The Nuts and Bolts of Adjusting Supermodified Ride Height
By Group R Motorsports owner Bob Bogwicz
If a super uses torsion bars to hold up the corners of the racecar, the race team uses an adjuster bolt to change ride height.
We talked about the importance of the ride height of a race car and how it affects suspension geometry and overall handling.
For this weeks pit-side chat, we are going to discuss the ways that ride height is adjusted on the supermodifieds that hit the pavement at Oswego Speedway.
On today’s supermodified, ride height can be adjusted in one of two manners: the coil-over adjuster nut or the torsion bar adjuster bolt. Continue reading Supermodified Tech: How to Adjust Ride Height
Dave Shullick, Jr. Takes Thompson World Series Win, Clinches First ISMA Title
By Carol D Haynes
““I had hoped we could get a win here today. We had a really good car. I knew we’d be tough if we were there at the end. This really caps off a great season.”
Dave Shullick, Jr.
Thompson, CT – October 19, 2015…On Sunday, at the Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park World Series of Racing, Dave Shullick, Jr. charged through the field of 25 to take the ISMA 50-lapper and more importantly, the 2015 Owner-Driver championship. In his first full season in ISMA “Shoe II” became the first Ohio driver to claim the title.
At the beginning of the 2015 ISMA season, Dave Shullick Jr. had a set goal, to try for an ISMA championship. He had won the Midwest Supermodified Association (MSA) title and had many wins. When he had run sporadic ISMA events in the past, he’d won on that circuit too. This year the Bodnar-Shullick team chose to run a full schedule with their eye on the championship.
Shullick reflected on his successful season and what it all meant. Continue reading ISMA Championship to Ohio with Shullick, Jr., Bodnar