SCSC: New staff members, sponsors named

NEW STAFF MEMBERS AND SPONSORS ADDED TO CENTRAL STATES CHALLENGE FOR 2010 New race director, tech assistant and marketing director added to Superkarts! USA regional staff ST. LOUIS, MO (February 12, 2010) -- Now entering its third season as...

NEW STAFF MEMBERS AND SPONSORS ADDED TO CENTRAL STATES CHALLENGE FOR 2010
New race director, tech assistant and marketing director added to Superkarts! USA regional staff

ST. LOUIS, MO (February 12, 2010) -- Now entering its third season as a Superkarts! USA regional program, the Central States Challenge (SCSC) is hard at work to ensure the 2010 season is its strongest. The series is happy to announce the new additions to the series staff for the upcoming season, beginning May 15-16 at the New Castle Motorsports Park in Indiana. Former SKUSA 'A' team member Stan Bryniarski will be the race director for the 2010 SCSC season with Mark Riley added as Tech Assistant. Also added to the staff roster is new Marketing Director Laura Tisher.

Bryniarski comes to the SCSC program with a solid background in karting. One of the original members of the SKUSA 'A' team that helped produce the SKUSA ProMoto Tour events in the organizations early years, Bryniarski has worked all aspects of an event to know the ins and outs of producing a solid race day program.

"I met with the SCSC staff just two weeks ago and was happy to hear the addition of Stan to their staff," commented president of Superkarts! USA Tom Kutscher. "Stan is one of the original SKUSA members and his passion for the organization lies very deep. He has worn all hats from race director to promoter through the years. Stan will bring stability and tons of knowledge to this region as they grow. I'm very excited to have him on board. I consider Stan to be a close friend and he will be a huge asset for the already very successful Central States Challenge."

Riley entered the sport with his son Christian competing in Kid Karts and quickly became involved in the St. Louis Karting Association, working as the assistant tech director. With experience in drag racing, motocross, sprint car racing, Riley has also worked as an aerial lift mechanic for the last 13 years.

"Mark is a great addition to our program," stated SKUSA Central States Challenge director Pam Freund. "Many of our racers are familiar with Mark and joining our program for 2010 will help solidify our technical inspections to ensure everyone is racing at a level playing field. We are happy to have Mark on board."

Tisher comes to the Central States Challenge with a bachelor degree in Communications from the University of Missouri-St. Louis with an emphasis in Public Relations and Marketing. Laura is the sister of SCSC director Pam Freund and became involved with the series when asked to help with some administrative duties. Tisher's main goal will be to continue building the SCSC sponsorship support in not only the St. Louis area, but the other markets the series visits.

Thus far, joining the series for the 2010 are new class sponsors - Corrida Karting, Mates Concrete, and Deloge Foot & Ankle Surgery Center. Corrida Karting, a new GP Kart dealer operation based out of Wisconsin, will support the S1 and S5 classes as the sponsor. Supporting the TaG Cadet division is Mates Concrete - owned and operated by the parents of TaG Cadet driver Austin Mayton. Christopher Sloan, D.P.M. - owner of the Deloge Foot & Ankle Surgery Center - is a sprint car racer and is now supporting the racing of his daughter Kamryn Sloan in the Yamaha Rookie local option class.

-source: skusa

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