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.
By Souza Media/Kyle Souza
EPPING, N.H. -- Heading into a busy weekend of racing for the Bobby Webber Racing team, driver Bryan Kruczek will be chasing two wins behind the wheel -- one in a Late Model Sportsman and one in the team Pro Stock.
Kruczek will be looking for his eighth victory at Lee USA Speedway on Friday night, July 30, hoping to hoist yet another trophy in the Boyd Technology No. 19, sponsored by Vynorius Piledriving and Hedges Excavating. On Saturday, the team will make the trip to Claremont Motorsports Park to get back into Pro Stock competition with the Granite State Pro Stock Series in their biggest race of the year, a $10,000 special.
However, the weekend will mean a lot more to the team other then just chasing a few trophies and the big check. On Friday morning, all of the New Hampshire short-track community learned of the passing of Steve Krupski, a fixture at Star Speedway and other tracks in the area for more than 40 years. Steve was known as the one guy in the pit area you could count on to brighten up your day at the track, no matter how difficult it was going. His sudden passing leaves a sense of shock and sadness over the entire community.
But, this weekend, the team goes on to race in his honor.
"41 years of dedicated friendship, always a smile on his face and always genuinely happy to see you and spend time with you," team owner Bobby Webber Jr. said in a Facebook post. "I'm so happy I got to see you last Saturday at the SBM at Star, it was like you knew, you knew you needed to see your family one last time. It's one of those days you knew was coming, but one you hoped never would. I'm going to miss you Steve."
Kruczek is second in the Lee USA Speedway Rodfather Late Model Sportsman championship battle with seven wins after missing one event, and enters Saturday's Pro Stock special fourth in the Granite State Pro Stock Series championship standings with one victory on the season.
Action at Lee on Friday begins at 7 p.m., and Claremont racing begins at 4 p.m. For those who can't make it to the track, Claremont's action will be shown on Speed51.TV beginning at 4 p.m. on Saturday. Lee is not televised.
For more information on Bobby Webber Racing, visit bobbywebberracingllc.com and follow the team on Facebook. Additional information regarding services for Steve will be released to the public once made available by his family.
By Souza Media/Kyle Souza
LEE, N.H. -- When it comes to Lee USA Speedway and Bobby Webber Racing this season, the combination is off to one of the most impressive starts in track history. Bryan Kruczek wheeled the No. 19 Boyd Technology, Vynorius Piledriving, Hedges Excavating machine into Victory Lane two more times this past Friday, July 16, sweeping two races in the same night for the Rodfather Late Model Sportsman.
The path to victory wasn't easy -- as Kruczek had to work his way through the field in both races and pass for the lead in the final stages. However, when the final results were tallied, Kruczek was carrying the checkered flag and holding two trophies. The race was another round of the Race For the Ring, as Kruczek became the first driver to win more than one race in the series.
"It’s a great accomplishment for our BWR team to go out and bring fast cars to the track every week and collect victories and sweep again," Kruczek said. "It's all because of the guys who work hard on this car. This Boyd Technology No. 19 is just on rails, and it’s just fun to drive it and be the guy to chase every week at Lee. I hope we can continue the season we are having there with a few more trophies along the way. "
Kruczek also is closing in on the championship lead after missing the season-opener, and should be a threat for the points title as the season comes to a closer late in the summer.
The next race for Bobby Webber Racing will be right back at Lee USA Speedway on Friday, July 23, looking for another win with the No. 19. For more information on the team, visit bobbywebberracingllc.com.
Story by Souza Media
LEE, N.H. & SCARBOROUGH, Maine -- The entire Bobby Webber Racing team knew that three races in two days was going to be a difficult task, but the team completed a solid weekend with one victory, and a top-five finish.
Bryan Kruzcek wheeled the No. 19 Hawthorne Automotive, Vynorius Companies, Hedges Excavating Late Model Sportsman to a third victory in four starts on Friday night at Lee USA Speedway in the second of double feature races. During the first race, a crash sidelined Kruczek before the finish -- but in the second race -- he charged to the front and drove away with the victory behind the wheel. It was the third win in four starts over the last two weeks in Lee's Rodfather Late Model Sportsman class.
Kruczek also wheel the No. 19 Vynorius Super Late Model to a fifth-place effort with the Granite State Pro Stock Series at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Maine on Saturday, June 12. He qualified sixth in time trials, finished third in his heat race, and ran around the top five the entire race en route to a solid finish.
"One word sums up this weekend of racing for us and that is 'team'"," Kruczek said of Lee's Friday night event. "We hoped for another sweep at Lee, but the first incident out of our control put us in the pits. My crew got right to work and thrashed to rebuild the front of the body and repair the radiator and as always gave me a fast car to drive threw the field and take down win number three."
"Heading to Beech Ridge, being the place I got my first touring series win, I felt fairly optimistic about having a good run at Beech Ridge just knowing how the track can change over the day," he said of Beech Ridge's fifth-place finish. "We made minimal adjustments all day and just unloaded a comfortable car to drive and I was able to hang around the front all race and bring home a solid top-five for BWR to wrap our weekend."
