Eco-Friendly LiFePO4 Batteries for Powersports

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We’ve all heard of Lithium-Ion Batteries, they had become industry standard for anything electrical and motorized. Before the LiCoCO2 battery, Lead Acid batteries were the staple but were noted for their environmental toxicity and unreliability. But Lithium-Ion's superior performance came at a cost as well, they are also not environmentally friendly. Recently, Lithium-Ion batteries have become surpassed by LiFePO4 Lithium Iron Phosphate batteries which allows cars, trucks, and ATVs to utilize a much more efficient and reliable energy in accordance with the new and improved automotive advances and regulations. Moreover, powersports are particularly impacted by the need for a better source of power. Due to the Covid-19 restrictions, quarantine lifestyle helped to escalate sales in...

March 10, 2021
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Al-Balooshi Dominates Orlando World Doorslammer Nationals

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Drag racing fans gathered at Orlando Speed World Dragway over the weekend for the second annual CTech Manufacturing World Doorslammer Nationals presented by JEGS. The popular event attracts the stars of Pro Stock and Pro Mod to the Sunshine State to compete for $75,000-to-win in Pro Stock and $50,000-to-win in Pro Mod, and $15,000-to-win in $hameless Racing Pro 632. In addition to those star-studded fields, heavy hitters competed in Comp Eliminator, Ray Skillman Auto Group Factory Shootout, Top Sportsman and Strange Engineering Stock/Super Stock divisions. In lieu of a qualifying ladder, drivers in both Pro Mod and Pro Stock drew chips to determine pairings for Round One eliminations and continued the draw process to select head-to-head competitors before each subsequent round. Pro...

March 8, 2021
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Bluegreen Vacations Duels Set Field for Daytona 500

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It was a muggy night as NASCAR Cup Series teams prepared their cars to complete in the legendary Bluegreen Vacations Duels to determine Sunday’s starting positions 3 thru 40 for the 63rd annual Daytona 500. NASCAR traditionally splits qualifying into two parts that included one-lap qualifying run for the front row (this year) and two 150-mile sprint races known as the Daytona Duels. Qualifying for the “Great American Race” held earlier in the week set the front row with Alex Bowman earning the pole with his Hendrick Motorsports teammate William Bryon alongside. Although the majority of the field are locked-in to the 500 based on qualifying times, eight teams entered the Duels fighting for the final four spots in the 40-car field. Duel #1 at Daytona International...

February 12, 2021
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Busch Wins the Busch Clash at Daytona

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Tuesday night at Daytona, Kyle Busch claimed his first win of 2021 at the Busch Clash. Always a fan favorite, Rowdy passed the 2020 NASCAR Cup champion Chase Elliott coming out of the chicane just yards before the finish line. Ryan Blaney had chased down the number 9 of Elliott on previous lap to take the lead with only two laps remaining in the 35-lap precursor to the season opening Daytona 500. Elliott entered the Clash having won the last four NASCAR Cup road races and wasn’t going to let Blaney just pull away. With Kyle Busch moving himself up to third, Elliott dove under Blaney going into the chicane for one final chance at the win but an overly aggressive move midway through the chicane took both drivers out of contention when the two made contact and Blaney spun into the...

February 10, 2021
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Chasing Neon Dreams for Seventy NHRA Seasons

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“Take it to the bank.… John Force will be back in 2021.” Last season NHRA president Glen Cromwell sent a message to racing fans when he made the above comment to Steven Cole Smith in an interview for Autoweek. Now five months later, race fans might be wondering if the National Hot Rod Association is chasing a neon dream for the sanctioning body’s 70th Anniversary. After all, John Force will be 72 years old in 2021 and the coronavirus pandemic is still raging. Although the Godfather of Nitro is eligible for an early round COVID vaccination, will it be possible for the Camping World Drag Racing Series to make it through the 2021 schedule in a way that allows the sport’s winningest driver to meet sponsorship requirements for the John Force Racing? No doubt...

