2012 PRI Booth #2163

A GREAT 2012 SEASON!

XS Power experienced a tremendous 2012 season with multiple wins and records in NASCAR, ARCA, NHRA, ADRL, IHRA, World of Outlaws, SCCA, and more with the full line of 12V, 14V, and 16V batteries. If it had wheels, raced, and needed power XS Power experienced success in it in 2012. We would like to thank you all for a great 2012 and invite you to stop by the PRI booth (2163) to talk about 2012 and look forward to raising the bar in 2013.PRI-25th-logo-black

At the Top in NHRA Pro-Stock

Going into the final two races of the NHRA Pro Stock season 2 out of 3 top drivers in the points standings put their trust in XS Power Batteries to power them to the Championship. With 9 wins this season XS Power has had a great season so far, and there is still some room for a few more trophies to be put on the shelf this season. Best of luck to all the teams and drivers going into the final two races of the year!

Cagnazzi COPO Camaro

Dave Connoly and Cagnazzi Racing did a little testing at Rockingham in their new COPO Camaro. Check them out at the 2012 US Nationals.

 

Watch the run here: Cagnazzi 2012 COPO Camaro

 

Legal Stock Weight

100% stock LS7 from GM

ECU FAST XFI and XIM combo tuned by Brian Macy Horsepower Connection.com

suspension tuning by Victor Cagnazzi and Dave Connolly

Driver Dave Connolly

 


Enders Goes Back-2-Back

Erica Enders stormed to her second consecutive Pro Stock victory, and third of her increasingly stellar season, by winning the Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals at Brainerd International Raceway on Sunday.That follows her historic victory in Chicago on July 1, when she became the first woman to win in the ultra-competitive Pro Stock class, and her win in Seattle on Aug. 5 when she and Courtney Force became the first duo of women to win the same national event. Plus, Sunday’s victory was a first in an NHRA national event at Brainerd for a woman since legendary Shirley Muldowney won here in Top Fuel in 1986.

“That is really special,” Enders said. “Shirley is a hero of mine, and she’s done so much for this sport and especially for the females in it.To do what we did in Seattle with Courtney and myself and to make that history, and then to come here and do back-to-back, it’s unbelievable. It blows my mind.”

Enders has now won three of the last six Pro Stock races, firmly placing her name among the contenders for the 2012 championship.

“It’s already surreal for me,” Enders, 28, said. “I’m so blessed to be in this position. I know that, and I know how quickly it can disappear. It’s a dream come true for me, and finally, after all the hard work, sweat, tears, it’s nice to be with such a great team and have the chance to chase the championship. I’m excited about it. I think we’ve got as good a shot as anybody. I’d certainly put my money on us.”

Her GK Motorsports team, led by car owner Victor Cagnazzi and crew chiefs Dave Connolly and Tommy Utt, has worked to improve the performance of Enders’ Chevrolet Cobalt in recent months.

Enders’ recent streak – which also includes track elapsed-time records in Sonoma and Brainerd – is proof of the hard work.

 

XS Power is Proud to be a sponsor of Erica Enders and Caganazzi Motorsports.

Enders With Another Wally!

Erica Enders took homer her second Wally of the year in a dominating fashion Sunday in Seattle. Erica drove the GK Motorsports Chevy Cobra past three of the best en route to her win. She took out Greg Anderson in the quarterfinals, Allen Johnson in the semifinals, and the reigning Pro Stock world champion Jason Line in the final round to bring home another victory for Cagnazzi Motorsports.

“I’m so proud of my guys because they won this race today,” Enders said. “They gave me a great car for me to drive, and we drove it right to the winner’s circle. I’m honored to be their driver, and hopefully we can get a few more wins before the season is over. If we can position ourselves well before the Countdown begins, this is a good time to be starting to gain momentum. Beating those guys [Greg Anderson, Allen Johnson, and Jason Line] is something else because they’ve always been on the top of my list, guys that I’ve looked up to my entire life. Allen and Pam are very good friends of mine. I knew that [Allen] wanted to sweep [the Western Swing], but I told him I was going to take that dagum broom out of his hand, and he wasn’t leaving here with it. I’m just very proud to do it for Gaston Kirby and the team.”

With the win, Enders clinched her spot in the Countdown to the Championship, NHRA’s playoffs that start in Charlotte, Sept. 14-16.

 

For the first time in NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series history, two female drivers claimed Wally trophies at the same event. Courtney Force powered her Traxxas Ford Mustang Funny Car to the winner’s circle for the first time in her career, and Erica Enders earned her second career Pro Stock victory in her GK Racing Chevy Cobalt at the O’Reilly Auto Parts NHRA Northwest Nationals presented by Super Start Batteries at Pacific Raceways.

“To have both me and Erica in the winner’s circle is awesome,” Force said. “We’re not just out here to race the boys, we’re here to beat the boys and today just proves that.”

Kurt Busch Qualifies in NHRA Pro Stock Debut

NASCAR Cup Champion Kurt Busch qualified for his NHRA Pro Stock debut this past weekend in Gainesville. Kurt ran a 6.532 seconds (211.46 mph) run to qualify into the field. Saturday he faced the 5th quick qualifier and lost by only .0311 of a second. You can find more info on Kurt’s Pro Stock Debut here.