Jack Dover was able to use a string of strong finishes at I-80 Speedway in Greenwood, Nebraska over the weekend to lock up his third Speedway Motors ASCS Midwest points championship. Dover won the Friday night feature at the Fall Brawl where he started on the outside pole. At the the start of the feature event he fell back to fourth spot but charged back to the lead on the 2nd lap.
From there Dover ran away for the win and a $2,500 payday as he held off Jason Johnson in second and Brian Brown who came home third. In Saturday night’s feature Dover finished in the third spot as Jason Johnson won the feature event and Brian Brown finished in the runner-up spot. He also won Saturday’s King of the Hill match race at I-80 Speedway and nice $500 check. Jack Dover won his third title by 128 points over Jordan Boston. Ryan Roberts finished third in points as Stu Snyder finished fourth and Gage Dorr rounded out the top-five.
Jack Dover’s strong 2012 season came with the help of AFCO shocks custom built by Speedway Motors’ Suspension Service. Dover made the switch to AFCO shocks mid-season and said he noticed an immediate difference. He spoke about his decision saying, “I would like to thank in a big way Speedway Motors and their AFCO shock program. It has made it 10 times easier to drive the car.” For more information on Jack Dover fans can visit www.jackdoverracing.com. Also, fans and racers can visit www.speedwaymotors.com to check out their great line of AFCO shocks and other great racing products.
Speedway Motors Suspension Service department is just one of the many way that racers can get an advantage on the competition at Speedway Motors. Speedway Motors continues to be “America’s Oldest Speed Shop” where racers have turned to for over 60 years.