Bilstein Shock Absorbers Renews Lucas Oil Partnership

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Bilstein Shock Absorbers Renews Lucas Oil Partnership

Story By: Jeremy Shields/LOLMDS

Photos By: Heath Lawson/LOLMDS

BATAVIA, OH (April 5, 2018) – Bilstein, the world’s leading manufacturer of monotube pressure shock absorbers, is continuing its grassroots racing support in 2018. BILSTEIN Shock Absorbers is a marquee brand that has been involved in many forms of motorsports globally for more than 50 years.

“I’m very excited to have Bilstein and the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series working together for 2018. At Bilstein, we’re working on some next age technology with our partners and I’m very excited to see what the future brings in Dirt Late Model racing,” said Aaron Morey, Head of Motorsports at Bilstein Shocks.

Bilstein offers the industry’s widest range of damper products. Be it off-road/light truck, tuning, OE replacement, heavy duty or motorsports, Bilstein is your one stop shop. Bilstein leverages its long involvement in motorsports and its years of being an OEM supplier to the world’s leading automotive brands to bring you the highest quality, best performing dampers. Bilstein Shock Absorbers will be recognized as the “Official Shock” of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series.

Rick Schwallie, Director of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series said: “We’re proud that Bilstein sees the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series as a valuable resource when it comes to showcasing their products. We look forward to working with them to grow their brand in 2018 and beyond.”

Founded in 1954, Bilstein Shock Absorbers is an original equipment supplier to BMW, Ferrari, Jaguar, Mercedes-Benz, and Porsche. Today, Bilstein of America has grown to nearly 75 employees, located in two locations around the United States and distributes over 3,000 part numbers into the US aftermarket. Bilstein is part of the Components Technology business unit of ThyssenKrupp. For more information, please visit