The team will take a week off from the Granite State Pro Stock Series and focus on the next round of Rodfather Late Model Sportsman racing on Friday, June 18, back at Lee USA Speedway.
For more information on Bobby Webber Racing, visit bobbywebberracingllc.com and follow the team on Facebook.
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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.
For more information on Bobby Webber Racing, visit BobbyWebberRacingLLC.com and follow the team on Facebook for the latest updates.
By Souza Media
LEE, N.H. -- It had been a few years since Bryan Kruczek had run a weekly division race at the Lee USA Speedway, but Friday Night, Kruczek and his Bobby Webber Racing team made a statement return, winning both Late Model Sportsman feature races in commanding fashion.
The team had a successful practice on opening night, with the car topping the speed charts, only to have a rain storm come in and cut the night short before a feature event could be run. So, after a week of anticipation, the Vynorious Companies, Hawthorne, Hedges Excavating machine picked up where they left off.
Kruczek started the first feature of the night towards the front of the pack, and quickly worked his way to the lead after a restart on the outside of the front row. Kruczek was able to work his way by early race leader Frankie Eldredge, and he was then able to distance himself from the rest of the pack. The Bobby Webber Racing machine finished the 25 lap race a solid 5 seconds over his nearest competitor, Frankie Eldredge crossed the stripe in second, Bobby Melvin Jr. rounded out the top three.
When feature number two of the evening hit the track, Kruczek's No. 19NH would roll off seventh in the 12-car field. In the opening laps, Cam Huntress had taken the lead while Kruczek navigated the BWR machine through traffic and up to the third spot.
On the fifth circuit, Charlie Colby worked his way by Huntress and into the lead, by this point Kruczek had worked his way up to the front duo, and two laps later, took the top spot. Again, the Hedges Excavation, Advanced Gas Distributors machine began to distance itself from the competition until the race was slowed by a caution bunching the field back together. On the restart, Kruczek rocketed his way back out to the lead with Frankie Eldredge following through into second, and Charlie Colby followed in third, which would be the way the trio would finish out the event. Kruczek crossed the line 1.6 seconds ahead of Eldredge completing the evening sweep.
Bobby Webber Racing team owner Bobby Webber also challenged Lee USA Speedway track owner Norm Wrenn to match him dollar-for-dollar for the winnings and donate the winnings to Hole in The Wall Gang, a favorite charity of the late Norm Wrenn III. Track owner Norm Wrenn matched and thousands of dollars were donated to the charity.
Bryan Kruczek and Bobby Webber Racing will return to Lee USA Speedway on Friday, June 11, for another round of the Rodfather Late Model Sportsman. Racing begins at 7 p.m. and admission is just $5 for fans in a special Fans Night at the races. The team will also compete in the Granite State Pro Stock Series event at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway on Saturday, June 12. A full weekend preview will come later in the week right here on BobbyWebberRacingllc.com.
For more information on Bobby Webber Racing, visit BobbyWebberRacingllc.com and follow the team on Facebook.
By Souza Media/Kyle Souza
WALPOLE, N.H. -- After a few weeks off, the Granite State Pro Stock Series roars back to action this Sunday, May 30, at Claremont Motorsports Park, with a Memorial Day special. As part of a full Sunday evening of racing, which will also include a special 60-lap Mini Stock madness event, Quest for the Cup double-feature races for the NHSTRA Modifieds, NELCAR Legends, Six Shooters, Pure Stocks and a 4-Cylinder Enduro, fans will have a little bit of everything in New Hampshire.
The Pro Stock portion of the evening will include multiple series champions and feature winners in competition, with the championship battle starting to take form with three of the 15 races complete. Angelo Belsito leads the standings by just six points on Devin O’Connell, while Gabe Brown sits third, eight points back. All three drivers are expected to compete on Sunday evening at Claremont.
Another driver expected is the Bobby Webber Racing pilot Bryan Kruczek, who will be driving the familiar No. 19 -- the same car he went to Victory Lane with in the last Granite State event at Star Speedway on May 8. Unlike some of his competitors, Kruczek has never stepped foot on the property at Claremont Motorsports Park -- one of New Hampshire’s trickiest race tracks. He will hope to become a quick study of the oval to be a major contender.
“I’m pretty excited to try a new adventure and hopefully get the team back to Victory Lane when we head to Claremont,” Kruczek said. “I’ve never been there before, but I’ve been watching enough videos that I get how the track races and I think it looks like a fun place. It definitely has a unique line to it.”
Kruczek proved at Star that he has the speed to get the job done, driving from the back to the front multiple times in the same race en route to victory. At Claremont, he hopes to make his job a little bit easier -- by qualifying and running up front for the entire 100-lap distance.
“Not having to chase points this year is much less stressful, and more fun for our whole team,” Kruczek said. “The goal is just to win races and it gives us the ability to hit the reset button whenever we feel it’s needed.”
Additional entries for the event include Casey Call, Josh King, Tyler Tomassi, DJ Shaw, Derek Gluchacki and more.
