Kyle Offill and Team KO Racing would like to thank Maxim Racing for their season-long support! Maxim Chassis began revolutionizing the sprint car world in November of 1988. Months later, a collaboration of ideas created the first Maxim prototype chassis. In February 1989, with Johnny Herrera as the test pilot, founder and Springfield Illinois native Chuck Merrill presented Maxim Chassis Number 89-025.5 at the Florida All Stars Sprint Week.
Over the years Maxim has been a leader in chassis technology and continues to be favorite among race teams throughout the country. In October of 2014, Dan Musselman (Previously Director of Operations) and his brother Ron formed a partnership and acquired Maxim Inc. from Chuck Merrill. Both have been involved in sprint car racing for over 40 years and have over 30 years of business, manufacturing and customer satisfaction experience.
Maxim Racing’s mission is to make the best sprint car chassis’ and components with the highest levels of quality, while providing exceptional customer service. To learn more about the company visit https://www.racemaxims.com/
Offill spoke about Maxim Racing saying, “Since we have switched to Maxim Chassis my comfort level has certainly increased and the car responds well to whatever we throw at it. This Friday and Saturday we have a huge event at the Stockton Dirt Track and I know the entire team is excited to hit the track.”