January 29, 2021
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NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series for 2021

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National Hot Rod Association has announced an ambitious 22-race schedule for the 2021 world championship of drag racing. Beginning its 70th season as the sport’s premier sanctioning body, NHRA welcomes a new sponsor in Camping World and will bring back the Countdown to the Championship format for the upcoming year. For the first time in drag racing history, the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series will kick off the new season at the 52nd annual Gatornationals on March 12-14 at Gainesville Raceway in Florida. As COVID-19 restrictions are lifted during the 2021 racing season, fans will experience special treats and features as the NHRA tour celebrates its seven decades of success. Although the COVID-19 pandemic took a heavy toll on the 2020 NHRA season, the series was able to...

January 18, 2021
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E3 Spark Plugs Pro Mod Schedule for 2021

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As race fans know too well, the COVID-19 pandemic took a heavy toll on the 2020 E3 Spark Plugs Pro Mod schedule. Thanks to officials at the National Hot Road Association, all of the series’ event sponsors, all of the competing race teams and drivers, and the loyal Pro Mod fans, Steve “Fast” Jackson eventually had an opportunity to win consecutive Pro Mod world championships. Jackson defeated points leader Brandon Snider in a heads-up quarter-final round at the Dodge NHRA Finals hosted by The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway to claim the title. Featuring the world’s fastest and most unique doorslammer race cars, the NHRA E3 Spark Plugs Pro Mod Drag Racing Series presented by J&A Service offers something for every kind of hot-rodding enthusiast. The growing...

January 18, 2021
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Chase Elliott Wins 2020 NASCAR Cup Series Championship

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It may not have been the most exciting race of the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series, but it was a nail-bitter from the drop of the green flag. In fact, before the flag fell, Chase Elliott got his first piece of bad news. His Rick Hendrick-prepared Chevrolet failed two pre-race inspections, which sent the 24-year old son of Hall of Fame driver, Bill Elliott, to the rear of the 39-car field for the final race of season at Phoenix Raceway on Sunday. But, crew chief Alan Gustafson, who was also looking for his first NASCAR Cup Championship, settled his young driver and the team went to work. By the end of Stage 1, Elliott had worked his way to third place. Then, the kid from Dawsonville, GA, moved up to second by the end of Stage 2. He methodically moved the NAPA Auto Parts Chevrolet to the lead...

November 9, 2020
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Erica Enders and Angie Smith Cap 2020 Season with a Wally

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While winning a NHRA Camping World event is a perfect way to cap off any season, Erica Enders came to the Dodge NHRA Finals at The Strip in Las Vegas looking to clinch a fourth Pro Stock world championship. On the other hand, Angie Smith came to Las Vegas Motor Speedway trying to win her way to the final elimination round with hopes of claiming a Wally against her husband, Matt Smith, who was trying to clinch his fourth NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series world championship in Pro Stock Motorcycle. Driving the Melling Performance/Elite Performance Camaro, Enders won the Pro Stock championship after her first-round win at the 20th annual Dodge NHRA Finals at The Strip. Conversely, as a member of the DENSO 200-mph Club, no one in Pro Stock Motorcycle takes Angie Smith for granted, and...

November 3, 2020
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Antron Brown Wins Top Fuel at Dodge NHRA Finals

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After Saturday’s qualifying rounds for the Dodge NHRA Finals, it looked as though Sunday’s final could easily be an East-Texas shootout in the middle of the Nevada desert. Billy Torrence, the elder and often faster of the CAPCO Contractors Racing Team, had claimed the Number One qualifier position after posting a 3.728 ET at 325.3 mph. His son Steve had to settle for second spot with a faster speed of 330.39 mph and a slower 3.731 elapsed time. Billy Torrence eliminated Cameron Ferré in Round One with 3.796 ET at 324.67 mph to earn a bye that moved him directly into the semi-finals. Don Schumacher Racing saw Antron Brown advance to the quarter-final after defeating Tony Schumacher, his teammate who won his 85th Top Fuel Wally at the most recent event at Baytown, TX....

November 2, 2020
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