Fischer Engineering Joins Hooters Pro Cup Series for '07
Proven Winner Brings 30 Years of Experience to Pro Cup

Orlando, Fla.-The Hooters Pro Cup Series and Fischer Engineering announced today at the PRI Trade Show that the longtime engine builder would be joining the Hooters Pro Cup family of sponsors for the 2007 season.

"Fischer Engineering is very excited to be joining the USAR Hooters Pro Cup Series as a contingency sponsor for the 2007 season," said Dennis Fischer, President and Owner of Fischer Engineering. "The USAR Hooters Pro Cup Series' success in providing the perfect avenue for a vast variety of drivers and teams to showcase their talents was one of the many deciding factors in our company wishing to offer sponsorship. With Fischer Engineering's 33 years of experience, establishing itself as one of the premiere independent engine builders in the racing world, this is a partnership guaranteed to reap long-term rewards."

Fischer Engineering was started by current founder and owner, Dennis Fischer, in 1973. And over the last 30 years, its powerplants have propelled many drivers to prestigious victories.

"We're proud to add a company with the history of Fischer Engineering to our family of contingency sponsors," said Tony Cox, USAR Series Director. "We've been fortunate over the last 10 years to have a variety of quality engine builders support the series, and it's made for some great competition. Fischer Engineering will only enhance the series-and level of competition-in 2007.

To its credit, Fischer Engineering has won championships in the NASCAR Elite, Grand National and Craftsman Truck divisions, as well as picking up two Trams-Am Series titles.

Fischer Engineering currently supplies engines to competitors in the Busch Series, NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, NGND Busch East Series, NGND AutoZone West Series and ARCA-RE/MAX Series.

Fischer Engineering will be offering a limited number of Hooters Pro Cup Series teams a 10% discount on all new engine purchases and lease programs prior to January 15, 2007.

-credit: usar