Affordable Chassis

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Affordable Chassis
Affordable Chassis is listed in the Automotive Performance Racing & Sports Car Equipment category in Sauk Rapids, Minnesota. Displayed below is the only current social network for Affordable Chassis which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Affordable Chassis on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 59.

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1120 4th Ave S
Sauk Rapids, MN 56379
(320) 253-1069

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Affordable Chassis has an overall ZapScore of 59. This means that Affordable Chassis has a higher ZapScore than 59% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Sauk Rapids, Minnesota is 39 and in the Automotive Performance Racing & Sports Car Equipment category is 41. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Affordable Chassis/Rapid Performance Auto Parts, Inc. shared Dirt Race Central's video.
Tim Johnson and Dave Mass put on another one of their many fantastic finishes over the years in the WISSOTA Super Stocks tonight at KRA Speedway and Mass wasn't even in his own car, tuning up the Roger Host Super Stock. Video brought to you by Shocks by Hammer-Brian Diede Dave Mass Racing Tim Johnson 1JR Racing

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Affordable Chassis/Rapid Performance Auto Parts, Inc. shared Proctor Speedway's post.
SABRASKI SCORES TWICE AT PROCTOR SPEEDWAY RACES By Jerry O'Brien 6-16-17 Proctor, MN For only the fourth time in the 2017 racing season, the Proctor Speedway was able to get a racing program completed. Since it was only the fourth race in ten scheduled this season, all lost to bad weather, special added events had began piling up. Besides the weekly six class program, the second of two visits by the ABC Raceway Six Cylinder class was scheduled, and to top it off it was Kids Meet The Drivers night. Car count topped the triple digits with 102 cars on hand and, the fan count was most likely one of the biggest for a South St. Louis County Speedway Fair race. After qualifying races were completed, the first of seven feature events, 20 laps for the WISSOTA PolyDome Dirt Track Series Super Stocks. Leading the charge to the green flag was local drivers Ronnie Malecki and six time and defending track champion Scott Lawrence, both from Superior. The race got off to a bad start when Dan yrjanson spun in turn one. The next try was good and Lawrence took the lead with Malecki falling in behind. Lawrence and Malecki ran first and second for several laps but it was second heat winner Shane Sabraski in his first time at the speedway who was on the move his seventh starting spot. Very early on he eased his way into third and positioned himself for a run at the leaders. His chance came five laps in when the second caution flag flew for an Adam Shinn spin in turn three. Sabraski took advantage on the restart and vaulted past Malecki and Lawrence into the lead. The caution flag flew during that lap when Brian Carl slipped off turn three. Lawrence regained the lead but it just delayed the inevitable as Sabraski made the pass again and was never challenged the rest of the way despite three more caution flags for the sweep on his first visit. During the rest of the event, most of the drama occurred outside the top three. Kevin Burdick made his way to third past Malecki and hounded Lawrence for second until there was contact that spun Lawrence at the exit of turn four which brought out caution number five. Lawrence waas restored to second and Burdick was sent to the tail of the field. During the middle of the event several drivers ran strong laps including Jim Campbell, Willie Johnsen, Jr, Andy LaBarge, Keith Koski and several others. There were no more caution flags during the final seven laps and Sabraski maintained a good margin on Lawrence to take the win. Malecki, Tristan LaBarge from 12th and Kyle Oman from 10th were the top five. Josh Heavirland started the 15 lap Midwest Modified feature from the pole and never gave an inch, despite five caution flags, to win his first career feature. Brandon Copp, Deven VanHouse, Tyler Vernon and Dan Kingsley battled for position, but the first caution flew after the first lap when Loren Inman in his first race back, sailed off the first turn exit, across the access road and into the barrier berm. Racing resumed and the next lap Gunnar Peterson spun at the bottom of turn two. Heavirland had strong restarts and held onto the top spot. VanHouse, Copp, Kingsley and Vernon continued to battle in a great battle until another caution flag flew for car parts on the track. With ten laps to go, yet another caution flew when Junior Anderson who was making his first appearance of the season, spun in turn four. Heavirland continued to be the class of the field with VanHouse trying in vain to find a way by. Meanwhile, the