ELK RIVER, Minn. — Big Game Motorsports and Craig Dollansky Racing revealed the No. 7 sprint car wheeled by Craig Dollansky will sport a new look next season thanks to a multi-year agreement to showcase Big Game’s Eyecon Trail Cameras.
Since being launched by Big Game Treestands earlier this year, Eyecon Trail Cameras have already emerged to be a market leader in the game-tracking trail camera industry.
“I know our marketing and sales team is very excited to launch our Eyecon Trail Camera marketing campaign using our No. 7 motorsports team as part of this drive and we have many events and appearances tied to this campaign,” said Tod Quiring, CEO of Big Game Treestands. “I’ve worked with Craig for the past three years and we’ve had a large amount of success together and a great relationship. We have developed a valuable team with DJ Lindsey, Sean Michael, and Luke Dollansky and plan to strive for continued success.”
Since joining Big Game Motorsports in late 2009, Craig Dollansky has captured 21 World of Outlaws victories to go along with a progressive climb in the championship standings each year.
“Having the longevity of being together with Big Game for three years and now expanding on that helps to make our team stronger,” commented Dollansky. “Changing the structure of the team for the better will allow me to put a lot more focus on driving. Along with having the team operate out of Windom we are all embracing the new structure and look forward to the future now more than ever.
“I have a great appreciation for the support Tod Quiring and Big Game have shown for myself and our entire race team and am happy to have signed a new contract with them that will have us racing together for another few years with the Outlaws. We will be working hard this offseason to strengthen our team and get ourselves ready for 2013.”