Davenport Battles and Wins at Atomic

Davenport scores another win with PFC Brakes, earning a wholesome $10,000 award at Atomic Speedway in Chillicothe, Ohio in the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series.

 

Starting from the 4th position, Davenport got ahead of the pole-sitter Brian Shirley on lap 18 of 50, and led the rest of the race across the finish line.

 

“Those first five or ten laps there… that was awesome,” said Davenport. “If that doesn’t get your heart pumping, you need to check it because me and Shirley had an awesome race sliding one another, and then we were racing side-by-side.”

 

Davenport claimed his 21st Lucas Oil Series victory–his fifth win of the 2016 season. This was also his second straight Buckeye Spring 50 Victory at Atomic Speedway.

 

Equipped with the best, Davenport’s No.6 Open Wheel Modified car is fully equipped with PFC’s ZeroFailures™ discs, and CarbonMetallic© pads. Davenport knows that PFC wins More Championships than Any Other™.

 

Ty Majeksi Dominates the Rattler

In the first event of the 2016 Southern Super Series, Ty Majeski crossed the finish line ahead of the pack and straight into victory lane, winning the 40th annual Rattler 250 at Alabama Speedway.

 

Starting in 7th position, Majeski quickly made his way to the front of the pack.

 

“It’s not too often that you get a racecar like this,” Majeski said. “I just did my best to do my job.”

 

Within the past 13 months, Majeski has won the Florida Governor’s Cup, captured an ARCA Midwest Tour Title, a World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing Super Late Model Championship, and set a new qualifying record at the Snowball Derby.

 

The No.91 Super Late Model car is equipped with PFC’s ZeroFailures™ discs, and CarbonMetallic© pads.

 

Ramey Scores First Southeast Dirt Modified Series Win

Derrick “The Rocket” Ramey battled with Taylor Cook and holding off Kyle Strickler and Chris Parker to win his very first Southeast Dirt Modified Series race at County Line Speedway. Ramey gained a nice $2,000 check for the 30-lap race victory.

 

At the start of the race, Ramey jumped into the top position from his 2nd place starting spot, having to hold off Cook throughout the entire race. Seven cautions occurred throughout the race, bunching up the field often.

 

Ramey pulled through with a well-deserved victory in a heated race. His No.91 Dirt Late Model car is equipped with PFC’s ZeroFailures™ discs, and CarbonMetallic© pads.

 

Friesen Wins Modified Race

Stewart Friesen claimed VICTORY in the 55-lap Dirt Modified race in New Egypt, NJ. Friesen also scored the pole position, getting him ahead from the start.

 

Friesen’s first challenge came on the eleventh lap from Howard who tried to move around him on the inside for the lead.

 

Withstanding two more challenges from Howard in the second half of the event, he kept his lead during the restart on laps twenty-seven and thirty-two.

 

Holding off Pauch Jr. after the back breakaway on a green flag after a yellow caution, Friesen ran across the finish line and got into victory lane winning a $5,000 prize.

 

Friesen uses PFC’s CarbonMetallic© race pads.

 

-PFC Brakes Press Release. Photo credit: DirtonDirt.com

Davenport, Friesen, Majeski and Ramey Win With PFC Brakes