS-17 shocks from CSI.
Consistency played a large factor in the final outcome of the 2017 Indiana Midget Week Championship. Clauson Marshall driver Shane Golobic outlasted his team mate Tyler Courtney and Kiwi Michael Pickens who each had two round wins to claim the title. Golobic won the Championship on the strength of three top 5 finishes throughout the week and never finishing worse than 8th. Team CSI drivers won 4 of the 6 rounds and finished 1-2-3 in the final standings.