Driver Scott Baker and the Bullet Racing Team will be competing in the Northern Division of USAR& ...
Driver Scott Baker and the Bullet Racing Team will be competing in the Northern Division of USAR’s Hooter’s Pro Cup. Baker and the team have been competing in the Shooter’s Ice Man Series, taking the championship in 1999. They have also been top place finishers in the Main Event Series, as well as many other late model series. Team Owner Mark Milstein made the decision to take the team to a higher level of competition in 2002, feeling the team was ready to advance to a larger touring series.
“ The team’s mission statement,“ Bullet Racing is dedicated to competing in a professional manner, excelling in performance and promotion at each venue, event or series in which they participate,” will never be more important than now, as our team enters a new era of racing”, stated Milstein.
Associate sponsorship has been secured with Tallmadge Asphalt of Tallmadge, Ohio. Tallmadge Asphalt is the oldest asphalt company in NE Ohio, celebrating their 55th Anniversary in 2002. They have experienced tremendous growth in the last 20 years, going from 15 employees in 1982, to 75 today. The company provides quality asphalt and concrete paving services, including excavation, curb work and marking, for the commercial and residential market. Owners Mike and Pam Sekulich enjoy fast cars and racing. “ Pam and I are both a couple of motor heads, and are proud to be able to be involved with the Bullet Team, and Scott Baker,” replied Mike when asked about their support of the team.
The team will continue to pursue other primary and associate sponsorships through the winter. Bullet Racing has developed a complete marketing package to offer potential sponsors, with the ability to tailor each package depending on the promotional needs and budget of the sponsor. From driver and car appearances to assistance with integrating motorsports into their other promotional campaigns, the Bullet Marketing Team has the diversity to make it happen.
“ We are all very excited about our entry into the Hooter’s Cup program, and I, personally, am looking forward to competing with some of the best short track drivers in the country,” Baker continued,“ This is a higher level of competition for me, and I know a new level of challenge and experience.”