Monday Night Review: Merch Info Included!

Don’t forget to check out the merch section of our website! 

 Fully Injected’s summer inventory is running low; which is fantastic! The site is growing with popularity and the clothing line seems to be a hit. I can’t thank everybody enough for all of the loyal support and positive feedback. The plan for this fall and winter is to release one more t-shirt to kick off the fall season- and also release a new hoodie design just in time for the winter months. None of the previously released designs will be resupplied or stocked. I think that a rapidly changing inventory will keep customers interested and on edge to see what Fully Injected has to offer in the future. The new T will be released in time for Labor Day; with the new hoodie being released for Halloween. I have plenty of smalls and mediums left in most of the released designs; with a few 2xl’s and 3xl’s available.

Knoxville is over, and that is depressing. It was four glorious days of 410 sprint car action that took over the attention and focus of the entire sprint car world. Whether you were a fan, driver, owner, or sponsor, the small town of Knoxville, Iowa, which hosts the world famous Knoxville Nationals, captured every minute of your attention and dominated every second of your free time; and my- was it worth it.

The World of Outlaws will now have to switch focus of their own and prepare for the Great Northern Tour; which kicks off this weekend at River Cities Speedway and Husets Speedway on Friday and Saturday evening. Jason Meyers holds a 52 point lead in the World of Outlaws standings over current Knoxville Nationals champion, Donny Schatz, going into this Friday’s event at River Cities Speedway. Steve Kinser, Craig Dollansky, and Paul McMahan round out the top five in WoO Series points.

The All Star Circuit of Champions wasted no time getting back into action at the conclusion of the Knoxville Nationals. “America’s Series” invaded Husets Speedway last night where it was Mark Dobmeier returning to victory lane at the famed Brandon, South Dakota highbank facility. He held off current All-Star point leader, Tim Shaffer, and Dale Blaney for the victory. The All Stars will return to action this Tuesday and Wednesday to wrap up their Great Plains swing of the schedule. Tomorrow night, the series will compete at the Amsoil Speedway in Superior, Wisconsin; and then head back to North Dakota for a show at Red River Valley Speedway in Fargo, North Dakota. Butler Speedway in Quincy, Michigan, will be the host of the All-Stars this Saturday night. Fully Injected’s own, Danny Holtgraver, will be in competition Saturday night at the Michigan facility. Butler Speedway’s event is a part of the Ohio Region, which is a section of the All-Star schedule that the Holtgraver D4 team has been running full time in 2011. Danny will get another shot at claiming his first All-Star win this weekend.

Shane Stewart was more than impressive in the past two weekend’s at the Knoxville half-mile. Not only did Shane pick up another Knoxville 360 National Championship, but he finished second in the 51st Goodyear Knoxville Nationals and passed the most cars of any driver in competition this past weekend. Shane will get a chance to repeat sprint car success this weekend at the Jackson Nationals.

The 33rd Annual Jackson Nationals, which is sanctioned by the Lucas Oil ASCS national tour, is a two day event at the Jackson Speedway in Jackson, Minnesota. Friday night’s preliminary event will boast a $3,000 payday; while the finale on Saturday will offer $6,000 to the winner. Shane Stewart continues to lead the national 360 point standings over Johnny Herrera and Jeff Swindell. Speaking of Johnny Herrera, his team won the best appearing car award this past weekend at the Knoxville Nationals.

Team Fully Injected will once again have a busy weekend ahead of them. Western Pennsylvania is offering action for 410 fans at three different facilities in 2 days! Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Pennsylvania will hog the show on Friday night, but Saturday night, teams will have the choice of competing at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway for $2100, or Mercer Raceway Park, for a free right rear tire. Also, with no Attica Raceway Park action this Friday night and the only FAST race being on Saturday, its a possibility that we see a large car count at Wayne County Speedway on Friday night.

Jared Miley will also have his hands full this weekend. Being the the lone member of our late model division thus far in 2011, Jared will have to represent on his own. With his temporary schedule announcing appearances at Lernerville Speedway on Friday, and Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway on Saturday, Jared will be sure to have a close to home, but competitive weekend.

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