USAR: ShoTime Motorsports delays first event

ShoTime Motorsports announces delay of their entry into the 2004 USAR Hooters ProCup season Charlotte, NC, February 26, 2004: ShoTime Motorsports announced on January 26, 2004, its intentions to enter the 2004 season in the USAR Hooters ...

ShoTime Motorsports announces delay of their entry into the 2004 USAR Hooters ProCup season

Charlotte, NC, February 26, 2004: ShoTime Motorsports announced on January 26, 2004, its intentions to enter the 2004 season in the USAR Hooters ProCup Series. Due to unexpected motor problems, resulting in the need of a total rebuild of the Ford engine the Team acquired, time did not allow ShoTime Motorsports to enter the first race of the season in Lakeland, FL on February 28.

The Team wants to ensure that they are entering the races with the latest technology and the most competitive equipment at each race.

About ShoTime Motorsports
ShoTime Motorsports was established in 1981 by Michael Kurkowski with the objective of building a professional Stock Car Racing Team. The Team competed at various tracks in Ohio in the early 1980â^À^Ùs. Based on early success in Ohio, ShoTime entered into the American Speed Association (ASA) Series in 1983, and achieved its goal by winning the â^À^ÜRookie of the Yearâ^À^Ý title. Now, ShoTime is entering into the United Speed Alliance Racing (USAR) Hooters Pro Cup Series with a young and talented driver, Steve Wallace, son of NASCAR Champion Rusty Wallace, energized crew, state of the art equipment and shared technology from NASCAR connections.

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Series Stock car
Drivers Rusty Wallace , Steve Wallace