BILSTEIN Podium Sweep at Crandon!

In another podium sweep performance BILSTEIN Pro2 racers win at Crandon

BILSTEIN racers hit the ground running at the hallowed race circuit known as Crandon International Raceway. CHAMP off-road round 7 and the Crandon World Championship race produced BILSTEIN winners in multiple classes, and another Pro2 podium sweep, piggy-backing off the LOORRS Podium sweep in August.

“Pumped to take P1 during qualifying today against a huge field of Pro 2’s at Crandon. The team is on point and we are ready to race later today!” Brooks foreshadowed.

CHAMP round 7 saw Pro2 BILSTEIN racers Jerett Brooks take the gold, Doug Mittag take the silver, and Keegan Kincaid round out the podium with the bronze. In the ProLite category, Cole Mamer took the win. “Solid race today! 2nd place finish after a 7th place start and fast lap of the race! 2 more races tomorrow! Looking for that W!” Mittag recalled.

“We were fortunate to come away with a 3rd in the first CHAMP Off Road points race of the weekend which put us back in the points lead going into the final weekend! Always a great time hanging with the world’s best fans! We will be back on top soon!” Kincaid concluded.

In the Crandon World Championship race Cole Mamer clinched a third place in ProLite, while Zach Syzmik piloted Ryan Beat’s BILSTEIN-equipped former truck to a win. “Today went great picked up 1st in Pro Lite after starting 6th due to inversion…We got on the podium at the biggest short course race in the world! Pro 2 vs Pro 4 cup race and we got 3rd!” Mamer exclaimed.

BILSTEIN title sponsor racer Ryan Beat battled through the adversity of engine failures throughout the weekend but kept a positive attitude. “Well after reflecting on the weekend I got to say I still had fun, You’re going to have a good weekend and bad weekends and even though this weekend wasn’t one of our best weekends I still enjoyed myself. After losing 2 motors between Thursday’s practice and Saturday’s race while running second we had to essentially hope for a miracle, but I wasn’t willing to throw in the towel or give up,” Beat explained.