IPS: WOO standout Dollansky to debut at Indy

Outlaw to Indy O'Reilly World of Outlaws standout Craig Dollansky to make Infiniti Pro Series debut in Freedom 100 INDIANAPOLIS, Wednesday, May 14, 2003 - Craig Dollansky, O'Reilly World of Outlaws standout, is poised to make his Infiniti Pro ...

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O'Reilly World of Outlaws standout Craig Dollansky to make Infiniti Pro Series debut in Freedom 100

INDIANAPOLIS, Wednesday, May 14, 2003 - Craig Dollansky, O'Reilly World of Outlaws standout, is poised to make his Infiniti Pro Series debut this weekend in the Freedom 100, to be held Saturday, May 17, 2003, at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Dollansky, who is currently third in O'Reilly World of Outlaws Series points, will be attempting to make his first career pavement racing start at the famed 2.5 mile oval.

"I'm thrilled to be making my Infiniti Pro Series debut in the Freedom 100," Dollansky said. "What could be more exciting than making your series debut at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway? Indy has so much tradition behind it. Not only am I going to achieve a milestone in my driving career by attempting to make my first pavement show, but I'm getting to be a part of history at the Speedway by competing in the first ever support series event to the Indianapolis 500."

VMAC, Karavan Trailers, and FattFro Motorsports will sponsor Dollansky's #33 Brian Stewart Motorsports entry. Team Owner Brian Stewart, well-known for his success in the Indy Lights Series, has a proven track record with two Indy Lights Championships, 31 wins and 27 pole positions from 1988 to 2001. The Sutton, Ontario, based team made the switch to the Infiniti Pro Series in 2002, finishing 11th in series points. Brian Stewart Racing has fielded cars for open wheel standouts such as Paul Tracy, Cristiano Da Matta, and Jacques Lazier.

VMAC, which stands for Vehicle Mounted Air Compressors, is located in British Columbia, Canada. The company manufactures under-hood air compressor systems for pick-ups, vans, and medium duty utility trucks. VMAC also manufactures a variety of sprint car parts, including bird cages and front hubs. Dollansky's O'Reilly World of Outlaws Series effort is also sponsored by VMAC.

FattFro Motorsports, comprised of co-owners Scott Billish and Al Christoffer, represent Dollansky's other sponsorship partner. Billish, who owns Stone Marketing Access Systems, located in Chicago, Illinois, teamed with Christoffer in 1998, to create FattFro Motorsports. In addition to his interest in FattFro Motorsports, Christoffer also owns BRAL Restorations, located in Barrington, Illinois. FattFro Motorsports joined forces with Karavan Motorsports/Craig Dollansky Racing in January of 2003.

Karavan Trailer Sales, located in Fox Lake, Wisconsin, manufactures Original Equipment, Private Label Boats, Watercraft, Utility, and other types of recreational trailers. Owned by Mike and Scott Boyd, they join Dollansky's Infiniti Pro Series effort, and have been a longtime partner of the Karavan Motorsports/Craig Dollansky Racing O'Reilly World of Outlaws Series team.

Dollansky, a full-time competitor on the O'Reilly World of Outlaws Series circuit, has amassed 5 top five finishes and 20 top ten finishes this year in World of Outlaws competition. "The Crowd Pleaser," as Dollansky is known, finished 3rd in the O'Reilly World of Outlaws Championship in 2002, his fourth straight year in the top four. Dollansky also won the Inaugural World of Outlaws Gumout Series Championship in 2000.

For more information regarding Craig Dollansky, Karavan Motorsports/Dollansky Racing, VMAC, and FattFro Motorsports, please visit www.dollanskyracing.com, www.vmacracing.com, www.stonemountainaccess.com, www.karavantrailers.com, www.worldofoutlawsracing.com, and www.motorsportsmanagement.com.

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Series Indy Lights
Drivers Paul Tracy , Craig Dollansky