SPRAKER RACING HAS SUCCESSFUL SPEEDWEEKS IN DAYTONA
2013 Speed Weeks was both hectic and rewarding for Spraker Racing Enterprises. Competing
with Clay Campbell in the MAV TV Daytona 200 presented by Menards ARCA
event, the team ran very well. The Mountain Dew sponsored 08
flirted in the top ten most of the day. In spite of taking a long
slide thru the infeild grass and clay keeping it off the wall, the team
recovered to a respctful 14th. place finish. "Clay did a great
job all day " stated team owner Jeff Spraker. A very excited Clay
Campbell said "this was a great run and we are ready to head to dega
with our Mountain Dew Ford Fusion and see what we can do".
competing in the ARCA event the team switched gears and repositioned
themselves to the backstretch for the first annual BATTLE AT THE BEACH
with the Spraker Racing Enterprises K&N Pro Series East car # 37.
Young Dylan Presnell was behind the wheel of the potent #37 and
did a fine job on the tough 3/8 mile track laid out for the inaugural
event. After qualifying 18th. spot, Presnell moved himself
steadily into the top ten. As luck would have it a rear gear
failure with just 22 laps to go would sideline the Spraker Racing
entry, but not before a stellar run. Dylan is a talented
race car driver and did a fine job for us stated Jeff Spraker. We
just wish we coul have finished the nite off in what we feel would have
been a top five run.
to finish the busy Speed weeks off the crew helped driver Dusty Davis
in the Camping World Truck Series event on Friday nite.
After starting deep in the feild, Davis worked his to the front
and avoided several on track incidents to cap off the race with a top
twenty finish and most importantly did not put a scratch on the truck.
Next up for Spraker Racing Enterprises will be the Bristol K&N and Nationwide events.
Stay tuned for furthe news on who will be at wheel for these two high profile events.
TEAM COMMUNICATIONS CONTACT:
NAME: Chris Knight, Knight Motorsports Management
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BUSINESS BOOMS IN 2011
31st. year in business was highlighted by major upswings in our
Hot Rod and Parts division.
In spite of
what some say is a difficult economy we have continued to build our
specialty car and component business into a continuing success.
Packard's to Chevelle's, Cadillac's to Camaro's we have proven to have
the knowledge to keep us apart from the competition.
ability to use our racing engineering and fabrication capabilities in
the specialty car market has put us ahead of the competition.
2012 year looks busier than ever. Our rear end and drive train
components sales remain strong and look to grow even more in 2012.
Racing looks forward to continuing relations with or current customers
and welcomes in our new customers for 2012.