Spicer Chassis Helps Tony Stewart 'Blow 'em Away' in the Windy City

Spicer Chassis Helps Tony Stewart ‘Blow ’em Away’ in the Windy City

This past Sunday at Chicagoland, Tony Stewart drove to his first victory of the 2007 season on Spicer Chassis parts - crossing the finish line just 1.727 seconds ahead of second-place Matt Kenseth. Stewart said that Sunday was a "text book day" for his team and was overjoyed with the victory.

This past Sunday at Chicagoland, Tony Stewart drove to his first victory of the 2007 season on Spicer Chassis parts — crossing the finish line just 1.727 seconds ahead of second-place Matt Kenseth.

Stewart said that Sunday was a “text book day” for his team and was overjoyed with the victory. Starting back at 19th made little difference, as Stewart quickly made his way into the top ten and then into the top three. “Once we got in the top-three I felt in my head that we had a shot at winning the race.”

Stewart’s intuitions were as formidable as his Spicer ball joints, idler arms and tie rod ends. This victory is Stewart’s 30th in 303 races and second at Chicagoland Speedway. Unofficially, Stewart is ranked sixth in NEXTEL Cup Series championship standings, 44 behind fifth-place Carl Edwards.

While you won’t find the custom parts that helped make Stewart a two-time Chicagoland champion, a full listing of Aftermarket Spicer chassis part numbers can be found by calling on your local Spicer Chassis distributor or by using our new electronic catalog system — eSelect.

The new eSelect catalog system condenses the entire Spicer chassis parts catalog into one easy to use program that saves jobbers and technicians time by instantly finding part numbers for all Spicer Chassis Products. The synchronized web-based program resides on a hard drive and allows for immediate response. Updates are available for downloading on a monthly basis, so technicians and jobbers have access to the latest information.

For more information about Spicer Professional Grade chassis parts, visit www.spicerchassis.com.

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