By Souza Media
The Bobby Webber Racing team is ready for double-duty action this weekend in New Hampshire. Set to compete in the annual Octoberfest weekend at Lee USA Speedway, BWR will have two different cars on the track over three days of exciting racing action. This weekend will also begin the annual BWR Breast Cancer Awareness fundraiser, with stickers available for a minimum of a $10 donation towards Breast Cancer Awareness. You can add your loved ones name to the sticker and they will be placed on the cars for the weekend.
On Saturday and Sunday, Kyle Casper will make his BWR debut, wheeling the No. 19 Rodfather Late Model Sportsman that has been to Victory Lane 10 times this year with Bryan Kruczek behind the wheel. Both days will include a 40-lap race for the division. On Sunday, while Casper competes in the Sportsman, Kruczek will dig out the Granite State Pro Stock Series car for 100 laps of excitement behind the wheel of the Vynorius machine.
"I'm happy to have the opportunity to go to Lee and drive a fast car for a good team," Casper said. "Hopefully I'm able to go out there and add a trophy or two into the Bobby Webber Racing collection."
Team owner Bobby Webber Jr. is excited to see how it all plays out in New Hampshire.
"I'm looking forward to the big weekend at Lee," Webber said. "I'm glad we can finally give Kyle the opportunity to see what he can do in some top-shelf equipment. Wins would be great for all of the races, but grabbing top-five finishes would be a successful weekend for us. I'm looking forward to giving Kyle some confidence and maybe it will lend to him wheeling the car in Florida in February. For Bryan, we just need a solid run. We were fast at Star then the handling went away late. With Lee being one of our home tracks, I feel as though we will be a strong contender and looking to end our Super Late Model season on a high note."
"I look at October as a Cancer Awareness month as a whole," Webber continued. "I lost my Dad to cancer, and my sister-in-law is a breast cancer survivor. My wife's cousin passed away from cancer. It means a lot for me to be able to do this. I hope people will help us to raise a large amount of money for it."
Action at Lee includes all three days of racing, starting on Friday night, and running through Sunday. Official schedules for the weekend can be found on the Lee USA Speedway Facebook page and more information can be found online at leeusaspeedway.com.
For more information on Bobby Webber Racing, visit bobbywebberracingllc.com and follow the team on Facebook for the latest updates.