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The TrakPower ChiTown Shootout in Joliet, Illinois, proved to be a shrewd investment for Team Durango. They flew in drivers Travis Amezcua and Carson Wernimont looking for a few more wins. Travis and Carson delivered wins in full on track and spent their off-track time passing along help and setup tips to other drivers. Teenage driving sensation Carson Wernimont competed hard to mixed results. He qualified a promising second in 4WD Modified Buggy, but ran into lap-traffic woes in the main event and finished out of the money. True to form, he bounced back and won in Modified 2WD Truck driving his DEST210, finishing almost a full lap ahead of the pack. In 2WD Modified Buggy, he ran hard and finished with a podium second behind teammate Amezcua. Amezcua, a 2-year veteran of Team Durango, TQ’d the 4WD Modified Buggy Class, providing spectators with a preview of the A Main to come. He started the race in pole position and never looked back, finishing nearly three-quarters of a lap ahead of the nearest competitor. He switched from his DEX410 to his DEX210 for the 2WD event, using a fourth place start on the grid as a launch pad for a runaway win at the finish. Both drivers also competed in 6-lap “Dash For Cash” events, where Amezcua emerged with first-place finishes in two of the three contests.
TDRC0010 Team Durango DEX210 2WD EP Buggy Kit
TDRC0120 Team Durango DEX410V3 4WD EP Buggy Kit
TDRC0020 Team Durango DEST410 2WD EP Stadium Truck