NA-F2000: JDC Motorsports season preview

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. (February 7, 2002) -- When it comes to meeting customer needs, John Church knows what is required to succeed. For the past seven years Church has run a very successful sponsorship management business. Specializing in...

INDIANAPOLIS, IND. (February 7, 2002) -- When it comes to meeting customer needs, John Church knows what is required to succeed.

For the past seven years Church has run a very successful sponsorship management business. Specializing in hospitality and guest services his company has worked extensively with teams in the CART FedEx Championship. Church has built and maintained several partnerships vital to a successful team, hence why he has gained a reputation as the man to have.

In 2002, Church returns to the Formula Ford 2000 Zetec Championship with his JDC Motorsports team. Using the insights gained from the sponsorship management business, combined with its impressive racing background, JDC Motorsports is sure to be threat for the championship.

Formed in 1994, JDC Motorsports has been perennial competitor in Formula 2000 competition since its inception. The team has captured numerous SCCA wins, pole positions, lap records and divisional championships. The culmination of its SCCA competition was capturing the prestigious Valvoline Runoffs National Championship in 1997. Last year, the JDC Motorsports entered the Formula Ford 2000 Zetec Championship. Running a rookie driver, Vanina Ickx, daughter of six-time Le Mans winner, Jacky Ickx, the team ran a partial season. JDC Motorsports captured two top-10 finishes and showed a particular affinity to damp conditions.

Currently the Minneapolis-based team is preparing its two-car effort, while continuing its search for the next superstar of motorsports to contest the 2002 season.

-jdcm-

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Series Other open wheel
Drivers Vanina Ickx , Jacky Ickx