Adult tickets are just $25 for general admission, with seniors (65+) set at $20, and children 6-12 just $5. Any children ages five and under will be allowed free general admission. A full schedule will be available soon, but fans can expect the first green flag to fall at 4 p.m. with Pro Stock time trials.
For more information on the Granite State Pro Stock Series, visit gspss.net and follow the series on social media.
By Souza Media/Kyle Souza
EPPING, N.H. -- Bryan Kruczek passed the entire field -- at least twice -- en route to his first career Granite State Pro Stock Series win at Star Speedway on Saturday, May 8. Kruczek, who was fastest in time trials and won his heat race, started seventh -- but had to go to the rear on at least two different occasions. The Bobby Webber Racing driver didn’t let that slow him down, as he took the Vynorius No. 19 into Victory Lane in the third GSPSS race of the season, the Hedges Excavating 100.
“I’m out of breath,” Kruczek said, climbing from the car. “I had to pass a lot of cars out there. I can’t thank all of my guys enough, my guys are second to none. Bobby Webber lets me come out here and tells me to hand him the steering wheel or the trophy. We have some awesome sponsors.”
Kruczek’s day included contact and a spin by Jacob Dore, which sent both to the rear, and contact and a spin with Evan Beaulieu, which sent both to the rear. He pitted multiple times to the attention of his Bobby Webber Racing crew, but the car was right at the end. He passed Pole for the top spot with 24 laps to go -- however, a caution late gave Pole on last chance.
Pole edged out for the lead on the restart, crossing the line out front at lap 94 -- but slight contact a few laps later sent him backwards, and eventually spinning down the frontstretch, ending his day early. Kruczek held off a final charge from Josh King over the final laps to seal the victory.
Without the support of countless sponsors, including Vynorius, Hedges Excavating, Little Webb's Tires, Fuel & Race Parts, Jaime Webber Photography, KDW Landscaping, Ty Cooper Land Holdings, Velocita and more, the win would not have been possible.
The Bobby Webber Racing team looks forward to getting back to the track and chasing another checkered flag soon.
EPPING, N.H. -- Bryan Kruczek and the Bobby Webber Racing team are completing final preparations for the Granite State Pro Stock Series event at Star Speedway on Saturday, May 8. Returning to the home track, owned by race team owner Bobby Webber, Kruczek is looking to put together a strong run for the fans, sponsors and supporters that will be in attendance.
The team opened the Granite State Pro Stock Series season at Stafford Motor Speedway with a 12th place finish after struggling with speed most of the day. But some practice at Star, and a fresh setup under the hood, should bring the No. 19 Vynorius, Hedges Excavating machine to the front of the pack at Star.
"I'm definitely excited and ready for the weekend to get here," Kruczek said. "With the race being at our home track, in front of all of the sponsors, supporters, friends and family, it really means a lot to me and our team to go out there and be our best. I think our hard work over the last week in the shop and the track will allow us to go out there and be up front."
There will be a practice session on Friday, May 7, before the Saturday, May 8 race day at Star. Race day begins with practice from 12:20-12:45 p.m., followed by a final session from 1:05-1:30 p.m. Time trials will take place at 2:30 p.m., followed by heat races and the feature event. The estimated green flag for the Hedges Excavating 100 is 5:15 p.m.
For more information on Bobby Webber Racing, visit bobbywebberracingllc.com and follow the team on Facebook. For more information on the Granite State Pro Stock Series, visit gaps net and follow the series on social media.
EPPING, N.H. -- Bryan Kruczek and the entire Bobby Webber Racing team officially open their New England racing season on Saturday, April 24, at Stafford Motor Speedway in Connecticut. Set to compete with the Granite State Pro Stock Series, in the Casagrande Builders 75, Kruczek will chase a $3,000 winning prize against some of the top Super Late Model competitors from across the region.
Driving the Vynorius Piledriving, Hedges Excavating, Ty Cooper Land Holdings No. 19, Kruczek will make his return to the Connecticut half-mile after many years away. He does have a previous start with the Pro All Star Series at Stafford, but he did not finish in that race, and is hoping to change that this time around.
"I'm pretty excited to get back to Stafford Motor Speedway and get this new season of racing in New England kicked-off for our entire BWR team," Kruczek said. "I've enjoyed racing with the Granite State Pro Stock Series in the past, and look forward to doing it again this weekend, and a lot of the season."
The opener of the Granite State Pro Stock Series season will mark the beginning of Bobby Webber Racing's 2021 season schedule, which includes more than 20 races, spread between the Granite State Pro Stock Series, Open Super Late Models, NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Racing Series and more. Click here for a full season schedule.
Pit gates at Stafford open at 9 a.m., with practice set to take the green flag at 12:25 p.m. Granite State Pro Stock Series time trials begin at 1:30 p.m., with heat and feature racing to follow. The Casagrande Builders 75 is set for the green flag around 6 p.m. The race can be seen live as part of a stream at FloSports.TV. Fans can purchase a yearly subscription to FloSports by clicking here.
For more information on Bobby Webber Racing, visit BobbyWebberRacingLLC.com and follow the team on social media.