Steeda Equipped Mustangs Win in NASA American Iron Competition

October 24, 2006 1:51 pm

All across the country, Steeda equipped Mustangs have enjoyed considerable success in NASA American Iron competition. The West Coast American Iron races have been very competitive all season long. Andy Bowman, running out of San Marcos with his Steeda equipped 1999 Cobra has earned one victory and has added a number of second and third place finishes and is locked in a battle for the American Iron West Championship.

Racing at Willow Springs, Button Willow and Infineon Raceway courses, where the 3-4 top cars were all 100th of a second apart in lap times the American Iron West competition is fierce. Steeda equipped racer, Bryan McMillan has been very competitive all season long. The Benica, California based Fox Body Mustang is always in the hunt and has earned a number of podium finishes this season.

Driving the winningest 2006 Mustang in the country, Robin Burnett won the NASA American Ohio/Indiana Divisional Championship, finished second in the Nationals and then beat the National Champion at the season ending races at Putnam Park, Indiana. The number 21 Steeda Mustang driver repeated as the winningest American Iron in the country. During the season, Burnett captured seven poll positions and when asked about the 2006 season had this to say “ Another divisional championship and a second at the Nationals is a great season for me and all the great sponsors that support me, including, Tokico, Tremec, KFP brakes, Sparco, CGM and Jack Demmer Ford”

Also ending the season with podium finishes in both American Iron races at Putnam Park in their Steeda equipped Mustangs were Jeff Feit and Greg Walker. Feit, running out of Northville, Michigan placed second in his 1991 Mustang LX. American Iron newcomer, the Lexington, Kentucky based Walker and his 1997 Mustang earned a third place finish. With Robin Burnett winning, Steeda equipped Mustangs swept the field.