F3 driver Bremer joins Brooks Racing

Formula Three Standout Ronnie Bremer Joins Brooks Associates Racing March 30, 2004 - Danish driver Ronnie Bremer has committed to Brooks Associates Racing to run the 2004 Toyota Atlantic season. "I've been talking to and watching Ronnie's...

Formula Three Standout Ronnie Bremer Joins Brooks Associates Racing

March 30, 2004 - Danish driver Ronnie Bremer has committed to Brooks Associates Racing to run the 2004 Toyota Atlantic season. "I've been talking to and watching Ronnie's career for over a year. The team is excited to have this top driver from F3 in our series and on our team. He did a great job testing during in March. I'm certain he'll be a contender in the championship from Long Beach on." said John Brooks, team owner.

"I am looking forward to the competition in the United States in the Atlantic series. I have tremendous support from my sponsors and country. I had not been to the United States until my test in March and was impressed with the competition level. I hope to show well in this new endeavor." said Ronnie Bremer.

Ronnie ran with Carlin Motorsport in British Formula 3 in 2003, finishing sixth in the Championship with two podium finishes. In 2002, he ran British Formula 3 with Manor Motorsport, finishing 5th in the Marlboro Masters and 11th in the Championship. Prior to that, Ronnie competed in British Formula Ford and International Karting, winning the Championship in Karting in 1998 and 1999.

"We're extremely pleased to welcome Ronnie Bremer to Toyota Atlantic for the 2004 season," said Toyota Atlantic Championship managing director Vicki O'Connor. "Ronnie was extremely quick a few weeks ago when we saw him during the test at Firebird, and he will certainly be a welcome addition to the series. Coming from the highly competitive British F3 series, I know that Ronnie will be able to adapt quickly to our style of racing and I'm sure he'll be battling at the front throughout the year."

Team sponsor, Port-a-Cool, confirmed its return earlier this spring and UPR.com will also continue its product support.

Supporting Ronnie's effort will be Peter Jacobs as chief engineer, Mark Murano as lead mechanic and returning team mechanic, Duarte Fidalgo.

-www.brooksassociates.com

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Series Atlantic
Drivers Ronnie Bremer
Teams Carlin