Forgeline Customers Impress at Goodguys Autocross

Forgeline customers continue to dominate the CPP AutoCross Series results at Goodguys Rod and Custom Association races, with more wins accumulating in the three most recent events, the 18th BASF Nashville Nationals in Nashville, TN, the 1st Grundy Insurance Mid-Atlantic Nationals in Dover, DE, and the 33rd Speedway Motors Heartland National in Des Moines, IA.

In Nashville, the Goodguys CPP AutoCross Series took over one end of the speedway infield and used a portion of the Nashville Superspeedway road course to create a longer course with more elevation change, relative to the usual shorter parking lot courses. The new course format presented some new challenges to the field, but when the dust finally settled, the winners circle was once again filled with Forgeline customers.

Weekend winners included Josh Leisinger in the Speedtech Performance PRO-X class with his 1964 Chevrolet Corvette on Forgeline one piece forged monoblock GS1R wheels, Joe Gregory in the Summit Racing PRO class with his 1964 Chevrolet Corvette on Forgeline one piece forged monoblock GS1R wheels, Brian Coney in the PRO class Shootout with his 1969 Chevrolet Camaro on Forgeline forged three piece GA3R Open Lug wheels, Andrew Chenoweth in the Forgeline Street Machine class with his 1984 Chevrolet Corvette on Forgeline one piece forged monoblock GS1R wheels, and Brian Finch in the No Limit Engineering Truck class with his 1970 Chevrolet C10 on Forgeline forged three piece CV3C wheels. Forgeline's own Dave Schardt even made it onto the podium, driving the famous 1970 FN Camaro on a fresh set of Forgeline forged three piece GF3 Open Lug wheels.

In Dover, the Goodguys CPP AutoCross Series returned to a speedway, this time at the Dover Motor Speedway, where a tight course was laid out in Turn Three and raced by more than two dozen competitors, culminating in Saturday’s Duel in Dover Shootout.

Winners in Dover included Chris Smith who won both the Summit Racing PRO class and the PRO class Shootout with his "Angry Smurf" 1970 Chevrolet Camaro on Forgeline forged three piece AL305 wheels and Angela Payne who won both the Forgeline Street Machine class and Street Machine class Shootout with her 1969 Chevrolet Corvette on Forgeline forged three piece CF3C wheels.

Over the July 4 weekend, Andrew Chenoweth backed up his Nashville performance with yet another win, this time winning the Forgeline Street Machine class at the 33rd Speedway Motors Heartland National in Des Moines, IA with his 1984 Chevrolet Corvette on Forgeline one piece forged monoblock GS1R wheels.

Congrats to all of these Goodguys winners from Nashville, Dover, and Des Moines, and thank you for the trust that you’ve placed in Forgeline!

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