Magtech products have helped get these racers into the winners circle.
World of Outlaws Finals
Friday November 14, 2014
Last weekend at the final night of the Outlaws World Finals Magtech men were 4 of the top 10 with the best finish of 3rd place from Daryn Pittman. Great end to a great season!
Halloween Weekend Winners
Monday November 3, 2014
It was a slow weekend of racing as most tracks seasons are coming to an end. That didn’t keep Rico Abreu and Derek Hager from bringing home another win. Abreu was victorious in the final CA Civil War Series on Sunday at Stockton Dirt Track (pictured above). Abreu was the only two time winner in the Civil War Series this year. On Saturday Hager took home a win from Riverside International Speedway in the 360 Winged Sprint feature.
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Information via: https://www.facebook.com/civilwarsprints; http://www.hoseheads.com/
New Product Announcement!
Wednesday October 29, 2014
Magtech is pleased to announce our new Ultimate 305 Magneto! This Ultimate 305 Magneto is totally self-contained, simple one wire hookup switch, easily change plug wires, best cap and rotor, upgraded gear for wet sump, can be statically timed with a timer box, best true magneto ever built! Can be used in a 360, or even a 410. Order your new Ultimate 305 Magneto today!
Success at Port Royal Speedway!
October 27, 2014
World of Outlaws returned to Port Royal Speedway for the first time in ten years on Saturday. It was an intense fight for first place between Donny Schatz and Ryan Smith. In the end Smith won the battle, and his first WOO series win. Schatz won second place and Daryn Pittman placed in third. Shane Stewart received the KSE Hard Charger Award after advancing 8 places Saturday.
PORT ROYAL SPEEDWAY (OCTOBER 25, 2014): A-Main - (30 Laps) - 2. 15-Donny Schatz  [$5,500]; 3. 9-Daryn Pittman  [$3,200]; 4. 29-Kerry Madsen  [$2,800]; 5. 4-Cody Darrah  [$2,500]; 8. 2-Shane Stewart  [$2,100]; 9. 48-Danny Dietrich  [$2,050]; 15. 71M-Joey Saldana  [$1,000]; 19. 49-Brad Sweet  [$800]; KSE Hard Charger Award: 2-Shane Stewart [+8]
Information via www.woosprint.com;
Another Weekend of Rain Showers
Monday, October 13, 2014
The rain understandably kept a lot of races from continuing as scheduled once again this weekend. That still didn’t keep Magtech out of the winners circle! On Friday night Greg Wilson came in second place and Jon Agan in fourth at the 2nd Annual Harvest of Sprints at Waynesfield Raceway Park. Dave Darland took home first place in the non-wing division while Matt Westfall received third. The Salt City 78 at the New York State Fairgrounds this weekend was a huge success for drivers running Magtech products. Stewart Friesen came in fifth place, Chris Windom ahead in fourth, Bobby East took home third place, and A.J. Fike placed in second. Danny Dietrich won Saturday night in the 410 Sprint Car division at Lincoln Speedway. Also on Saturday, Brady Short took home the Harvest Cup win at Tri-State Speedway. Close behind in second place was Kyle Cummins, and Brian Karraker taking home fifth place. The All Star race at Eldora resulted in the 24 car driver, Rico Abreu, coming in first and Greg Wilson taking home fourth. Budweiser Salute to the King Outlaw Showdown Rolling Wheels Raceway Park was another huge success! Joey Saldana took home fifth place and $2,500. Kerry Madsen walked away with $2,800 for fourth place. Daryn Pittman won third place and $3,200. Donny Schatz placed first and was rewarded $10,000. Bryan Clauson came in first place at the Powri Lucas Oil National Midget Series at Jacksonville Speedway on Saturday night, following behind him was Darren Hagen who place second. Tanner Thorson took home fourth place while Justin Peck took home fifth. MOWA Sprint Car Series at Jacksonville Speedway ended in Paul Neinhiser earning third place and AJ Bruns with fifth. All Magtech results below:
2nd Annual Harvest of Sprints at Waynesfield Raceway Park (October 10, 2014): 2. Greg Wilson; 4. Jon Agan; 6. Derek Hager; 8. Hud Horton; 9. Jared Horstman; 10. Ron Blair; 14. Shawn Dancer; 15. Danny Smith; 25. Taylor Ferns NON-WINGED: 1. Dave Darland; 3. Matt Westfall; 7. Luke Hall; 8. Chris Gurley; 10. Max McGhee; 11. Dustin Ingle; 12. Landon Simon; 15. Logan Jarret; 21. Justin Grant
