By Souza Media
EPPING, N.H. -- Bryan Kruczek and the Bobby Webber Racing team have had quite the dream season at Lee USA Speedway in the Rodfather Late Model Sportsman. Driving the Vynorius Piledriving, Hedges Excavating No. 19 machine, Kruczek has nine victories on the season in the competitive division, and will look to make that a double-digit number this Friday, September 3.
The Late Model Sportsman will once again compete in double-feature races, as Kruczek enters the event with nine victories to date. Winning a 10th and possibly 11th, race would mean the world to the team, as they are celebrating the life of Stevie Krupski and hoping to end the season in Victory Lane for him.
Krupski, a longtime member of the New Hampshire short-track racing community, was close friends with nearly everyone on the Bobby Webber Racing team. Team owner Bobby Webber Jr. is excited to get back to Lee in the season-finale this Friday night to chase more trophies.
"Getting to double-digit wins makes a statement, it shows this Boyd Technology car is the real deal," team owner Bobby Webber Jr. said. "If for reasons beyond our control, we can't win the championship we are going to make sure they remember that No. 19 that dominated the 2021 season. Our car was fast right out of the Boyd shop in Florida. We brought it north, unloaded it, won and have never look back. If you give Bryan a good car, at a good track, it's lights out. We couldn't have done it this year without all the awesome partners and sponsors that continue to support Bobby Webber Racing."
Without all of the dedicated sponsors and partners of Bobby Webber Racing, winning at this level would not be possible. To see a full list of team supporters, visit the partners page on the website. The team also wishes to thank Boyd Technology for building a bad fast race car.
For more information on Bobby Webber Racing, visit bobbywebberracingllc.com and follow the team on Facebook for the latest updates.