Owned by: Big Game Motorsports
Main sponsorship: Big Game Treestands, MobileStar Control Solutions, Aggressive Hydraulics, and Eaton's Aeroquip Performance Products
Shop location: Windom, Minnesota
Crew Chief: DJ Lindsey Crew: Lucas Dollansky, Sean Michael, Pete Stephens
The Big Game Treestands #7 team debuted at the World Finals in Charlotte, North Carolina in November of 2009 and chalked up a 4th place finish on night one.
2010 began with a bang as the team took the All Star Circuit of Champions season opener in February as part of the DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Raceway Park in Florida. Winning four World of Outlaws sanctioned events throughout the 69 race season Dollansky and crew finished 7th in overall championship standings. Another prestigious win came at the 50th Annual Knoxville Nationals when Dollansky ruled the World Challenge coming from 7th to strongly show the way to the checkered flag. Craig Dollansky also proved you can never count him out starting 24th in the 'Nationals' finale he raced his way to a 4th place finish, passing 20 cars.
2011 saw the team pick up their first victory in March at the Mini Gold Cup at Silver Dollar Speedway in California. As the season progressed Dollansky captured eight additional World of Outlaws victories including a weekend sweep at River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks, North Dakota and the grueling 55 lap Ironman 55 at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 in Missouri that paid $20,000. Another big win came at Clay County Fair Speedway in Spencer, Iowa in front of a huge crowd that included numerous friends, family, and team supporters. When the checkered flag flew on the 2011 season Dollansky finished 5th in the championship standings and ranked tied for 1st with the most series wins on the season.
2012 got off to a great start for 'The Crowd Pleaser' as he scored two wins in five nights at the DIRTcar Nationals. Three more victories would come before a stop at Lernerville Speedway in Pennsylvania as part of the prestigious Don Martin Memorial Silver Cup where captured a win in the Twin 30's and the overall event champion. A strong Canadian swing to end July saw Dollansky soar to the top of the championship standings. Over the next two months the Elk River, Minnesota native strung together numerous consistent finishes including a 3rd place at the 52nd Annual Knoxville Nationals. The team would win their ninth World of Outlaws win by defending the Ironman 55 in October and go on to finish the season 2nd in the championship standings and also lead the series in feature laps led.
In 2013 the #7 team will carry the Eyecon Trail Cameras brand for Big Game Motorsports as they hit the World of Outlaws trail once again to capture as many wins as possible and finish one position higher in the standings.