Story by Souza Media
EPPING, N.H. -- Bobby Webber Racing is completing final preparations for what will be a busy weekend of racing in the state of New Hampshire, and Maine, with two different cars, on Friday and Saturday, June 11-12.
Driver Bryan Kruczek will wheel both entires -- first on Friday in the Rodfather Late Model Sportsman at Lee USA Speedway -- then on Saturday with the Granite State Pro Stock Series (GSPSS) at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway. The last time Kruczek sat in both cars, he parked them in Victory Lane. Kruczek won both of the double feature races on Friday, June 5 at Lee USA with the Late Model Sportsman, and also is coming off a victory in his last race in the Super Late Model with the GSPSS at Star Speedway on May 8.
Friday at Lee will include two more feature races, while Saturday is a 150-lap contest that will put GSPSS stars against Beech Ridge track regulars. Kruczek looks to be in a major factor in all three races he runs this weekend.
"The Boyd Tech car (Late Model Sportsman) is just a blast to drive and I'm happy I got to complete the sweep last Friday," Kruczek said. "It definitely has grip and it's easy to drive. It was great to get back to Lee, definitely one of my most comfortable tracks to race at and I always enjoy racing there... enjoyed seeing some friends I haven't seen in a few years. Looking forward to getting back there."
On Saturday, Kruczek will head to Maine to compete with the top Super Late Model talent in the region.
"We have an awesome group of supporters behind us for sponsors and crew," Kruczek said. "Whether it is on, or off, the track, we do our best to showcase them at the front of the field on race day. We appreciate all they do for us."
Team owner Bobby Webber Jr. is also excited to return to the track this weekend, as Star Speedway, the track Webber owns, is off this weekend. He will attend both nights of racing action for the BWR team.
"This weekend is going to be fun," Webber said. "We are looking forward to attempting to go four-for-four at Lee with that car. Then, going to Beech Ridge on Saturday, we have confidence. Bryan did well there in his previous PASS car and hopefully that translates well to the Granite State Pro Stock Series. We have had some fun in the last three races we have run as a team, winning all three. There would be nothing better than to change that three wins to six wins after Saturday night."
Friday's event at Lee USA Speedway begins at 7 p.m. with feature racing, while Saturday's race day at Beech Ridge starts with time trials at 4 p.m. Tickets will be available at the track for both days of racing and fans are encouraged to come cheer on the No. 19 at the track.
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