SCC: Fall-Line Motorsports announces a two-car effort

Fall-Line Motorsports announces a two-car effort in Grand-Am Cup GS Fall-Line Motorsports and 4 Feathers Racing have teamed up to run a two-car effort for select races in the remainder of the 2006 Grand-Am Cup Season. Team Principle Mark Boden...

Fall-Line Motorsports announces a two-car effort in Grand-Am Cup GS

Fall-Line Motorsports and 4 Feathers Racing have teamed up to run a two-car effort for select races in the remainder of the 2006 Grand-Am Cup Season. Team Principle Mark Boden and Steve Jenkins (owner of the # 28 M3) will co-drive the # 28 Fall-Line Motorsports / 4 Feathers Racing BMW M3 in at least three of the remaining Grand-Am Cup GS Races in 2006 in preparation for running the championship in 2007.

Fall-Line Motorsports is well known in the Grand-Am Cup Paddock for building some of the nicest and fastest BMW M3's around, building the Finlay Motorsports cars from 2005, as well as one of the current 2006 Automatic Racing M3's. The addition of a full race team was a logical progression for the company and the drivers. "We are really looking forward to running in this series. Grand-Am has been a great building block for our business and has given us some great recognition. We are just getting our feet wet this year, and with some great help from our partners, we hope to get ourselves in good shape to run the full season in 2007," said co-driver Steve Jenkins. Fall-Line Motorsports is located in Northbrook, IL, and is a dual purpose race and street performance shop. The attention to detail and uncompromising quality from their custom roll cages to the smallest of street modifications is the hallmark of Fall-Line Motorsports.

-flm

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Series Grand-Am
Drivers Mark Boden , Steve Jenkins
Teams Automatic Racing , Fall-Line Motorsports