Quicksilver CT Engines Take Top Of The Podium Again In Camden

The Quicksilver crew was quick to report drivers with Quicksilver CT engines finished at the top of the podium at Camden Speedway in Tennessee last weekend. Camden Speedway is a 3/8 mile clay oval in Camden, Tennessee, and a frequent host of the Quicksilver Stock Car Series.

The wide banks of Camden Speedway made for an ultra-competitive race that wasn’t over until well past midnight in the rain.  T.J. Herndon took first place with a car powered by a Quicksilver 383CT engine.  Herndon held off car #20, driven by Michael Kirby, powered by a custom, performance-built engine from a local engine builder that owns a well-known machine shop.

T. J. Herndon.

The win keeps Herndon at the top of the overall points standings in the series, with nine of 11 races completed in the Quicksilver Street Stock Performance Series. 

Quicksilver representatives are quick to point out “drivers using Quicksilver CT engines and Quicksilver Performance Racing Oil have experienced no engine failures during the 2019 season.”

Joel Landers.

According to Quicksilver’s Mike Horak, “Drivers with Quicksilver engines enjoy more track time and fewer engine rebuilds using the fair, fun, and ‘fordable Quicksilver CT engines compared to other crate or even custom engines.”

We suspect the Quicksilver crew will continue to drop these “F-words” (fair, fun, and ‘fordable) beyond the end of this season.

Currently, the top 3 points leaders are all using the Quicksilver CT engines, with either one of the drivers poised to take the points championship. With only two races left to battle out the season points lead, a Champion will be crowned at the upcoming Fall Brawl at Clarksville Speedway on Oct 11, 2019.

Tony Cruse.

The top three drivers in the series are T.J. Herndon (595 points), Joel Landers (578 points), and Tony Cruse (531 points).

Horak also assured us “Quicksilver 357CT and 383 CT engines are in stock and ready to rock to finish out 2019 and take more drivers to the podium in 2020.”

For more information on Quicksilver’s line of circle track crate engines, visit them online at www.quicksilver-products.com.

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Bobby Kimbrough

Bobby grew up in the heart of Illinois, becoming an avid dirt track race fan which has developed into a life long passion. Taking a break from the Midwest dirt tracks to fight evil doers in the world, he completed a full 21 year career in the Marine Corps.
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