Setup Secrets Will Be Revealed.

State-of-the-Art Setup Technology Will Be Presented by Industry Leaders.


ORMOND BEACH, Fla. (February 26, 2018) – Time is running out to register for the first ever Online Racing School Seminars featuring four of the best minds in short track racing – Bubba Gale, Bob Bolles, Toby Nuttleman, and Keith Montgomery.


The deadline to register is Thursday, March 1. The seminars take place at the Chula Vista Resort in Wisconsin Dells Friday and Saturday, March 9-10.


“This seminar represents the latest and most successful setup information available anywhere, and parts of it have not been revealed to the racing public before,” said Online Racing School Co-Founder Bob Bolles. Now any racer can learn the secrets of modern day chassis setup.


The seminars will cover: Proper Approach, How to Develop Traction, How to Balance Your Setup, Proper Use of Force Measurements, How to Use Pulldown Rigs, Conventional and Bump Setups, and much, much more. You will learn how the winning race teams prepare and setup their cars for competition.


The cost for the two-day seminar is $295 per attendee and includes a catered lunch on both days. Classes will go from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Space is limited, and registration is first come, first served. To register visit, sign in, and enroll in the RCT Seminar course. Your name will be registered and you will be admitted to the seminar.


A special room rate of $129 per night is available through Chula Vista. To book call 608-254-8366 and use discount code G31813. Chula Vista Resort is located at 2501 River Road in Wisconsin Dells. For more information visit



About the Presenters


Bob Bolles

Bob is a long-time race car engineer, consultant, inventor, author and manufacturer. He began his career in the early 1990’s with short track Late Models at New River Valley Speedway. Since that time, he has consulted with racers all over the world through the use of his racing setup software and since 2002 as Senior Technical Editor of Circle Track Magazine.


Bubba Gale

Bubba is the true meaning of a “Real Racer”. He literally has done it all and seen it all dominating in every type of division he has entered through the years. He has won at least one featured event for 44 straight seasons. He has built chassis, bodies, engines, transmissions, rear ends, shocks and he has been known to jump in someone else’s car and go win the race.


Bubba and his son Cale are the founders, owners and operators of Gale Force Suspension, a leader in the racing equipment market place offering the best tools for setting up race cars using the Load Pro and Sway Bar Pro equipment.


Toby Nuttleman

There are few names in short track racing as sought-after as Toby Nuttleman, who has been one of the most successful Crew Chiefs in short track racing over the past three decades. He is best known for providing the smoothest setups and developing young talent into star racers.


Most recently Nuttleman and his driver Ty Majeski have dominated the Super Late Model scene in the Midwest. Majeski has won four straight ARCA Midwest Tour Championships and banner races such as the Icebreaker at Dells Raceway Park and Trickle 99 at Oktoberfest Race Weekend. The team of Nuttleman and Majeski have also grabbed multiple Governor’s Cups and World Series of Asphalt Championships at New Smyrna Speedway.


Keith Montgomery

Keith is an experienced crew chief and chassis dynamics analyst who most recently was involved with SoVa Motion located at Virginia International Raceway. He has worked with professional teams such as Earnhardt Technology Group, Chip Ganassi Racing, MBII, and Mansion Motorsports. He has extensive experience with K&C machines, pull-down rigs, 7 and 8-post rigs and data acquisition systems since 2002.


Keith will talk about the importance of understanding how your car reacts under dynamic Loading and how static loading is just a reference mark. He will be showing how the use of data can provide precision measurements. This information is the key to understanding how to accurately tune your chassis. He will explain how to understand and use technology such as pull-down rigs, 8-post machines, and data acquisition systems.





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