EPPING, N.H. -- Bobby Webber Racing (BWR) announced today that Lee USA Speedway will serve as the hood sponsor of the No. 19 Pro Late Model for the upcoming CARS Tour race at Greenville-Pickens Speedway on Saturday, April 9.
With driver Bryan Kruczek, BWR will make their debut in CARS competition at one of the most historic tracks in the south. It will mark the fifth race of the season for the Pro Late Model effort -- coming off a successful Speedweeks in Florida in February -- where Bryan picked up a victory at the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing.
The Lee sponsorship on the hood will showcase the logo for the inaugural Granite State Derby at Lee on Saturday, May 21. The event will take place during the early to mid-afternoon, and will be followed up by a Saturday evening special, just down the street, at BWR's home, Star Speedway. This means race fans will have the opportunity to attend both events in the same day at two of New Hampshire's best tracks. The Lee event includes the return of the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour for the first time since 1998.
The busy night of racing at Star will include the 350 Supermodifieds, Ken Izzett Construction Late Models, Drivers Choice King of the Pure Stocks and Six Shooters races and the Woody's Auto Street Stocks. It will be the perfect day of racing for short-track fans.
"We feel this is a great tie in for both of the tracks and we're thankful for Lee to come on the car and support our efforts to head back south," Bobby Webber Jr., team owner, said. "With us working together to have the schedules flow so fans can attend both races, it's a huge positive for the race fans. What better way to show the fans that we are working together then to promote the days doubleheader at our Pro Late Model during the Greenville-Pickens race. We hope fans will be able to watch the race on CarsTour.TV."
The CARS Tour race at Greenville-Pickens Speedway will take place on Saturday, April 9. A full schedule for the race will be available soon. Tickets will also be available at the track for those who will be in the area to cheer the BWR team on in person. For those who can't make it, you can purchase a PPV broadcast on CarsTour.TV to watch the action. You can also follow Bobby Webber Racing on Facebook for the latest news and information.
"It is great to see Norm Wrenn and Bobby Webber working together. They were able to find a way for both tracks to race on the day of the Inaugural Granite State Derby, when we bring the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour back to Lee for the first time in over two decades," Josh Vanada, owner of JDV Productions, who will promote the Lee event, said. "To now see Norm's support of Bobby Webber Racing at Greenville Pickens, it just goes to show that cooperation amongst short tracks can happen. It's an action that is at the heart of what the New Hampshire Short Track Racing Association and Star Speedway is trying to cultivate."
See below for event posters with more information for both the Lee USA Speedway event and the Star Speedway event, both on May 21. For more information on either of the tracks visit LeeUSASpeedway.com or StarSpeedwayNH.com and visit them on Facebook.