SCCS: New team to compete in SCCS

New Race Team in Northern Virginia. Gilbert Grable, of Sterling, Va., formed a new race team to compete in the Stock Car Championship Series, an exciting new road racing series for Late Model Stock Cars. With more than nine years of racing ...

New Race Team in Northern Virginia.

Gilbert Grable, of Sterling, Va., formed a new race team to compete in the Stock Car Championship Series, an exciting new road racing series for Late Model Stock Cars.

With more than nine years of racing experience, Grable's diverse behind-the-wheel resume includes Sports Car Club of America ITA road racing and SVRA vintage racing - including several class wins. He's also the Technical Editor for Late Model Racer magazine and a crew member on a NASCAR Late Model team.

"With my extensive engineering background and racing experience, I feel we should have a competitive team," Grable said.

Work is underway on Grable Racing's number 54 2001 Chevrolet Monte Carlo late model. The team's initial outing is planned Nov. 2-3 at Summit Point, W.Va., with another race scheduled Nov. 30/Dec. 1 at Road Atlanta - the final two events of the 2002 eight-race SCCS schedule.

SCCS is a professional touring series that competes on world-class road-race circuits with stock cars. Venues include Summit Point, Road Atlanta, Virginia International Raceway, Lowe's Motor Speedway and Atlanta Motor Speedway. Media Coverage has been strong, and a television package for the entire eight-race schedule is in the works for 2003. Visit www.sccsracing.com for more information on the Stock Car Championship Series.

Grable Racing is actively seeking sponsorship/marketing partners for -sccs-

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