Tony Stewart scored the eighth victory of the NASCAR Nationwide Series this season for Joe Gibbs Racing, and became the 22nd different winner in 22 Nationwide Series races at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
The technologically advanced SPICER Chassis products not only propelled Stewart to victory at Saturday’s Camping World RV Sales 200, they also provided fellow JGR teammate Kyle Busch with third place. Finishing in second was Denny Hamlin, running in Braun Racing’s No. 32 Toyota. The No. 20 JGR Toyota has given four different drivers wins this year in the Nationwide Series Stewart on five occasions, and Busch, Hamlin and rookie Joey Logano one each.
Stewart praised crew chief Dave Rogers with the consistently excellent performance of the No. 20 Toyota Camry.
“There’ve been four drivers to win in this car, so it’s not the drivers that’s for sure,” Stewart said. “We’re the fortunate ones to be able to drive this thing.”
JGR began using SPICER Chassis products at the beginning of the 2007 racing season. Drivers like Stewart, Hamlin and Busch rely on SPICER Chassis racing ball joints and tie rod ends that utilize the latest technology and offer lower friction and superior performance. The upper and lower ball joints are available in ½-inch short and ½-inch long specifications to provide flexibility from track to track.
SPICER Professional Grade chassis parts are manufactured by Affinia Under Vehicle Group of McHenry, IL, a global supplier of top quality automotive components for under vehicle applications. The SPICER Chassis product line is the most extensive on the market and includes tie rod ends, ball joints, idler arms and alignment products for both domestic and foreign vehicles. Affinia Under Vehicle Group is part of Affinia Group Inc.
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