Team Fully Injected sprint car drivers, Danny Holtgraver and Brandon Matus, will each be back in action this evening at Bubba Racway Park in Ocala, Florida with the All-Star Circuit of Champions. The event this evening is race number two of three on the weekend schedule; paying $4,000 to the winner of the 30 lap main event. 

Holtgraver (19th) and Matus (21st) both failed to finish inside the top 15 during the All-Star main event  last night at Bubba Raceway Park. The two Western Pennsylvania natives hope to regain some momentum this evening and put their Fully Injected machines up front! 

“I’m confident we can win one of these things” explained Holtgraver when discussing his results from last night, “we were really fast last night..just had some bad luck.” 

Tomorrow night will be the last evening of competition for the All-Stars in Florida in 2012. The All-Star finale at Bubba Raceway Park will pay $7,000. Once the weekend is complete, Holtgraver and Matus will return home to Western Pennsylvania and prepare for regional action in the northeast!


Gregg Satterlee has had plenty of success thus far in Florida; making several A-main appearances and finishing inside the top 10. Unfortunately, that was not the case last night; as the black no. 22 failed to finish the consolation B-main for an attempt to make the evening’s feature.

With only three shows remaining on the Florida schedule, Satterlee will have three attempts to put his Rocket Chassis in victory lane; something that is never too far out of reach.  Today, Volusia Speedway Park will hold two complete shows for the UMP super late models, with the World of Outlaws Late Model Series hosting their Florida finale tomorrow evening at the blazing fast half-mile.

Good Luck to the entire team!