always dangerous Jason Vandekamp was making his way forward working his way through the heavy traffic to hound VanHouse for the second spot. With two laps remaining and the white flag about to wave, rookie driver Midwest Modified driver Carter Nelson spun in turn two setting up two green flag laps before the white. Despite Vandekamp's best efforts, Heavirland was able to fend him off for his first career win. VanHouse, Kingsley and Copp finished in the top five. Brady Jokinen and Vandekamp were the heat winners. A dozen Late Models were next for their 25 lap feature with veteran Tim McMann leading the field to the green flag. McMann proved to be strong in the early going despite a debris call that brought out the yellow on the first lap. McMann continued to lead with front row mate Zach Wohlers chasing him along with Kyle Peterlin, Terry Lillo, Darrell Nelson and Aaron Lillo. Peterlin took over the second spot and chased McMann for several laps but the wily veteran was able to thwart Peterlin's attempts. Peterlin finally got the run he was looking for and eased by into the lead. The front runners were Peterlin, McMann, Wohlers and Nelson with Harry Hanson battling with the Lillo's for fifth. With seven laps remaining, Nelson finally got by Wohlers to third. With five laps left, the front runners began to work some traffic, but all made it through as Peterlin won his first feature of the season at the speedway. Next up were the WISSOTA Modifieds and Danny Vang took the early lead in the 20 lap event with Neil Balduc got past vang on the second circuit as Johnny Broking, Jeffery Lien, Jr, Jody Bellefeuille, Paul Wrazidlo and Shane Sabraski all battled for position. The first of two caution flags flew when Jeff Broking slid off the top of turn three. The restart came with 15 laps to go and Balduc kept the lead over Lein, Jr, Vang, Bellefeuille and Lein, Jr. Sabraski was quickly moving forward to second ahead of Nelson and Wrazidlo. The second caution flag appeared when Donnie Lofdahl went off the top of turn two. Balduc retained the point on the restaart with Sabraski in his tire tracks. Bellefeuille moved to third ahead of Nelson, and the next time by grabbed the lead which he kept to the checkered flag. Balduc was in a battle with Bellefeuille for second while Nelson skirmished with Vang and Wrazidlo. Sabraski went on to take the win, his second feature of the night. Bellefeuille, Balduc, Nelson and Vang weere the top five finishers. The Pure Stocks were set for their main event as Andy Poll led the 17 car field to the green. Cory Jorgenson wasted no time taking the lead with Matt Cunha, Andrew Hanson and Mike Blevins sailed by Poll. Cunha also wasted little time taking the lead but, the next time by the caution flew when Randy Graham spun in turn one collection Aaron Bernick and Brett Leino. Cunha stayed out front on the green with Hanson second, Blevins third, Jorgenson fourth and Al Rapp fifth. Lurking just outside the top five were Kyle Copp, Dylan Shelton and Chad Nikstad. At the half way mark the order was the same, but Blevins began to make his move getting by Hanson to second behind Cunha who is his brother. Try as he might, Cunha could not hold off Blevins, and, with four laps left, got around him to lead the rest of the way for his fourth win in four tries. Cunha, Hanson, Jorgenson and Copp finished top five. It was the defending WISSOTA Pure Stock champion's 13th feature win of the season. The WISSOTA Hornets, the entry level four cylinder cars, turned out 18 strong. Jake Smith held off Brittany Smith for the win in the 10 lap main event. It was a sweep fro Jake Smith and Brittany Smith won the other heat. Derek Ament, Tate Niehaus, Wally Ament and Rick Hietala finished in the top five. The ABC Raceway Six Cylinder cars had only five show as some of the others had various troubles the night before and were not able to attend. It was the Randy Graham show again as he has now won the feature in both the appearances by the unique race cars that are powered by straight six cylinder engines. Bella Bretting and Josh Sanders along with Paige Vernon who waa driving brother Tyler's car were the top four in the ten lap main event. Dalton Truchon's number 62 suffered mechanical problems and did not finish. Coming up next weekend is the Northern Super Stock Challlenge, three races starting at AMSOIL Speedway on Friday, then moves to ABC Raceway on Saturday and finishes up on Sunday at the Proctor Speedway.

Affordable Chassis/Rapid Performance Auto Parts, Inc. shared Granite City Speedway's event.
Sunday August 6, join us as the best Super Stock drivers battle for the top prize. Super Stocks will be battling for the $1,500 first place prize. WISSOTA Modifieds, Midwest Modifieds, Street Stocks, Mod 4s, and Hornets will also be running. Pit Gates at 3pm, Grandstand Gates open at 4:30pm and the action starts at 6pm.
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