The Fly Gears Up For 04/05 Sprintcar Assault Ian Lewis Racing is set for yet another hectic season of sprintcar racing as they prepare to race thirty-six races, which includes their second major attempt at the illustrious World Series ...
The Fly Gears Up For 04/05 Sprintcar Assault
Ian Lewis Racing is set for yet another hectic season of sprintcar racing as they prepare to race thirty-six races, which includes their second major attempt at the illustrious World Series Sprintcars.
The Komatsu Used Equipment, Adtrans, Camden Neon Signs, J&J Auto Racing will once again be piloted by none other then Ian 'The Fly' Lewis who will have three J&J chassis at his disposal along with two Maxwill engines to push him across the line.
"We're definitely better prepared than we were last year and I'm positive we can get plenty of respectable results as the season gets underway," explained Lewis.
World Series Sprintcars is where the team will spend most of the season as they compete in the scheduled sixteen rounds. Last season the team finished in a creditable twelfth that included a fantastic third at Avalon Raceway.
"World Series Sprintcars is the toughest series in Australia, however racing against some of the best drivers the sport has to offer not just within this country but from the USA as well, means to get a podium result like last year is a credit to the team," said Lewis.
The team is much better prepared than last year where the results faded away after a nasty crash at Borderline Raceway and an engine failure the following night at Avalon Raceway.
"Unfortunately the wheels fell off our campaign in the middle stages of last season. However, the group of guys at Ian Lewis Racing are more determined than ever, as am I and there is no reason this season why a top ten position isn't achievable," stated The Fly.
The team will kick start the season off at Brisbane International Speedway with round one of World Series Sprintcars on November 13.