Pro Shocks Shock of the Week
This Week's Big Surprise in Short Track Racing
As Decided by the Staff of Speed51.com

Every week, our esteemed panel at Speed51.com will determine the most improbable, fascinating or "shocking" moment from the week and award the Pro Shocks "Shock of the Week."  The winner each week will receive a product gift certificate from Pro Shocks, the leader in short track shock technology and performance.  At the end of the season, the most "shocking" moment will be awarded the "Shock of the Year" and the winning driver will receive a special gift from Pro Shocks.

For this week's "Shock of the Week..."
Nobody is shocked, or even the least bit surprised, that Jimmy Blewett won the SK Modified championship during the 43rd Annual World Series of Short Track Racing at New Smyrna Speedway (FL).

What is shocking though is the fact that Blewett went undefeated at New Smyrna this year to nab that title.  Not Bobby Grigas, Kenny Horton, Frank Ruocco, mechanical failure or just plain old bad luck could keep Blewett from being perfect during the week.

For that, our panel of experts voted Blewett's performance as the Pro Shocks' Shocker of the Week.

Also scoring votes from our panel were James Buescher's ARCA victory at Daytona, Patrick Laperle's three-in-a-row breakout performance in the Crate Late Models at New Smyrna and 13-year-old Stephen Nasse's victory in the Crate Late Models at New Smyrna.

For his “Shock” of a performance, Blewett will receive a product gift certificate from Pro Shocks, the short-track leader in racing shock technology and performance.  Based in Lawrenceville, Georgia, Pro Shocks has helped drivers on both dirt and asphalt perform better for more than 25 years.

Pro Shocks is proud to have the largest and most knowledgeable technical staff in the racing shock industry. For more information about Pro Shocks, log onto www.proshocks.com or call 770-995-6300.



Jimmy Blewett - #12 TS Haulers SK Modified
Pro Shocks "Shock of the Week"
Jim Dupont Photo
Pro Shocks "Shock of the Week"