Jake Andreotti charged from his 11th starting spot to claim the richest pay day in micro sprint racing. The Annual Clay Cup held in Deming, Washington draws the top micro sprint competitors from around the country annually. The young California driver methodically picked his way through the field to win the 40 lap feature event. Andreotti utilized our Level 1 wing Micro package on his Farrell Chassis.
Sammy Swindell aboard Brandon Thone’s entry used a late race pass to seal the All Star victory at 34 Raceway in Burlington, Iowa. Swindell was riding on the latest wing shock package from CSI including our progressive bump kit.
Over 500 cars were in attendance for the Battle at the Brickyard USAC .25 National race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Team CSI was on hand all week helping its quarter midget customers. When the dust had settled Sunday night the team claimed three titles with Nick Loden winning Sr. Animal, bobby Elliot winning Heavy Formula Mod, and Ryan Wilson claiming Heavy 160.
Hagopian kicked off the week with a win at Dixon Speedway. After a runner up finish on night #2 he would pilot his D1 Chassis to consecutive wins and the overall points Championship in the Super 600 division.
Andrew Peters etched his name into the record books as the sixth different winner in as many attempts of the prestigious High Bank Hustle. The largest payout of the year in the 600cc micro sprint ranks attract the best talent from all over the country. The Indiana driver used a runner up finish on the preliminary night to put himself in position to cash the big check on Saturday night. Peters races across the line using our Level 1 Micro Sprint shock package.