INSSA Completes Successful Second Race


Source: AJB Motorsports Marketing
Date: May 17, 2006

 (Spokane, WA) - The Inland Northwest Super Stock Association (INSSA) ran its second race of the young 2006 season in front of a packed house at the Stateline Speedway in Post Falls, Idaho this past Saturday night. The evening enjoyed terrific weather and went off without incident with Dan Garber having a very successful outing.

Garber and the #95 Garber Racing team, a mainstay in the Inland Northwest racing community, set fast time in qualifying with a 13.51 second lap. He was followed by brother Dave Garber in the Poker Run Magazine, Drew Marine Racing Engines #93, Jeff Fenton in the #27 Physical Therapy Associates, Steelhead Bar and Grill Chevrolet, and Rookie of the Year contender Tony Berry in the #53 Idaho Army National Guard, Race Car Supply Chevrolet rounding out the fastest four.

The B-trophy dash saw the four cars of Jeff Little, John Mandere, Ross Cooper, and Jack Morse. The four-lap race had a spirited battle with Little in the #10 Little's Tire and Alignment, Wood's Paving Pontiac picking up the win and visiting the Hooter's Girls in Victory Lane. The A-trophy dash saw first time dash participant Berry pick up the win after a side by side duel with Fenton.

The INSSA series awards points for Heat Race action, placing an emphasis on these events. In the B-heat construction mogul John Mandere took his new #25 Chevrolet to the front and captured the win in the 10-lap event. The A-heat race saw the Zips Restaurants #41 of Andy Brown pick up the maximum amount of points.

In the main event of the evening there was a 10-car invert, putting fast time Dan Garber the outside of row five. Winner of the B-trophy Dash, Jeff Little, started on the pole and was unchallenged until lap 63 when Dan Garber was able to make a run on the leader. Garber never looked back en route to his first victory on the year. He was followed by brother Dave Garber and Little rounded out the top 3 with his first podium finish. The 100-lap race was slowed by four cautions and had seven cars on the lead lap.

“This series is so competitive and with the big inverts every week, it makes it pretty difficult to win one of these. I am glad that we could come out tonight, stay out of trouble, and put our car up front,” said race winner Garber.

The next race for the INSSA series is May 27th at the Stateline Speedway in Post Falls, Idaho. For more information on INSSA visit or contact AJB Motorsports Marketing @ 800.336.2682

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