EPPING, N.H. -- This Friday night, Bobby Webber Racing will hit the track with Bryan Kruczek at Lee USA Speedway, chasing a big $10,000 prize. The team will compete in the Granite State Pro Stock Series Keen Parts 150 -- one of the biggest races of the entire season.
A few weeks ago, Kruczek competed in the return of weekly Pro Stocks to Lee, setting a track record that night, and also grabbing a podium finish. In May, Kruczek finished second at Lee with the Granite State Pro Stock Series. This time, he wants one more spot for the ultimate goal.
"I want to get this win at Lee because we're racing the best of the best," team owner Bob Webber Jr. said. "I want to show people how much we have matured as a team. We went to Lee to get some test laps two weeks ago, set a track record and led a lot of laps. I feel like we have a good start going into the Keen Parts 150."
The team will be competing with their Port City Race Cars chassis, the same car that they won with at New Smyrna Speedway in Florida during the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing.
"We have to thank Gary Crooks and his team at Port City for sure," Webber continued. "When we talked about switching chassis builders, all I asked was for his help and guidance when we needed it. He has gone above and beyond. I'm hoping for big things on Friday -- we are really close to landing a major replacement sponsor and a win at Lee on Friday would be great."
Racing at Lee USA Speedway begins on Friday at 6 p.m. and also includes the Whitcomb 5 Series Modified 125. For more information, visit LeeUSASpeedway.com.
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