Florida Speedweeks has become the launching point for many team's 2003 seasons, including regulars with the World of Outlaws series like Craig Dollansky. However, when the All Star Circuit of Champions rolls into Volusia Speedway Park on February 6-9 and the all new East Bay Raceway Park on February 12-15, Craig Dollansky's Karavan Motorsports team will be getting an assist from Wisconsin's Fattfro Motorsports.

"Fattfro Motorsports will be displayed on Craig Dollansky's car for all eight races in Florida. Kurt Davis will be down there working with the Dollansky crew sharing information and learning," said Scott Billish, one of the owners of Fattfro Motorsports.

Davis will be running the full 2003 Bumper to Bumper IRA schedule next season in the seat of the Fattfro Motorsports car as well as making several starts with the All Stars, the World of Outlaws and USAC Sprint Series. "Fattfro's goal is to have a WoO team in 2004, in addition to learning everything we can to help Kurt Davis in 2003 and beyond," Billish said. "Fattfro is also sharing new marketing ideas and product ideas with Karavan Motorsports/Dollansky Racing."

In other news, Fattfro Motorsports has added another dimension to their team with the recent hiring of David Prunty as a driver and technical advisor. Prunty will pilot a Fattfro late model at three paved raceways, Madison International, Dells Motor Speedway and Slinger Speedway, next season. Prunty, a mechanical engineer with extensive experience in the NASCAR Busch series with drivers like Dale Earnhardt and Terry Labonte, will also be involved in testing and tuning engines and building and testing shocks.