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Entries for September 2015

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HAYWARD WINS DRAG WEEK 2015 WITH BAKER POWERED TWIN TURBO SMALL BLOCK FORD

Calvin Hayward won the SS Small Block division at Drag Week 2015 in his Baker Powered Mustang. Hayward knocked out 7.5 and 7.6-second runs throughout the week. His 7.6148-second average for Drag Week 2015 was the fourth-fastest of all cars!

To read more about Drag Week 2015 and check out the overall results, click here.

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NEISER SWEPT THE WEEKEND AT MERRITT RUNNING E-85

Congratulations to Rich Neiser and the entire Neiser Racing crew on their CHAMPIONSHIP WIN at the American Ethanol Late Model Series during Labor Day Weekend. His come from behind victory sealed the deal!

Neiser was also the Michigan Ethanol Cup Champion for running E-85 ethanol fuel and scoring the highest amount of points out of all drivers in Michigan running on ethanol fuel! This is the fourth year that Neiser has raced using E-85 in his Baker built engine.

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BAKER POWERS TOP THREE AT THE CHET

Baker Engines powered the top 3 cars in the Outlaw Late Model class at Berlin Raceway's big end of season event known as The Chet! Terry Senneker drove the #37 to victory lane, followed by brothers Tom Thomas and Scott Thomas! Congratulations to Terry and his entire crew! 

For more information on the chassis, visit Senneker Performance.

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RACING AWARENESS WINS TRACK CHAMPIONSHIP AT BERLIN

 Congratulations to Ben Welch and the entire Racing Awareness team for their Track Championship win at the Berlin Raceway in the modified division!

Ben Welch, a Coopersville High School student, won the track championship for Racing Awareness at Berlin Raceway on August 29, 2015! 

Baker Engineering powers all three Racing Awareness cars and is proud to support such a great cause. Every victory for the Racing Awareness team is a victory for the kids at Helen DeVos Childrens Hospital. 

Way to to, Ben!

 

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