PR by Reid VanEck - April 8, 2014
After a long and cold Minnesota winter, spring time has arrived at last and the 2014 season will commence this Saturday for Craig Dollansky and the Big Game Treestands #7 team. The team plans to travel to Burlington, Iowa and compete against the MOWA Sprint Series at 34 Raceway, a tight 3/8-mile bullring where ‘The Crowd Pleaser’ put on a dominating performance capturing the victory in his most recent visit to the facility with the World of Outlaws last June.
“It’s been a long winter and I’m chomping at the bit to get racing,” commented Dollansky. “I feel real good about the great job that Scott Vogelsong and Brian Kemenah have done getting this race team prepared. Burlington is a nice little race track and they work hard preparing a good track to race on so I’m looking forward to going back to that track.”
The #7 team will then prepare for opening night at Knoxville Raceway as the Lucas Oil Championship Cup Series roars to the green flag on April 19th. From the short track of 34 Raceway to the big half-mile of Knoxville Raceway, the contrast is quite different but a good early season transition that has Dollansky eager to begin the season.
“I enjoy the half-miles and the change of track size, I feel our team is going to be very well prepared and ready to go to work and get a handle on our cars and get after it,” explained the Elk River, Minnesota native.