Salt City 78 at New York State Fairgrounds (October 10-11, 2014): 2. A.J. Fike; 3. Bobby East; 4. Chris Windom; 5. Stewart Friesen; 7. Jerry Coons Jr.; 9. Davey Ray
All Star at Eldora (October 11, 2014): 1. Rico Abreu; 4. Greg Wilson; 6. Chris Bell; 14. Jim Nier; 17. Derek Hager; 18. Tyler Courtney; 19. Taylor Ferns
Budweiser Salute to the King Outlaw Showdown at Rolling Wheels Raceway Park (October 11, 2014): 1. Donny Schatz; 3. Daryn Pittman; 4. Kerry Madsen; 5. Joey Saldana; 7. Cody Darrah; 11. Jessica Zemken; 14. Brad Sweet
Harvest Cup at Tri-State Speedway (October 11, 2014): 1. Brady Short; 2. Kyle Cummins; 3. Robert Ballou; 5. Brian Karraker; 6. Jon Stanbrough; 7. Brandon Mattox; 8. Scotty Weir; 13. Jeff Bland Jr.; 17. Carson Short; 20. Dakota Jackson
MOWA Sprint Car Series at Jacksonville Speedway (October 11, 2014): 3. Paul Neinhiser; 5. AJ Bruns; 6. Robbie Standridge; 7. Chris Urish; 9. Kevin Thomas Jr.; 13. Bryan Clauson; 14. Brett Tripplett; 15. Brad Loyet; 18. Ryan Bunton; 20. Joey Moughan
Powri Lucas Oil National Midget Series at Jacksonville Speedway (October 11, 2014): 1. Bryan Clauson; 2. Darren Hagen; 4. Tanner Thorson; 5. Justin Peck
Information via Hoseheads.com ; USACracing.com ; nationalspeedsportnews.com ; midwestopenwheel.com
Magtech fills the top ten at Williams Grove
Monday October 6, 20014
52nd Williams Grove Speedway National Open had fans on the edge of their seat Saturday night. Would defending Outlaw champion Daryn Pittman take home the $50,000, or would it be Five-Time open winner Donny Shatz? Or someone maybe someone else? It looked promising that it would be someone else, either Stevie Smith or David Gravel. After a full 360 spin Smith fell out of the top three but still finished strong in the top ten in 9th place. Smith followed Brad Sweet in 8th place, Danny Dietrich in 7th place, and Shane Stewart in 6th place. Pittman took home 3rd place, and Shatz came in 2nd place.
Information via Hoseheads.com
Magtech Dominates once again this weekend
Monday September 29, 2014
Bloomington Speedway put on a show to remember Friday night. Not only was it racing legend Steve Kinser's last hometown race for his last full season, but it was also Donny Schatz fourth consecutive Indiana win. Schatz went on to bring home another win at Berlin Raceway making this year his most successful year of wins with 24 victories. At the Atomic Speedway Saturday night, Danny Smith (pictured above) won the 410 sprint car division and became the 2014 Atomic Speedway Champion. Stevie Smith earned his sixth win of the season at Williams Grove Speedway on Friday, and went on to win his seventh win at Lincoln Speedway on Saturday. Max McGhee also had a successful weekend, earning his first career win at Lincoln Park Speedway on Saturday night. Kyle Cummins led all 25 laps Saturday night at Tri-State Speedway. Cummins walked away with another win under his belt, another $2,000 in his pockets, and a new title to his name, 2014 MSCS Champion. Bryan Clauson was victorious Saturday night at Lawrenceburg Speedway, leading all 30 laps in the feature. Clauson is in second place for AMSOIL National Sprint Points with 1,711 points. 34 Raceway put on an intense show as well on Saturday night. Tony Shilling won $2,000 after winning the 25-lap feature, as well as the 10-lap Ironman challenge. John Agan was also successful this weekend, winning his first title as the Brockway Mechanical and Roofing Sprint Invaders Champion.
Information via Hoseheads.com
Magtech in the winners circle at Eldora
Monday September 22, 2014
Racing fans gathered at the historic Eldora Speedway this weekend to see an entertaining race and they were not disappointed! Joey Saldana (pictured above) and Donny Schatz put on quite the show. In the end it was Saldana who ended up victorious and $10,000 dollars richer. This was Saldana's first win after a 41-race winless streak, he then went on to win again at Lernerville Speedway.
Information via Hoseheads.com