World Speed Motorsports (WSM) has moved their headquarters back to their former home, Sears Point, now Infineon Raceway. WSM left Sears Point three years ago to move to Palm Springs, CA. Prior to that WSM had been based at Sears Point almost since inception in 1992. The move has been underway for about a month and the team is now fully operating from their new home, Infineon Raceway.
"The proximity to vendors and the ability to test and race at our home base are just a couple of the benefits to being back at Infineon Raceway," commented Telo Stewart (owner WSM). He added "and the bay area is a certainly a wonderful place to live."
"I support Telo in his decision to move WSM back to Infineon Raceway," commented Chuck West (founder and consultant of WSM), "we enjoyed a lot of success there in the past, and the depth of the Motorsports presence in the bay area is second only to Indy."
WSM is focusing on the Fran-Am series for the 2003 season. The Fran-Am 1600 series will hold at least one event at Infineon this season. "It is an added advantage for us to be able to race at our home track," said Stewart.
Infineon Raceway is one of North America's premier road courses. Nascar, NHRA, IMSA, and now Fran-Am, are some of the professional racecar series that compete at Infineon. The track has undergone a major facelift over the past year and is not just a great track to compete at but also a great for spectators.
For more information on WSM and their new home visit: www.worldspeed.com